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This is the Privacy Policy of Solarfields. You can find us at Leonard Springerlaan 19, 9727 KB, in Groningen, The Netherlands. In this policy, we would like to share with you and take responsibility for how and why we collect and use information about you.

We feel very strongly about the importance of privacy in this matter and therefore, we handle the information we gather with great care. Read on if you want to know how we do this. If you have any questions, please contact us at


Information Solarfields collects and uses

We collect and process information about and for our employees, clients, business partners and interested parties. This is both for administration purposes and for informing others about our activities.

When you complete a form on our website, or when you send us an e-mail, we will process your information only for that purpose which is the goal of the form or e-mail. In other words, your information is only processed in order to build a relationship and to deliver our products and/or services and thus fulfil the agreement.

The list below provides an overview of information we may possibly collect, depending on the service or product we provide you with.

  • First name and last name
  • Address
  • Telephone number
  • Email address
  • Cadastral information
  • Proprietorship information
  • Organisation information
  • Additional information you actively provide us with, for instance through correspondence and/or via telephone


Why Solarfields gathers information

We only gather and process personal information with the goal of fulfilling and carrying out an agreement.


How long Solarfields retains information

Information you have provided us with is retained as long as it is needed to carry out our agreement or longer, if the law dictates us to do so. Do you have any questions about this or how long we retain information? Please contact us at


How information is shared with third parties

We only share your personal information with third parties if it is necessary to carry out the agreement, for instance when we have to request information at the Land Registry.

We also ask the help of third parties for the support of our organisation, such as when it comes to our website and its maintenance. We have signed processor agreements with these parties.


Cookies and comparable technologies

Our website uses cookies. These are small text files that are stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphones. These cookies make sure our website functions properly and they can analyse user data, which we can use to optimise our products, services and/or website.

During your first visit, we will inform you about these cookies and ask permission to place them. According to the law, we do not have to ask permission for the necessary cookies, because they are essential for the functions of the website itself. For the other kinds of cookies, we do need permission. You can find more information about all the cookies we use here.

It is possible to turn off the placement of cookies by all websites altogether, by checking the settings of your browser. Here, you can also delete any current cookies that are stored in your browser. If you delete and/or turn off the placement of cookies, our website may lose functionalities.

You can check, alter or revoke your permission for the placement of cookies here:


We use the following cookies:

Analytic cookies
We use analytic cookies to analyse the behaviour of our users and how they interact with our website. We use this information to optimise our website, products and/or services.

Marketing cookies
We also use cookies for promotional goals. We use these cookies to create profiles, which we in turn use to show advertisements that are adjusted to your preferences.

Marketing cookies of third parties
We allow third parties to use marketing cookies on our website to collect information about our users. This allows these parties to analyse user behaviour. They use this data to adjust their advertisements to your personal preferences.

Conversion cookies
Our conversion tracking partners place cookies in your browser when you enter our website through an advertisement. These cookies usually expire after 30 days. The information we gather with these cookies is used to create conversion statistics, which we in turn use to gain insight into the total amount of users that enter our website through advertisements.

Tracking cookies (social plugins)
Some pages on our website contain embedded plugins of social companies, such as Facebook and Twitter. They also place cookies in your browser. We do not have control over the use of personal information by these companies. For more information about this, read the paragraph titled ‘Social Plugins’ in this privacy policy.


Social Plugins

Facebook plugins
Facebook (, Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, VS and, Facebook Ireland Limited, Hanover Reach, 5-7 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland) uses several plugins, more information on which can be found here. Information about their privacy policy can be found here.

This website uses the video platform YouTube (YouTube, LLC, 901 Cherry Ave. San Bruno, CA 94066, VS). YouTube makes it possible to play audio and video files. If you click on an audio or video file in the YouTube player on our website, a connection with YouTube is made in order to actually play the file. During this process, information is gathered by YouTube, who is responsible in this case. Further information about which information is gathered, to what end it is gathered, what your rights are in this situation and options you can choose to protect your information, can be found in the privacy policy of YouTube.



Information you enter on our website is sent via a secure connection (SSL).


Links to other websites

You may find links to other websites on this website. These links/websites are carefully selected. However, we are not responsible for the possible collection and use of your information by these websites.


Accessing, rectifying or erasing information

You have the right to request access to, rectification of, or erasure of your personal information; to data portability in certain circumstances; to request restriction of processing; to object to processing; and to withdraw consent for processing.

Such a request can be made by sending an email to Please enclose in this email a copy or scan of your ID card so that we can make sure it is you. Blacken your photo, the MRZ (Machine Readable Zone), the document number and your social security number to ensure your privacy. We will respond as fast as possible and at the latest within 4 weeks.

Lastly, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the local supervisory authority.


Changes to this policy

It is possible this privacy policy will be changed or added to in the near future. We would like to advise you to check it for amendments regularly.

The last date of adjustment is: 31-05-2018

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