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i) Data Protection

Enerjisa Enerji A.Ş. (“Company”) attaches utmost importance on protecting personal data and informing all related parties (employees, contractors, all goods and services suppliers and natural persons associated with our Company) on these issues; and takes related security measures at the maximum level. The purpose of the disclosure herein is to inform about the purposes of storing, processing the personal data and sharing them with third parties and the legal grounds, persons and institutions that the data can be transferred nationwide and abroad, methods of personal data collection as well as the rights and power our Company, as the data controller, is entitled as part of Personal Data Protection Law numbered 6698 (“PDPL”).

1. What is Personal Data?
As per PDPL, personal data refers to any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. This means your name, surname, e-mail address and phone number are considered to be personal data.

What is the Method and Legal Ground of Collecting Personal Data?
Your personal data is collected via manual channels that are partially or fully automatic or provided that these channels are parts of any data system including any and all kinds of verbal, written, digital communication, headquarters of our company, our website. Our Company may process the data acquired in its premises; also, may transfer the data abroad for the aforementioned purposes; and transfer and process the data in its operations, affiliated companies or partners located in other regions where different legislation prevails in terms of data protection as per the requirements and purposes defined in articles 5 and 6 of PDPL.

2. Why Do We Process Your Personal Data?
It is of great significance for our Company to collect, use and process your personal data to carry out its activities, fulfil its liabilities in line with the legislation in particular, in the best possible way. Your personal data is processed limited with the following purposes;

  • Provide legal and commercial security,
  • Manage legal processes with regulation and compliance,
  • Sustain relations with public institutions and other organisations,
  • Carry out and execute the processes related to defining human resources policies,
  • Carry out liabilities, corporate communication operations with support services,
  • Plan and carry out processes related to corporate sustainability, corporate governance, strategic planning and data security,
  • Prepare applications,
  • Follow up financial issues,
  • Proceed litigation and execution processes for debts that our Company is a party to,
  • Build, operate and back up an IT and network operation system infrastructure,
  • Ensure security and supervision at the Company premises,
  • Carry out purchasing, retailing, tender and retail procedures.

Thus, our Company processes personal data based on the legal grounds defined under article 5 of PDPL as “Requirement to process personal data of parties of a contract, provided that it is directly related to drawing up or executing the contract,” “Requirement of personal data processing for the legitimate interests of data controller, provided that it does not damage fundamental rights and liberties of the relevant person,” and “Being mandatory for the data controller to fulfil their legal obligations.” The personal data identified under article 6 of PDPL is processed in line with the conditions and purposes of processing mentioned under the same article. Your personal data is used and processed in compliance with and under the governance of PDPL with utmost confidentiality and the purpose of our Company to provide you service. Our Company follows legislation and ethics while processing your personal data and pays utmost attention to have accurate data, avoid misuse, process in compliance with the legal grounds, keep the data updated and store the data for a reasonable period required for the purpose.

3. Why and To Whom Do We Transfer Your Personal Data?
Your personal data can be shared with the aforementioned purposes, to the extent the legislation allows and is required by our work processes, with the parties that it must be shared with as well as legal authorities, companies that we have parent - affiliate relationships, our partners - subsidiaries nationwide and abroad, banks and financing agencies, organisations that we are provided service, establish partnerships and collaborations to sustain the company activities, employees working at our Company or working and acting on behalf of our Company as a matter of course of the activities we carry out as part of the practices conducted to improve the quality of the service we provide in line with the requirements and purposes of personal data processing defined under articles 8 and 9 of PDPL. Our employees use and process the data in compliance with the law and confidentiality requirements. The data is processed for a period required by our related activities in accordance with our policies and procedures defined in compliance with the By-Law on Erasure, Destruction or Anonymisation of Personal Data; and erased when your relationship with our Company ends, and no other legal requirement or compliance exists.

4. Cookies on Our Website
When you visit our Company’s website, data to be processed can be collected via cookies in line with the aforementioned purposes. The technical communication files, called cookies, are small text files sent by the websites to the browsers of the users’ computers or mobile phones.

The purpose of using cookies is to provide convenience to users who visit our website. Cookies can also be used to accelerate the experiences and activities to be carried out through our websites in the future. Cookies are used to understand for which purposes people use our websites and help us enhance the structures and contents of our websites. The information acquired does not include any data to reveal your identity.

The expiration times of cookies vary depending on the browser settings of the user. Many internet browsers are set to automatically accept cookies by default. The expiration times of these cookies vary depending on the browser settings of the user. Many internet browsers are set to automatically accept cookies by default. You can change these settings to block cookies or to be notified when your device receives cookies. Please refer to your browser's instructions or help to get further details on how to manage your browser settings.

What Are Your Rights, as Data Owner, As Per Article 11 of PDPL?
Please kindly be informed that as per Article 11 of PDPL you are entitled to;

1. Know whether or not your personal data is processed,
2. Ask further information if your personal data is processed,
3. Request information on the purpose of processing and if your data processed is misused,
4. Know the third parties nationwide and abroad to which your personal data is transferred,
5. Ask your personal data to be revised if there is any information processed is missing or incorrect,
6. Ask your personal data to be erased or destructed in the event that the grounds for the data to be processed are no longer valid, although the data was processed in compliance with the provisions of PDPL and other related legislation,
7. Ask the third parties that data is transferred about the processes carried out pursuant to the aforementioned paragraphs (e) and (f),
8. Object to have an outcome not in your favour by means of exclusive analyses through automatic systems,
9. Ask for compensation of your damages in the event of any damages due to illegal processing,

regarding your personal data.

How to Claim Your Rights Related to Your Personal Data Submitted?
As part of article 11 of PDPL, you can claim your right to apply regarding your personal data by sending the documents proving your ID and a petition consisting of the details of your request in written to our Company headquarters at Barbaros Mah. Begonya Sok. Nida Kule No: 1/1 Batı Ataşehir/Istanbul or by sending an e-mail to enerjisaenerji@hs01.kep.tr Registered Electronic Mail (“KEP”) by using your previously defined and registered e-mail address in our system with your safe electronic signature or mobile signature.

Your application shall include the following information as per article 5 paragraph 2 of Communique on the Principles and Procedures for the Request to Data Controller (“Communique”);

a) Name, surname and signature, if the request is in writing,
b) For Turkish citizens, Turkish ID number; for foreigners, nationality, passport number or ID number, if exists,
c) Residential and business address for notification,
ç) Electronic mail address, telephone, fax number for notification, if exists,
d) Subject of request. Please use Data Controller Application Form for related requests. Your application shall be accepted by our company following the identity verification and the related parties shall be informed in writing or digitally within the legal periods.

As per article 7 of the Communique, if your application is to be responded in writing, no fee will be charged up to ten pages.

Please kindly be informed that 1 Turkish Lira shall be charged per page over ten pages in compliance with the Communique.

5. Amendments
Our Company reserves the right to make any revisions in its policies and procedures to comply with the amendments made in the related legislation.

Yours faithfully,
Enerjisa Enerji A.Ş.

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