To build an energy landscape that is less expensive, more reliable, and increasingly sustainable—one that benefits our employees, customers, communities, and planet
We know that the work to achieve a more equitable society requires an ongoing and unending commitment to improvement.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Although the STEM fields and energy sector are widely regarded to be among the least diverse, we are committed to fostering a work environment where diversity, equity, and inclusion are valued and progressed.
We are dedicated to operating with the highest standard of ethics, which extends to our team, vendors, communities, and investors.
We are committed to ensuring the safety of our systems and the well-being of our customers, community partners, employees, and vendors.
We continually strive to reduce waste and the emission of pollutants, recycle, and conserve natural resources.
The Clean Energy Transition
Climate change poses the greatest threat of our time and we are working to mitigate the catastrophic impact of a warming planet on current and future generations.
Convergent’s Annual Sustainability and Impact Report
In our first annual Sustainability and Impact Report, we share how we integrate Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance into our overall success metrics.
As we like to say, “energy storage is the linchpin of the clean energy transition,” and we could not be more excited or motivated to be part of the solution to the greatest global challenge of our time: climate change.
Our Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) Performance
Being a good corporate citizen is core to Convergent. We were one of the first privately-held companies to engage the ESG rating agency Sustainalytics, a Morningstar company, to benchmark our performance against robust ESG standards, establish data-driven goals, and receive an annual third-party audit of our progress.
We are proud to report that both within and outside of our industry, Convergent is considered a “low risk” company with strong management of potential ESG issues. In fact, for 2021 we were rated 9th out of 676 assessed utility-industry companies! Read Convergent’s full ESG Risk Rating Summary below.
We founded an energy storage company because we saw the opportunity to build a profitable business while also having a positive impact on the future of energy and our planet. But we also know it is not enough to just be a clean energy leader; there is always room for improvement!