Welcome to the Blu.e by ENGIE Website, available at www.blu-e.fr (hereafter referred to as “the Website”). The ENGIE Group represented by its BLU.E brand (hereafter referred to as “BLU.E”) offers users access to this website (hereafter referred to as “the Website”), on the basis of the conditions below. Use of the Website implies acceptance of the terms, and users agree to comply with and adhere to them.
The Blu.e Website is published by ENGIE ENERGIE SERVICES, under its commercial name ENGIE Cofely. French “Société Anonyme” having an issued share capital of 698,555,072.00 Euros Registered as n°552 046 955 on the companies registry (RCS) of Nanterre Headquarters: ENGIE Cofely Tour T1 1 place Samuel de Champlain 92930 Paris La Défense Mail : email@example.com
The Blu.e Website is designed by Blu.e and Okédito (Inbound Marketing agency) The Website is hosted on Outscale – 1 rue Royale, 319 bureaux de la colline 92210 Saint-Cloud Photo credits: Engie photocenter, Shutterstock
The Website may contain links leading to other websites published by third parties. Blu.e cannot provide any warranty and shall not be liable for websites accessible by a link on the Website, whether involving information appearing on such websites or any content, products, or services described or proposed on such websites. The User acknowledges that by clicking on the hypertext links that he is leaving the Website and that such websites are not published or controlled by Blu.e, which does not contribute to their contents. As a result, Blu.e shall not be liable due to any harm, direct or consequential, caused by any contents, products or services available on such third-party websites. Furthermore, Blu.e shall not be liable for the hypertext links leading to one or several pages of the Website from third-party websites. Blu.e does not provide any warranty as regards such websites, whether involving information appearing on such websites or any content, products or services described or proposed on such websites.
Identity of the data controller
Personal data collected in connection with the activities of the blu.e.fr website (hereafter "the Site") are processed by: SSINERGIE - BLU.E BY ENGIE Simplified joint-stock company (SAS) with capital totalling €15,043,000 Le Corosa, 1 rue Eugène et Armand Peugeot, F-92500 Rueil-Malmaison Collecting and using personal data What are personal data? Personal data include any information relating to a natural person prone to being identified, whether directly or indirectly. Which personal data do we collect? Each form limits the collection of personal data to what is strictly necessary (minimisation), and the mandatory or voluntary nature of the data is indicated during the collection process by an asterisk. The main data we collect and process are: your name, job, e-mail address and telephone number. Some data are collected automatically by virtue of what you do on the site: connection data and navigation data. Be careful about the (confidential or personal) data you send us in free comment areas or as attachments. Blu.e cannot be reproached for holding such data that we did not expressly request from you. Why are your personal data collected? The personal data collected via the contact forms allow us to contact you in order to better meet your request. These data are only processed for administrative and commercial ends. They may be transmitted to our partners: > Webmecanik We use the Webmecanik Automation marketing platform to track visitors' navigation on the Site, collect information on their preferences and manage the forms there (name, job, e-mail address and phone number). Blu.e records information about the pages you visit, the duration of the visit, the pages you are referred from, etc. > TimeTonic We use the TimeTonic platform to manage the business activity of Blue.'s prospects and customers. > Google Analytics We use Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use the Site and to thereby gain a better understanding of their expectations. This allows us to constantly improve the site. Google Analytics records information on the pages you visit, the duration of that visit, the pages you came from, etc. We neither receive nor store any personal information, such as names or addresses: so this cookie cannot be used to identify you. We do not authorise Google to use or share the browsing data on our Site with third parties. Who has access to your personal data? The recipients of these data are identified at the time of collection, under each form. Barring special circumstances specified at the time of collection, only Blu.e can see your data. For how long are your personal data kept? For anonymous contacts the data collected on www.blu-e.fr are kept for a maximum of 12 months, after the person's last activity on the Site. By contrast, for identified contacts the data collected on www.blu-e.fr are kept for a maximum duration of 36 months. At the end of these periods, all data relating to the person are automatically deleted. Protection of personal data The data collected on www.blu-e.fr and the associated processing operations are hosted by the companies (technical service providers) Webmecanik SAS and Timetonic © O'Mailey. Only people linked to the technical, marketing and commercial departments of Blu.e and its subcontractors have access to the information collected on the Site, via a personal identifier that is unique to the Webmecanik and Timetonic platforms. Blu.e pledges to take every necessary precaution to protect the personal data processed by, and in particular to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or passed on to unauthorised third parties. Your rights regarding your personal data Under the currently applicable legislation governing the protection of personal data, you are entitled to the portability of your data and to access, rectify, limit and delete any personal data about you. You may at any time, for reasons relating to your particular situation, object to the use of your data by simply e-mailing this address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Within one month of the receipt of your message, you will receive a reply, starting from the complete application (accompanied by a copy of an identity document). If you are unhappy with that reply, you may lodge a claim with the National Data Protection Commission (CNIL).