Ballard Issues Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report 2020

By April 24, 2021 2   min read  (373 words)

April 24, 2021 |

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Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP) (TSX: BLDP) announced the publication of its second annual ESG report, “Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report 2020”, highlighting the Company’s 2020 performance in a number of key areas relevant to the long-term sustainability of its business, and demonstrating an ongoing commitment to transparency and environmental leadership in the fuel cell industry.

In 2020, Ballard continued its important work toward the Company’s “Mission Carbon Zero 2030” initiative with a goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.

Randy MacEwen, Ballard President and CEO.

At Ballard, we recognize the growing investor and stakeholder interest in companies squarely addressing issues tied to creating enduring, sustainable value – issues like purpose, long-term strategy and climate change.

“As a purpose-driven company with a vision to deliver fuel cell power for a sustainable planet, we are making clear progress on our own ESG journey at Ballard. We were intentional in our ESG work in 2020, resulting in reduced emissions, increased investment in our People, strengthened governance, and increased scope and level of transparency in our 2020 ESG Report.”

“Beyond the progress we made in reducing our own operational carbon footprint, we completed ‘cradle-to-gate’ GHG assessments of our key fuel cell products. And, in a challenging 2020 marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, we strengthened our employee value proposition, with a continued prioritization on the safety and wellness of our People.”

“We continue to strive to be ‘a great place to work’, with challenging and rewarding careers, and a culture and climate that foster innovation, collaboration, psychological safety, diversity and inclusion.”

To view Ballard’s ESG Report 2020, and for more information regarding the Company’s sustainability commitments, please visit

The combination of Ballard’s zero-emission fuel cell products, sustainability-based business model, strong governance practices, and committed workforce enables the Company to create long-term value for shareholders while contributing to decarbonization of the global economy.

Ballard is well-positioned to help achieve increasingly aggressive global GHG reduction targets.

Ballard is committed to informing customers, investors and other stakeholders of the results of its Mission Carbon Zero 2030 work, including strategies to further reduce and offset emissions and continue progressing toward a carbon neutral position.

Source: Ballard Power

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