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Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Privacy Statement


Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

We are a global company developing, constructing and operating utility-scale renewable energy projects and infrastructure. We are the parent company of RES Group (“RES”). The company is headquartered in the UK and operates in 10 countries, with each country being led by a country manager with input from RES Group senior management.

The founding principles of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “MSA”) align with our organisation’s values and our board of directors support the principles of the MSA within our business practices. RES procurement policies take account of the principles behind relevant global initiatives including the UN Global Compact and Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code. This statement will act as the baseline of our commitment to try to ensure that modern slavery does not exist in our supply chain.

RES works with a broad supply chain including specialist equipment manufacturers. We believe that our suppliers should be working to ensure modern slavery does not occur. This includes our suppliers’ subcontractors, who may use temporary and agency employees.

RES periodically reviews risks in relation to modern slavery and has focused on major suppliers with a global manufacturing footprint, such as suppliers of wind turbines and electrical equipment to our projects. We have reviewed the modern slavery issue with some of our closest partners in this sector and examples of measures taken by some of them include:

  • Membership of UN Global Compact
  • Publication of human rights policies
  • Establishment of sustainability committees, codes of conduct and communication routes for staff specifically relating to business ethics
  • Performance of social and environmental due diligence of projects
  • Implementation of a responsible supply chain management system, which includes monitoring of their suppliers, audits and follow-up.

In relation to assessing the risk in relation to modern slavery we are starting to work with suppliers of major equipment to identify any component manufacturing or sourcing from countries that could be considered higher risk (by reference to the latest edition of The Global Slavery Index). We have identified that the vast majority of RES’ project development, construction and operation activities are all taking place in countries considered relatively low-risk.

RES has published guidance to staff in relation to raising concerns regarding business ethics and whistleblowing and commits to addressing these effectively. Policies relating to sustainable procurement and modern slavery are also available to all staff on the company intranet.

This statement is approved by the board of Renewable Energy Systems Holdings Limited (on behalf of all other companies within RES). The content of this statement has also been shared with other relevant internal stakeholders.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the MSA and constitutes the RES’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31st October 2017.

This statement remains unchanged from the previous year as RES has not identified any additional measures or necessary changes in the intervening period.

Signed By:

Ivor Catto CEO

March 2018




The RES Group is committed to every individual's right to privacy and complies with the Data Protection Act 1998. This privacy statement applies to all RES Group companies, which control and make use of visitor information collected via this website.

What information do we collect?This website only collects personally identifiable information that is specifically and voluntarily provided by you. This might include contact details like your name, email address or phone number or demographic information such as your address or postcode.

Why do we collect personal information about you?The RES Group may use information submitted by you in order to consider you for a position within The RES Group, should you apply to RES in respect of a vacancy advertised on this website or to answer your queries and address your concerns, should you contact us with a question. The RES Group may also use the information that you have submitted on the website to carry out marketing and market research. If you do not wish to receive marketing and market research communications from the RES Group please let us know by contacting our Communications Team on 01923 299200 or info@res-group.com.

Will we share your personal information with other organisations, once we have received it?We will not pass on any information that you give us, to any organisations beyond RES Group Companies.

Is your information stored securely?Where you send information for a particular purpose, for instance, a CV in respect of a job application, it will be stored in accordance with our current business practices which are designed to maintain confidentiality. If you ask us to destroy this information, we will, subject to any applicable legal restriction.

How can you find out what information is stored about you?You can contact us on 01923 299200 or write to Communications Team, RES Group, Beaufort Court, Egg Farm Lane, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, WD4 8LR.

The information that you request will be provided promptly. We will use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that the information we hold is accurate and up to date and relevant and we will be happy to correct any inaccuracies.

Privacy Policy UpdatesWe will update our policies on this page with the date of the change.

External LinksFrom time to time we include hypertext links to sites which are created by individuals and companies outside of The RES Group. Whilst we believe that the content of these sites is suitable, we cannot take any responsibility for the practices of the companies or organisations who publish the sites that we link to, nor the integrity of the content contained within them.