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Company Response

22 Jul 2021

Engie responds

Engie is extremely committed to ensuring that all its third parties respect human rights and the rights of local communities. This is one of the Group's core ethical values, as is probity. To this end, we have a robust and comprehensive supplier evaluation program and if a supplier or prospective supplier does not meet our criteria we may terminate or refuse to do business with them. These actions are also part of our vigilance commitments. Since the beginning of 2021 Engie has not signed any new contracts with Jinko Solar, either before the [report] you mention.