Australians are adopting renewables quickly, at around a celebrated ten times faster than the global average. Explanations point to rising domestic electricity costs, the benefits of lots of sunshine and high homeownership, lack of red tape and falling cost of PV technology. In this first of two papers, FairSupply discusses this research into the presence of forced labour in the global solar supply chain and the implications for Australian businesses. In the second, FairSupply will examine typically unaccounted for GHG emissions in the solar supply chain.

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