(PRWEB) July 03, 2012
As Gary Wolff of Freedomfflow LLC points out, “Deregulation only happens once to any industry. The energy business is massive, and those of us who have the opportunity to partake in this phenomenon are extremely fortunate. We make a living out of evaluating and participating in home-based businesses, and sharing our knowledge and expertise with people. Of all the various business sectors and business models we've seen, we are more optimistic and focused on the home-based energy business opportunities than anything else."
When asked about how the home energy savings device factors into the opportunities made available through energy deregulation, Mr. Wolff explains, “Well, although mandated by congress that every state deregulate by the end of 2015, only a dozen or so states have currently complied. So people who live in a state that is not currently deregulated are discouraged from looking for a home-based business opportunity in this sector. So what a few of the companies have done is create partnerships with well-known companies that offer other essential home services that reach into all 50 states. This makes it a viable opportunity for people in all states. The newest and most exciting partnership, in my opinion, is one created recently that makes available a small unit that a consumer purchases, simply plugs into an electrical outlet, and realizes a guaranteed 8% to 20% savings off their home electricity costs."
Working from home in the energy sector has been a salvation to thousands who have joined a handful of select companies -- companies that allow people to profit by showing others they have a choice of energy providers in their state. Such a home-based business is superior to most for several reasons. First, the energy sector is ubiquitous. The market size is in the hundreds of billions and virtually everyone is a potential customer. Second, deregulation only happens to an industry once, and in the case of energy, given the massive consumer participation, the result will likely be the greatest wealth transfer in American history. Third, in deregulated states, the goal is to encourage others to switch energy providers to the company the business owner represents. So there is no selling involved as the customer already pays for energy.
These factors and others are fueling the participation in this work-from-home segment, even as the states continue to move slowly in their efforts to deregulate.
Freedomfflow LLC, home-based business experts, evaluate and participate in home-based business opportunities, and share their expertise with others.
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