Who We Are
Daniel Gilbert is the brains behind solargenguide.com. He started the website to share his wealth of knowledge and past experience in off-grid solar power. His advice is highly sought after by visitors to the site, and he frequently writes great articles on a variety of topics related to solar power. When Daniel isn’t busy blogging or helping people with their solar needs, he enjoys spending time with his family and exploring new opportunities for renewable energy.
What Personal Data We Collect And Why We Collect It
We welcome all visitors to our site, but if they leave comments it is important that we know who said what. We store the data entered into any given comment form as well as IP addresses and browser user agent strings which can be used for spam identification purposes only – nothing more!
We want to make sure that your comment stays within our site. So, if you leave a message on any of the pages for this blog or others like it- we’ll save some information about yourself in a cookie! These cookies only live one year though so don’t worry too much about them lasting longer than necessary (especially since they’re temporary).
When you sign in to your account, we also set several cookies with the information that is necessary for logging in. The login cookie lasts two days and contains no personal data; however, if users choose the “Remember me” option its lifespan increases up until seven weeks where it will be stored permanently even after they’ve closed their browser or leftfunnelkinds off entirely! If someone else accesses one of these saved profiles – say because an employee at work has been using his computer without knowing about this feature- then there are chances whatsoever since all operations happen over SSL (secure socket layer) meaning nobody can made unauthorized transactions online through facebook
Embedded content from other websites
Articles on this site can include embedded content such as videos, images, and articles. Embedded content behaves just like if you were visiting another website – it gets to collect data about your visit here too! Some third parties might track what happens with the information inside these pages without permission or knowledge from us; we don’t know how they’re doing exactly but one potential way could be using cookies to keep track when someone returns back after viewing an article that tells them who has accessed those specific webpages before so far…
How long do we keep your data?
We want to provide you with the best possible experience, so we keep your comments and their metadata permanently. This is how our site can identify future posts for approval automatically instead of queuing them up in batches!
Information Provided On This Website
This website provides information about how you can safely and proficiency work with electricity. I’m not responsible for any damages or personal injuries that may occur while following these steps, always make sure to follow local codes when hiring an electrician!