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Bloomberg employees make a real impact — on Earth Day and every day

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At Bloomberg, sustainability considerations are integrated into everything we do – from the way we operate our business and develop our products to giving back to our communities.

In fact, many of our sustainable projects begin with an employee’s idea. No idea is too small or too big to rally for support. Whether it’s drinking from a re-usable water bottle or installing solar panels, our company is a place where smart sustainable ideas can be put into action.

Bloomberg Is on Target to Reach 35% Renewable Energy Use in 2020, Continuing on Its Path of 100% Renewable Energy by 2025

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Bloomberg began investigating renewable energy projects in 2008; our first project, a 1.8 megawatt (MW) solar installation in New Jersey, began providing us with energy in 2012. In 2018, we obtained energy from six on- and off-site solar and wind sites. Our newest installation, a 20MW wind farm in Arkwright, New York, started providing us with energy in October 2018. 

Bloomberg 35: Restoring and Preserving Our Environment for Future Generations

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Originally posted on Bloomberg.com

Our founder and CEO Mike Bloomberg has long been committed to protecting the environment as an investment in our communities, our children’s future and our business. That ethos is embodied by the thousands of Bloomberg employees who devote their time to causes that create a cleaner and healthier planet.

VIDEO: With SunPower Every Day is Earth Day

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Our company exists to help change the way our world is powered and leave the planet better off for future generations. That’s our purpose. It’s why we’re here. 

Higher Profits from Lower Emissions

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UPS has released the newest in their line of fuel efficient and carbon emission decreasing delivery trucks named the CV-23. A spitting image of its predecessor, the new model boasts a lightweight ABS plastic frame which, along with LED lights and a modified engine, leads to an incredible 40% decrease in fuel consumption.

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UPS has released the newest in their line of fuel efficient and carbon emission decreasing delivery trucks named the CV-23. A spitting image of its predecessor, the new model boasts a lightweight ABS plastic frame which, along with LED lights and a modified engine, leads to an incredible 40% decrease in fuel consumption.

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