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3 Aug 2021

Renewable energy (in)justice in Latin America; includes company responses

In August 2021, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre analysed allegations of human rights abuse linked to renewable energy projects in Latin America from 2010-2020. We asked multiple companies mentioned in the report to respond to our findings; their responses and non-responses can be found below.

Renewable energy (in)justice in Latin America

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Company Responses

Siemens Gamesa View Response
Engie (formerly GDF Suez) View Response
EDF

No Response

Scatec Solar View Response
Iberdrola

No Response

Isagen (part of Brookfield)

No Response

Mitsubishi Group

No Response

Desarrollos Energéticos (DESA)

No Response

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