Duke-American Transmission Co.

We bring together the strengths of two leading electric industry companies to build, own and operate new electric transmission facilities throughout North America.

Privacy Policy

Please check this Privacy Policy frequently, as Duke-American Transmission Co. may amend it from time to time to reflect changes in its services and policies relating to personal information. Amendments will become effective at the time they are posted on the website. DATC will not provide notice of changes in this Privacy Policy.

DATC is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of you, the visitors of this website. In light of this commitment, DATC adheres to the practices provided below. You should note that DATC may use other electronic media for communications (such as social media), which may have their own separate privacy policies that govern the privacy of information that is shared or collected through your use of them.

You should exercise discretion in what information you send to DATC by email. DATC cannot guarantee that an email sent over the internet is secure and will not be intercepted by others before it reaches DATC. DATC is not responsible for the security of information contained in emails sent over the internet. DATC does not use technology that automatically collects personally identifiable information, such as name, address, telephone number, or email address, from you through this website.

DATC does not disclose or sell any personal information about you to third parties without your prior approval, except as required by law, requested by regulatory agencies and governmental authorities, arising from the sale of all or a portion of any of its businesses or  for legitimate business purposes. Information collected on this website may be used to better inform you about DATC’s services.   

Collecting and using personal information
When you submit personal information to DATC, you are agreeing to permit DATC and its affiliates to access, store, and use the information wherever DATC and its affiliates do business. However, DATC will share your information with its affiliates only to the extent permitted by applicable law and regulation. At any time, you may opt out of providing such personal information by simply not providing it or by discontinuing your use of the DATC website. In particular, DATC may use your personal information for various business purposes, such as generating surveys, improving its services, protecting the security or integrity of its websites and its business, notifying you about services, projects, and changes that may affect you, and answering your questions, among other business purposes. DATC will retain your information for as long as needed to fulfill its business purposes and as necessary to comply with its legal obligations.

Who should use this website
DATC’s website is intended to provide general information about DATC and its business. DATC’s website is intended for adults and not children under eighteen (18) years of age. DATC does not knowingly solicit or collect data, including personal information, online from or market online to children under thirteen (13) years of age. If DATC determines that a child under thirteen (13) has provided personal information in violation of this policy, DATC will delete that information as soon as practical.  If you become aware that such information has been provided by a child under thirteen (13), please send DATC an email so that DATC can delete this information.

External Links
You should be aware that other websites that are linked from this website or from a DATC email message may contain privacy provisions that differ from the provisions of this Privacy Policy. DATC does not assume responsibility for the actions of other parties. To ensure your privacy is protected, DATC recommends that you review the privacy statements of these other linked sites, applications or other digital properties.

Information Protection
The privacy, security and integrity of your information is very important to DATC. DATC uses security best practices to protect your personal information from loss, misuse, alteration and destruction. However, no security system is fail-safe, and DATC cannot guarantee the information you provide will never be obtained by unauthorized persons.

Disclosure to government
By providing DATC with personal information, you expressly consent to DATC monitoring and disclosing any communications or personal information, whenever requested to do so by courts, government agencies or by law enforcement authorities.  DATC reserves the right to monitor and disclose as set forth in the previous sentence without any further consent from you. 

We will use reasonable efforts to address concerns you may have about your personal information. If you have any questions, you may email us at privacyinquiries@datcllc.com.

Last updated: March 18, 2016