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Almost the entire water consumption of SolarEdge sites is for our sites in Israel and Korea, both of which are considered high/extremely high water stressed countries. However, our activities are not water intensive. The total of ~110,000 m3 consumed by our sites in 2023 is equivalent to the estimated annual domestic consumptions of only 1,300 people[1]. We therefore do not consider water consumption a material issue in relation to our activity, for now. See section: Water Efficiency for our efforts to reduce water consumption.

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Water consumption is modest and currently does not present significant risk for SolarEdge.

SolarEdge 2023 Annual Report on Form 10-K: p. 18, 19-30

Not material for SolarEdge: only a very small portion of our global business involves the purchase and sale of solar panels. See section: Human Rights in China for more details.

Not material for SolarEdge – our Inverters and Optimizers do not generate material negative ecological impacts.

We use a small amount of antimony compounds at an estimated <0.1% of our total production.

 

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SolarEdge 2023 Annual Report on Form 10-K: p. 18, 22-23, 29-30

 

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Description of the management of environmental risks associated with the polysilicon supply chain

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Total capacity of completed solar energy systems in MW

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Description of risks and opportunities associated with energy policy and its impact on the integration of solar energy into existing energy infrastructure

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Percentage of products by revenue that contain IEC 62474 declarable substances, arsenic compounds, antimony compounds, or beryllium compounds

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