Our approach to modern slavery

We release an annual Modern Slavery Statement to outline the steps Horizon Power is taking to identify and address modern slavery, across our organisation and our supply chain.

Our ambition is to deliver energy solutions for regional growth and foster vibrant communities

The purpose of our Modern Slavery Statement is to outline the steps Horizon Power has taken to address modern slavery across the organisation and our supply chain, and set out our plans for future improvement.

Our supply chain remains the area of greatest potential risk

Through continual reporting, we are able to establish and enhance ways to detect modern slavery in our supply chain.

We expect our suppliers to ensure that all their employees and contractors are legally entitled to work and that our supplies comply with the guidelines set out in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

We continue to foster this expectation with our suppliers and plan to enhance and develop our ability to detect modern slavery in our supply chain.

Education is integral to our progress

We recognise the importance of stakeholder and employee education in achieving our ambitions.

Over the past two reporting periods, we have focused on internal staff education and continue to develop and implement staff capability and infrastructure in the modern slavery space.


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Our Modern Slavery Statements are delivered in accordance with the reporting requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth).

Looking ahead...

Horizon Power will continue to improve its identification and management of modern slavery risks in its supply chain. This will include:

Our performance

Horizon Power connects over 48,000 households and businesses to 38 different networks across the largest (and most amazing) area of any Australian energy provider.

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