You may be concerned that when you visit Energy Storage Report a small army of backroom agents tracks your every click, glance and fidget, then sells that coveted information off to the highest bidder. Don’t be.
We’re journalists, not techies, so we wouldn’t know what to do with your data even if we could find it. There’s a cookie consent warning on our website because we don’t want to get into trouble if one of our ads has a tracker or something in it.
That said, you have our word that we will not give your data to third parties. We’re not that kind of people.
What we know about you and how we know it
The only data we have about you (unless you get in touch and tell us your life story) is on the various industry-standard technology tools that we use to publish Energy Storage Report.
So on this WordPress website, for example, your page views and stuff like that are logged by Google Analytics and Google AdSense. If you sign up to our newsletter then your details go into MailChimp. The only other thing we use is Twitter.
How we use your data
The information that you give us when you sign up for our intelligence brief is used purely so we can send you the brief every week. Other than MailChimp, nobody else has access to that data.
Sometimes we use aggregates of the data (for example, relating to location) so our advertising partners have an idea of who reads Energy Storage Report, but we do not use personally identifiable details in these analyses.
If you want to find out more, we’ll be delighted to fill you in. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.