What’s inside the Bloom Impact Investing Portfolio?
Investing in scientifically-proven climate solutions
Bloom strictly invests in companies providing products or services identified as scientifically proven* to decrease carbon emissions will accelerate Australia and the world’s transition to a net-0 carbon economy. It’s not green washing, it’s true, measurable climate impact.
By making impact measures and updates available directly to you, we are raising the bar for all other investment products and encouraging all companies to improve their climate reporting, ultimately leading to better environmental outcomes.
*Based on the latest science & modeling available - as of 2021:
Diversified asset classes
We invest in a diversified mix of climate impact investment, with a unique mix of green bonds, australian and international equities in a variety of sectors and locations:
Alternatives: funds and infrastructure
8 Key investment areas to accelerate the world's transition to a Net-0 carbon economy
Bloom invest in climate solutions such as e-mobility, renewable energy, carbon sequestration, circular economy, regenerative agriculture, bio-fuels, plant based food etc...Bloom offers climate friendly portfolios, with diverse levels of risks, supporting retail investors who intend to reduce GHG emissions and aid the transition to a low-carbon economy through investment activities.
A few examples of companies the Bloom Impact Investing portfolio will invest in
These are some climate impact companies on our watch list - after a thorough financial and ESG (environmental, social and governance) analysis, some of them might be selected for the final Bloom portfolio.
Canadian Solar Inc. is a publicly traded company that manufactures solar PV modules and runs large scale solar projects.
Enphase Energy is a global energy technology company and leading supplier of solar microinvesrters.
Vestas Wind Systems is a Danish manufacturer, seller, installer, and servicer of wind turbines.
NIO is a Chinese automobile manufacturer headquartered in Shanghai, specialising in designing and developing electric vehicles.
Meridian is New Zealand's largest renewable energy power company.
Mercury NZ Limited is a New Zealand renewable electricity generation and electricity retailing company.
Blueglass is an Australian clean technology company developing semiconductor technologies to optimise energy efficiency.
BINGO Industries is a waste management and recycling buisness operating in Australia.
Tesla, Inc. is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company based in Palo Alto, California.
But does Climate Impact Investing Offer Good Returns?
At Bloom, we know you don’t have to choose between doing well and doing good.
The Oil and Gas industry is slowly declining, and the renewable energy and cleantech industry is offering opportunities for growth, as governments across the globe are making strong commitments to reach a Net-O economy in the next 20 to 40 years.
Investing in companies that have their emissions under control is a great opportunity. In Australia for example, the Deloitte cleantech index (tracking cleantech stocks listed in Australia against the ASX200) has outperformed the ASX200 for 7 years in a row*!
*As of December 2020, according to Deloitte DACT Index. Please note past performance is not an indicator of future performance and this data is provided solely for educational purposes. Before making any decisions affecting your financial situation you should consult a professional advisor.
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