Privacy Policy

Community Energy values the privacy and trust of our customers and anyone else who visits our site

Privacy Policy

Community Energy values the privacy and trust of our customers and anyone else who visits our site. For this reason we would never share or sell your personal information. Disclaimer: This site contains links to other sites. Please be aware that if you choose to visit those sites, Community Energy is not responsible for their content or privacy practices.


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If you move or change your email address, you can update your information by connecting to this same site.

Cookies and Web Logs

We do look at our Web logs, which tell us things like what type of computer and browser our visitors use, track how many people visit the site, see which pages of the site are visited the most and what time of day our site is most heavily trafficked. We also use cookies – a tiny piece of data that allows us to track customers that have come to the site from one of our affinity partners’ sites. Neither our cookies nor our Web logs contain any kind of personal information about you; we use this information only to decide how to make our Web site more in line with what our customers are asking for. Some of the sites we link to may also use cookies, but Community Energy has no access to or control over these cookies.


When our sign up form asks you to enter sensitive information like your credit card number, that information is encrypted and protected with the best encryption software in the industry – SSL. There are two easy ways to tell when you’re on a secure page:

The lock icon at the bottom left corner of most web browsers becomes locked (closed), as opposed to its usual unlocked (open) position when you are just “surfing.”

The URL of a secure page automatically changes from the usual “http://” to “https://” – the “s” signifies “secure.”

When performing credit checks for potential customers, Community Energy ensures the security of sensitive customer information. Credit checks are performed using Experian credit services and can often be completed using name, address, and date of birth. Social security number is not usually required. Personal customer information is stored on a secure network with access limited to a few employees and any information obtained in writing is promptly destroyed.

Notification of Changes

If Community Energy decides to change this privacy policy, we will alert you of any changes on this page. If our policy toward personally identifiable information changes, we will notify you by e-mail so you have the opportunity to opt-out if you prefer.