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29 Jun 2020

Autor*in:
Max Hall, pv magazine

Iberdrola responds to BHRRC's new Renewable Energy and Human Rights Benchmark

"Business & Human Rights Resource Centre investigates human rights issues in solar, wind", 29 June 2020

A spokesperson for Iberdrola told pv magazine: “Our human rights policy is at the core of our business. It has been designed to respect international standards with the advice of independent experts and is constantly evolving. The policy was enhanced again in April 2020. External analysis is very important to us. This is a new benchmark and we were fully engaged with the researchers, actively collaborating during the drafting period. We will now review the findings of this sector report very carefully.”

pv magazine contacted all of the companies analyzed in the report. 

For more information on BHRRC’s benchmark methodology and outreach to companies see page 19 of the report.