Updated 15 september, 2023
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JDA Renewables processes personal data in accordance with EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
JDA Renewables are responsible for handling your personal data provided when visiting jdarenewables.com
JDA Renewables AB
org. Nr. 559384-7758
c/o Unites Spaces Solna Strand
SE-171 54 Solna
Personal data is data that can be linked to a natural person. For example, name or social security number. Even an email address is personal data. When you make contact, for example via the website’s contact form, personal data is collected.
How we collect personal data
Personal data is collected with the purpose of being able to contact you, as well as improve your experience of the website via cookies, where information is saved about how you used the website. You can read more about cookies further up this page.
Which personal data is handled?
The following personal data is handled:
- Contact details, name, and email address.
- Data you generate through your use of the website, for example, device you visit the website on, time of visit and the place you are located.
- Other information you provide when contacting, for example company details.
If you become a customer personal data will be stored and used in other systems, for example for email or in the accounting program VISMA, in order to manage the business relationship, fulfil legal obligations or other purposes that requires that customer personal data is stored. Personal data is not shared outside these necessary systems. Personal data will never be sold on to third parties.
Your contact details provided via the contact form will not be used for marketing purposes.
Exceptions when personal data can be passed on are to fulfill legal requirements, legal process or at the request of authorities.
On what basis is the personal data stored?
For you as a customer of PDT Renewable Energy, information is saved to be able to fulfill the agreement entered into and to live up to legal obligations according to the Accounting Act and other legislation.
Information and statistics about your visit to the website are saved with the legal basis balance of interests to improve interaction on the website as well as improve its content over time.
How we protect your personal data
PDT Renewable Energy always does its best to protect your personal data by handling it in proven systems that are password protected. However, no place is 100 percent secure from intrusion, but we do what we can to minimize risks, as well as the number of opportunities for risk.
You can at any time by contacting PDT Renewable Energy request what personal data is stored about you as a person. You can withdraw your consent and we will thereby delete the information saved about you, if it is not required to be saved and stored by law.
PDT Renewable Energy is also obliged to correct information that is incorrect, incomplete, or misleading.
If you believe that PDT Renewable Energy’s processing of your personal data is contrary to the data protection regulation, you can submit a complaint to the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY) within the EU.