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16 Jul 2021

BayWa r.e. responds

BayWa r.e. strongly condemns the use of forced labour. We have reached out to all our key suppliers and have received statements of transparency and their commitments to ensure that no forced labour exists within their solar supply chains. We are in continuing discussions with our suppliers and are also fully supportive of leading associations, including SolarPower Europe and SEIA, and their efforts to coordinate industrywide action to ensure the current lack of transparency is replaced by confidence that forced labour does not exist anywhere in global solar supply chains.

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