Our mission as a company is to power energy independence, and we achieve this mission when we conduct ourselves ethically and transparently. To that end, we condemn all human rights abuses and the use of forced labor in the Xinjiang region and anywhere else in the world, and we stand committed to ensuring that all our vendors engage in ethical sourcing. We require transparency in our supply chain, and we work closely with our vendors to ensure they satisfy our vendor code of conduct." - John Berger, CEO of Sunnova

As a matter of ethical business practices and sourcing, Sunnova requires each company on its Approved Vendor List (“AVL”) to:

  • certify that they (and their suppliers) practice ethical sourcing;
  • certify that they do not engage in human rights abuses in the sourcing and manufacture of the products they sell to Sunnova; and
  • certify that they do not use labor or goods from Xinjiang in their supply chain.

Sunnova will also continue to engage its vendors in discussions and to review available data regarding forced labor in the Xinjiang region to ensure that its supply chain is free from human rights abuses.


Sustainability is a key component of our business. Be sure to read our forthcoming 2023 annual sustainability report, which comprehensively details our commitment to transparency and accountability for the environmental, social and governance aspects of our business.
Our sustainability strategy is two-fold. First, we seek to scale energy services to help our customers power their independence in ways that are environmentally responsible, socially equitable, economically affordable, and resilient. Simultaneously, we embed responsible business practices and risk mitigation into our operations to ensure the long-term sustainability of our business. This includes sustainability risk management overseen by our senior leadership and board of directors, and monitored and enhanced by our Sustainability Steering Committee.

View our 2022 Report

View our 2021 Report

View our 2020 Report