Corruption impedes the efficient use of government revenue, discourages private investment, and negatively impacts inclusive growth and development. Globally, the social and political consequences of corruption rob nations of their potential and drive inequality and resentment.
We are firmly committed to the idea that everyone deserves full transparency in the procurement and implementation of critical basic services, including power generation, and maintain zero tolerance with respect to all aspects of bribery and corruption. We are determined to act with the highest levels of integrity and have implemented a number of policies and procedures to ensure that our employees, and those that we do business with, behave legally and ethically at all times.
Anti-Bribery & Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Policies
We have implemented an Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy which complies with the UK Bribery Act of 2010, and have developed, in compliance with international and local regulations and legislation, our own Anti-Money Laundering Policy. All staff are required to undergo regular anti-corruption and anti-money laundering training.
Fully Transparent Procurement Policy
We have developed and adopted our own procurement policy designed to address the specific challenges surrounding the markets in which we do business. This policy ensures that a formal and transparent process is carefully observed when projects are selected and implemented, and is applied to the appointment of consultants, contractors and other third parties.
Corporate Social Responsibility
We recognise the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and seek to incorporate transparency, fairness, accountability, and integrity into our business. This ensures that best practice is observed in all relevant areas, including our approach to the people we employ and the projects we develop.