If you join an event
The Right to Energy Coalition holds a record of people who have registered for our public events in our CRM for administrative communication and where necessary, for reporting to funders. If you provide information about accessibility needs, we will only process this information in order to ensure accessibility and provide for your safety. You can update your communication preferences at any time. We may take photos or record videos at events to promote and archive our work. It is your responsibility to make it known to us if you do not wish to be in a photo or video.
If you sign a petition/take an e-action
We apply an opt-in policy to e-actions. You will only be subscribed to any mailing lists if you request it , otherwise your data will be deleted after the campaign has finished. You can unsubscribe from mailing lists at any time.
Website, cookies and browsing
Our website (righttoenergy.org) will set anonymous cookies if your browser is set to accept them, and they will be used by Google analytics – an industry-standard secure analytics tool – to track page visits which helps us monitor how our content is performing.
Retention of data
The Right to Energy Coalition only retains contacts’ personal information for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes it was collected for, including for the purposes of satisfying any legal or reporting requirements.
When determining the appropriate retention period for personal data, considers the amount, nature, and sensitivity of the personal data, the potential risk of harm from unauthorised use or disclosure of personal data, the purposes for which the personal data is processed, whether the Right to Energy Coalition can achieve those purposes through other means, and the applicable legal requirements.
After the data retention period has expired, the Right to Energy Coalition securely destroys personal information.
The Right to Energy Coalition requires third parties to respect the security of personal data and to treat it in accordance with the law. The Right to Energy Coalition may also need to share personal information when reporting to funders, when undergoing audits, with the national data regulator or to otherwise comply with the law.
Transfer of data outside the EU
The Right to Energy Coalition, like all other organisations using these services, transfers personal information to the United States for processing by Google. Transfers to these suppliers are covered by the EU-US Privacy Shield Agreement, which ensures EU standards are adhered to wherever data is processed. Should the EU-US Privacy Shield be reviewed, the Right to Energy Coalition will ensure any suppliers processing personal data will continue to adhere to EU standards.
Data subject rights
Under certain circumstances, data subjects have the right to:
- Request access to personal information (commonly known as a “data subject access request”).
- Request erasure of personal information.
- Object to processing of personal information where the Right to Energy Coalition is relying on a legitimate interest (or those of a third party) to lawfully process it.
- Request the restriction of processing of personal information.
- Request the transfer of personal information to another party.
If a person wishes to make a request on any of the above grounds, they should get in touch using the contact form.
Data security breaches
The Right to Energy Coalition has put in place procedures to deal with any data security breach and will notify members and contacts and any applicable regulator of a suspected breach where legally required to do so.
Privacy by design
The Right to Energy Coalition will adhere to the principles of this policy and relevant legislation when designing or implementing new systems or processes (known as “privacy by design”).
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, your personal information, or the practices of this Site, you can contact us.