Cookies policy

  • IBERDROLA FRANCE cookies notice

    This website uses own and third party cookies, and similar technologies, to enhance your visit by adapting browsing to your preferences. By continuing to browse our site, you accept our cookie policy.


    IBERDROLA FRANCE cookies policy

  • What are cookies and web beacons

    Cookies are small files and devices that are installed in the user's browser in order to upload, retrieve or update data. They allow the responsible of the website know the preferences of users when they browse by the website and personalize offered services based in those preferences.

    In www.iberdrola.fr we use own and third-party cookies that allow us analyses the use and measurement to ensure that our website works correctly and to improve our services.p>

    The third party cookies that IBERDROLA use to obtain information of the visits, measuring and analyze web browsing and personalize some services, are property of Webtrends, Google Universal Analytics, Investis, Whisbi, Inbenta and Optimizely. IBERDROLA is the only one that has access to the data that Webtrends collects, and they are not transfer to any third party. In the case of Google Universal Analytics, Investis, Whisbi, Inbenta and Optimizely, they have access to the data collected by their devices.

    Meanwhile, web beacons are similar technologies that are also installed in the user's browser for different purposes. They are small graphic images (also called "pixel tags" or "GIFs") that can be include in the web, services, applications, messages and tools sites. In www.iberdrola.fr we only use own web beacons to track traffic.

  • Types of cookies

    Depending on their purpose, cookies can be:

    1. Technical Cookies there are necessary for browse. Without them the site would not work properly (cookies of "user entrance" for online shopping, multimedia player session, etc.).

    2. Personalization or configuration Cookies they allow the site recognize the user's language, the letter size, etc.

    3. Safety Cookies they prevent attacks against the website or its users.

    4. Analytical Cookies they measure the activity of the user's and prepare statistics of the browse.

    5. Advertising Cookies they manage the frequency and content of the advertisements.

    6. Behavioral advertising cookies they upload information about users to show them personalized advertisements.

  • Control the use of cookies and web beacons

    If you want to delete the cookies and web beacons that are already installed in your computer, you can use your browser. You can do it selecting the help menu of your browser and there you can find the steps to remove them. For more information:

  • Cookies that we use

    There are different types of cookies on our website and we use them for different purposes. The different cookies that we use are the followings:

    Own cookies

    • JSESSIONID: Cookie that identify the user session. It lasts 3000 milliseconds.
    • LanguageSiteIberdrolaCookie: The objective of this cookie is to show the contents of the website with the latest changes. The possible values are ES and EN.
    • leyAnticookies: It will generate for all users who accepts IBERDROLA?s cookies policy. It lasts 1 year.
    • NSC_02sica: They help to increase server?s capacity in the web. Once logged out, the cookies expire.

    Third party cookies

    GOOGLE UNIVERSAL ANALYTICS

    • _ga: it uses an anonymous identifier to distinguish anonymous users and to analyse users interactions in the application in order to optimize the services offered. It lasts 2 years.
    • _gat: It is used to differentiate between the different tracking objects created in the session. It lasts 10 minutes.

    For more information about the cookies of Google Analytics, please review Google Analytics cookies policy

    English translation

    The information and documentation available on this web site in English is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of a discrepancy between the content of the English version and the original Spanish version the latter shall prevail.