We are living in a time of energy transition: the world is moving fast from a fossil fuel-based energy to a growing decarbonised energy supply. The renewables-based electrification of the leading sectors – transport, heating & cooling, and industrial processes – is due to change the world’s energy mix. Europe – the historical hub of wind energy – is exporting its wind energy know-how and technology, and emerging markets such as Africa, Asia and Latin America are setting a solid pipeline of wind energy projects in previously unexpected regions.
Yet, despite this crucial topic is faced worldwide and thousands of individuals are daily involved in wind energy production, many people basically ignore wind energy process. The Global Wind Day annually occurs on June 15th to draw the attention of policy makers to the power wind energy holds enhancing many social, economic and environmental challenges and to introduce general public to this valuable renewable source through a series of activities (i.e. wind farms visits, meeting with experts, seminars leading industry figures) highlighting how wind power (together with other renewables) may change the world.
Energy transition is crucial to decarbonise global economies. But it is also a key issue for the environment protection and the development of local communities all over the world. “Wind energy is precious either for the environment or for the economy of the countries where wind parks are based – said Giuseppe De Beni, CEO & Managing Director of Italgen”. Wind industry brings new jobs, know-how, capacity building and investments to formerly unexploited areas with a huge natural potential. The Global Wind Day is a great initiative to highlight how wind energy is providing people with a cleaner future, today.”
NOTICE RELATING TO THE PROCESSING OF USERS’ PERSONAL DATA PURSUANT EU REGULATION 2016/679 (“GDPR”)
Data Controller: Italgen S.p.A, a Company with a sole shareholder subject to the direction and coordination of “Italmobiliare S.p.A.”
Registered office: Via San Bernardino, 149/A – 24126 Bergamo, Italy
Telephone: +39 035 421 6211
Personal data collection
Italgen S.p.A. collects and processes the personal data provided by the concerned parties, such as, for instance, identification and personal details (name, surname, address, email).
Purpose of processing
Italgen S.p.A. processes data of the concerned party using electronic and/or paper-based systems to reply to the requests of information concerning Group Company or Companies, to send e-mails containing information on Company’s or Group’s activities, to announce Company’s events or manage job applications.
Italgen S.p.A. does not use any automated decision-making process.
Legal basis for processing
The consent (either optional or revocable at any time) given by the concerned party is the legal basis for personal data processing for the purposes stated above.
For any requested information about the Company or the Group, the data provided by the concerned parties will be retained by the Company for the time needed to reply to such requests.
For job applications management (CVs), personal data will be retained for 12 months.
In the cases stated above, the aforesaid data will be kept till consent is revoked by the concerned party.
Once the aforesaid terms expire, data will be destroyed or made anonymous to the extent allowed by technical procedures for deletion and back-up.
Data may be disclosed to parties operating as Data Controllers (such as, for example, Supervisory and Control Authorities and any public entity entitled to request them), or processed on behalf of the Company by designated people as Managers, to whom operating instructions are given (such as, for example, control and supervisory bodies and/or companies managing/maintaining Company's website and/or providing other I.T. services).
Transfer outside EU
Italgen S.p.A. does not transfer personal data to countries outside EU.
People entitled to process data
Personal data will be processed by employees (such as, for example, employees of company departments assigned to pursue the above purposes), specifically designated by the Owner, as Managers and People in charge of the aforesaid processing, after receiving suitable operating instructions and in compliance with the law.
Rights of the concerned party – complaint to the Supervisory Authority
Contacting the Company by email at the following address email@example.com, the concerned parties may ask Data Controller to have access to data concerning themselves, delete them, correct inaccurate data, complete incomplete data, restrict processing in cases provided for under article 18 GDPR, as well as object processing in cases of legitimate interest on the Holder’s side.
Furthermore, if data processing is based on consent or on a contract and is carried out with automated tools, the concerned parties are entitled to receive them in a structured, commonly used and automatically readable format, as well as to transmit them to another holder without hindrances, if technically feasible.
The concerned parties have the right to complain with the competent Supervisory Authority in the Member State where they are normally based or work or in the State where the alleged violation has occurred.
The concerned party has the right to disaffirm the consent given at any time for marketing purposes and to object that data are processed for the same purposes. The above is without prejudice to any concerned parties preferring to be contacted for the aforementioned purpose just by traditional methods to express their objection to receive communications by automated methods.