Case Study: Bloomberg—From RECs to RE100!
Type: Case Study
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Commercial, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 8/1/2018
Source: Edison Energy, powered by Altenex
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables
This case study, presented by Edison Energy, powered by Altenex, details the renewables efforts made by Bloomberg L.P. — from their initial procurement of RECs in 2007 to a commitment to source 100% of electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
"Sourcing renewable electricity enables us to diversify our energy supply, reduce costs, provide a hedge against rising traditional energy costs and helps contribute to cleaner, healthier communities," explained Curtis Ravenel, Bloomberg's global head of sustainable business and finance., adding that the company's 100% goal is "part of our overall business strategy — good for the business, good for the environment."
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