Use of Data Collected under the Clean Fuel Reward Program
The California Clean Fuel Reward (CCFR) Program (the “Program”) involves multiple utilities across the state of California. Maritz LLC has been retained as the Program Implementer to implement the Program on behalf of all of the participating California utilities. Pursuant to the Program, Maritz, acting for other entities as the implementer of the Program, will be collecting certain Personal Information about individuals seeking rebate payments through the Program. Personal Information includes but is not limited to contact information and information about a vehicle purchase. The collection of Personal Information under the Program is grouped into three categories:
Public Disclosure of Information Relating to Customers of Publicly Owned Utilities. If your electric provider is a public agency, some information you disclose to obtain a Clean Fuel Reward may be subject to public disclosure pursuant to a request under the California Public Records Act. Information that may be disclosed includes, but may not be limited to: name, address, electronic mail address (email), vehicle make, model, and model year, including trim, battery capacity, Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, Vehicle Identification Number, Sales Date, Retailer purchased from, and the amount of the reward.