Hannon Armstrong collects certain personal information about you whenever you send an email to Hannon Armstrong or complete one of our online forms. The personal information you provide can identify you and your business and include such items as your name, your employer’s name, email and US mail addresses, and telephone and fax numbers.
Hannon Armstrong also collects or logs other information that cannot identify you personally when you visit our websites. This information includes your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address and your domain name. An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) computer through which you access the web, and a domain name is the name of the ISP computer itself through which you access the web.
Hannon Armstrong logs IP addresses and domain names and aggregates them for system administration and to monitor the use of our site. We use the aggregated information to measure the number of visits to our site, the average time spent on our site, the number of pages viewed, and to monitor various other site statistics. This monitoring helps us evaluate how our websites are used and to continuously improve the content we provide. Hannon Armstrong does not share these statistics with outside parties, except businesses that provide requested services to Hannon Armstrong, and hannonarmstrong.com does not link IP addresses or domain names with any personally identifying information, which means that a visitor’s session will be logged on our servers, but the visitor will remain anonymous.
We use the information you have provided to us in an online form to respond to your request for information about Hannon Armstrong or comments you may have about our websites or other services provided by Hannon Armstrong. If you so request, you may be added to our e-mail distribution list.
We do not provide personal information to third parties for their sale or use. We will disclose personal information to comply with valid legal processes such as a search warrant, subpoena, or court order, or to protect our rights and property or the property or personal safety of another user of the websites or any member of the public.
All information that you provide to us is collected and stored automatically at the time that you provide your information. Currently, we do not offer anyone, including you, the ability to edit your information.
While we make all reasonable efforts to prevent unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of personal information in our custody or control, we cannot guarantee that these efforts will prevent the unauthorized access, use or disclosure of your personal information. Hannonarmstrong.com may contain links to other sites. Hannon Armstrong is not responsible for the privacy practices, security or content of these other sites. Before disclosing your personal information on any other website, we advise you to examine the terms and conditions and privacy policies on those websites.
Any reference to “Hannon Armstrong”, “we”, “us”, or “our” below shall mean Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc. and its affiliates. The Site and the data, information, products, materials, services and other content available on or through this Site (collectively, the “Content”) are proprietary to Hannon Armstrong, its vendors and service providers, any persons specifically authorized by these parties, and other third parties; are protected by copyright, trade secret and other related proprietary rights, including U.S. copyright and trademark laws; and are confidential to the extent password-protected. You agree not to copy for non-personal use, publish, disclose or otherwise distribute to third parties any Content, without receiving prior written consent from Hannon Armstrong.
USE OF SITE
NO WARRANTY; LIMITATION ON LIABILITY
The Site and all Content are provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis. We make no, and hereby disclaim all, representations and warranties, expressed or implied, of any kind whatsoever, to the fullest extent permissible pursuant to applicable law, including the accuracy, timeliness, validity or completeness of the information available via the Site and any warranties of fitness for a particular purpose, merchantability or non-infringement. Under no circumstances shall Hannon Armstrong be liable for any special or consequential damages that result from the access or use of, or the inability to access or use, the materials on this Site, even if Hannon Armstrong has been advised of the possibility of such damages and regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, warranty, tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise.
Business Partner Code of Conduct
Purpose and General Responsibilities
It is the general policy of Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc. and its affiliates (the “Company”) to conduct its business activities and transactions with the highest level of integrity and ethical standards and in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. Obeying the law both in letter and in spirit is the foundation on which the Company’s ethical standards are built. The Company’s Business Partner Code of Conduct (“Code”) sets the Company’s expectations and standards for doing business and applies to agents, distributors, dealers, contractors, intermediaries, joint venture partners, suppliers, and other business partners (“Business Partners”). The following policy applies to you, our Business Partner.
The highest legal, moral, and ethical standards of honesty, integrity, and fairness are to be practiced in the conduct of the Company’s affairs. In order to meet this standard, each Business Partner is expected (i) to read and understand this Code and its application to the performance of their business responsibilities and (ii) to conduct themselves in accordance with this Code and to seek to avoid even the appearance of wrongdoing or improper behavior. Those who violate the standards in this Code will be subject to a cessation of business dealings and/or the reporting of violative conduct to appropriate regulatory and criminal authorities.
This code may be amended from time to time, and all updates are effective immediately upon posting. Business Partners are responsible for keeping up with changes in this Code. Other policies that govern the conduct of Business Partners may be established by the Company from time to time that supplement and are in addition to this Code.
- Environmental Responsibility
- Excellence in Performance
- Ethical Business Practices
Ethical Business Practices
Business Partners are expected to adhere to the following requirements:
Legal and Regulatory Compliance
Comply with the letter and spirit of all applicable national, state or regional, and local laws and regulations in the countries in which you operate.
Freedom of Association
Respect employees’ rights to join or not join any lawful organization, and shall comply with all applicable laws pertaining to freedom of association and collective bargaining.
Limitations on Gifts and Gratuities
Neither accept nor give payments or gifts to the Company’s employees, directors, officers, or third parties with an explicit or implicit suggestion of “quid pro quo”.
Antitrust and Competition Laws
Comply with all applicable antitrust and competition laws which prohibit agreements or actions that unreasonably restrain trade, are deceptive or misleading, or unreasonably reduce competition without providing beneficial effects to consumers.
Anticorruption and Bribery
Under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other applicable anti-corruption laws in the countries where we do business, must not give or offer “anything of value” to a foreign government official or employee of a state-owned enterprise, including gifts and hospitality.
“Anything of value” can include bribes, kickbacks, gifts, entertainment and even contributions to a foreign government official’s favorite charity.
No Retaliation / Reporting
Employ a no-retaliation policy that permits workers to speak with the Company’s staff without fear of retaliation by management.
Conflicts of Interest
Disclose all actual or potential conflicts of interest and make decisions impartially and based on sound business reasoning.
Work Conditions and Human Rights
Wages and Benefits
Comply with all applicable wage and hour laws and regulations and provide legally mandated benefits.
Health and Safety
Provide a safe work environment and conduct yourself in a manner consistent with all applicable safety standards, including governmental requirements, operations- and facility-specific safety requirements, and contractual requirements.
Identify and respond to any public health impacts of your operations and use of your products and services.
Must not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, and/or political beliefs.
Must not violate basic human rights of life, liberty, and security. There shall be no harsh or inhumane treatment, including any sexual harassment, sexual abuse, corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse of workers.
Maintain and adhere to internal accounting controls and record-keeping policies.
Privacy and Confidentiality
Abide by all regulations pertaining to the privacy of individuals and never disclose personal information to anyone outside the Company except as permitted by law and in the proper conduct of our business.
Protect the Company’s confidential or proprietary information from any unauthorized access or disclosure.
Comply with all applicable laws and regulations governing the protection, use, and disclose of the Company’s proprietary, confidential, and personal information.
May not buy or sell securities that may be affected by inside information*, alone or with others.
May not pass along any inside information expressly or by way of making a recommendation for the purchase or sale of such securities based upon inside information.
*”Inside information” is material, nonpublic information about the securities, activities, or financial condition of a corporation, public entity, or other issuer securities. Material nonpublic information concerning market developments may also be constructed to be inside information.
Information is “material” if it could have an impact on the market prices of securities involved or if it is likely that a reasonable investor would consider the information important in deciding whether to purchase or sell the securities. Information may be material to one issuer but not to another, or to certain securities of an issuer but not to all securities of that issuer, (e.g., to equity, but not to debt).
Information should be considered “nonpublic” unless it is clearly public. Information is deemed public once it has been publicly announced or otherwise disseminated in a manner that makes the information available to investors generally without a breach of any confidentiality or fiduciary duty.
May not use any form of social media to discuss, endorse, review, engage in, or otherwise comment on or promote the Company’s businesses, products, services, or programs without approval from the Company.
Assets of the Company
Protect the assets of the Company, as well as the assets of its customers, employees, and other Business Partners in accordance with the highest ethical standards, from theft, waste, or other types of loss.
Abide by the letter and spirit of all federal, state, and local environmental laws, as well as all applicable the Company policies and procedures.
Global Trade Compliance
Never seek to mislead or improperly or illegally avoid the payment of import duties, taxes and fees, and never engage in activities meant to evade the legal requirements of international traffic and trade.
Know with whom you are dealing and must not engage in or facilitate business with entities or any other individuals specifically prohibited by law, including without limitation the USA PATRIOT Act and all Anti-Terror Legislation. Furthermore, be aware of, and comply with, restrictions on dealing with entities and individuals located in countries that are subject to trade embargoes or economic sanctions imposed by the United States and other countries where we do business.
Commitment to Business Partners
The Company’s relationships with its Business Partners must be characterized by honesty and fairness. We are guided by the following standards of behavior:
- We will not make payments to any employees of Business Partners to attain lower prices or additional business.
- We will not reveal a Business Partner’s pricing, technology or other confidential information without prior written permission.
- We will not make false or misleading remarks to others about Business Partners or their products or services.
- We will hold our Business Partners to the same standards and expectations to which we hold our own operations and employees.
Resolving Code of Conduct or Ethics Issues
Employees of Business Partners are encouraged to work through their own company to resolve internal ethics issues. However, Business Partners should promptly report violations of this Code or any unethical behavior by an employee of the Company to Steven L. Chuslo, the Company’s General Counsel, at