Starts with Us
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Our Commitment to Sustainability
We’re passionate about creating a clean, healthy, energy-abundant world.
We’ve committed to constantly innovate, build on our success, and to challenge ourselves to build our environmental, social and governance (ESG) capacity as we work to help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Dr. KR Sridhar
Founder and Chairman,
Chief Executive Officer
Message from our CEO
I am proud of our company’s performance, and the value proposition for our solutions is robust. Our customers need lower carbon and resilient power today with the flexibility to move to net-zero solutions in the future. Our projects are proceeding with a sense of urgency with added confidence coming from unprecedented domestic policy support for a transforming energy sector directly aligned with our enterprise strategy.
What Powers You?
Learn more about how our employees live their purpose as they work to build solutions to address the decarbonizations challenges of today.
Sustainability Thought Leadership
The Value of Carbon
WRI Considerations for Impact-based reporting
Delaware Economic Impact Report
Certified Gas Program
Bloom is deeply focused on the social and environmental impacts of its projects. That extends to our supply chain where we have worked to take a pioneering position in the responsibly sourced or “certified” gas market, in collaboration with standards partners MiQ and Equitable Origin and responsible producer EQT.
Until sustainable alternatives become more widely available at scale, we need to ensure that the fuel sources we rely upon, like natural gas, have minimal climate impact. Reducing methane emissions from oil and gas operations is among the most viable and significant actions we can take in the near-term to help address climate change. Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas and leakages from the oil and gas industry contribute over 84 million tons1 of methane to global emissions each year. While progress has been made over recent decades to curb methane emissions, 75 percent2 of these emissions from oil and gas production can be technically eliminated today. Achieving methane reductions stemming from the oil and gas sector is the carbon equivalent of replacing 60 percent of the world’s coal-fired power plants with zero-emission generation according to MiQ3. So, how can we reduce methane emissions? One answer is to use responsibly sourced gas.
Producers of certified gas have been evaluated across a range of social, environmental, and governance criteria (including climate, community and labor issues). Once validated, these considerations or “attributes” can flow to downstream buyers attached to the underlying fuel, or “un-bundled” and acquired to be paired with fuel purchases from conventional sources as is done in other environmental commodity markets (e.g., Renewable Energy Credits). See our Most recent sustainability report for program updates and impacts.
2 IEA.org – Methane Abandonment Options
3 MiQ data, sourced from EPA GHG calculator
ESG Policy &
The company is advancing program and policy development across a range of issues. We invite you to learn more through the library below.