Cookie policy

Ørsted Services A/S (“Ørsted’) and Eversource Energy (“Eversource”) want to offer you a user-friendly website with the content that is the most relevant to you. To allow us to do this, we use technologies that can collect, process and sort information about you and how you and other visitors use The terms “we” and “us” refer to Ørsted and Eversource.

This policy is intended to create transparency and give you a full overview of what the processing of your data involves, what you should be aware of, and what options you have to avoid the processing of your data. 


1. Processing of personal data via cookies 
Ørsted and Eversource's use of cookies can involve processing of your personal data, and we therefore recommend that you also read our privacy policy
, which describes your rights and how we process personal data. 


2. Consent
By using the Website, you accept that Ørsted and Eversource's uses cookies as described below, unless you have opted out of cookies in your browser. If you have not opted out of cookies at the time of the submission of consent, you have the right to withdraw the consent by blocking cookies in your web browser. You can find more information about how to block and delete cookies in section 4 below.


3. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that the Website can place on your computer’s hard drive, smartphone or other electronic devices. However the meaning of the word ‘cookies’ in this policy and the consent text also includes other kinds of automated data collection, e.g. via flash-cookies (Local Shared Objects), Web Storage (HTML5), Javascripts or cookies placed on your device through other kinds of software. The word ‘cookies’ also refers to information about IP- and MAC addresses and other information about your device. 

Cookies can be used both by Ørsted and Eversource and by third parties (see the cookie declaration below).

There are two basic types of cookies: temporary and permanent. Temporary cookies are linked to each specific visit you make to the Website and are automatically deleted when you close your web browser. In contrast, permanent cookies are stored on your computer or device. Permanent cookies are deleted automatically after a certain period of time, but will be renewed each time you visit the Website. 

See section 5 below for more information on what kind of cookies we are using and for what purposes.

4. How can you refuse and delete cookies?
If you do not want the Website to place or read cookies on your computer or device, you have the possibility to opting out of cookies in your web browser, where you can select which cookies that should be allow, block or delete. How to do this depends on which browser you are using. Remember that if you use different browsers, you will have to delete the cookies in all of them. As a user, please be aware that the Website may not work optimally if you delete or block cookies. 


5. Which cookies are used, and for what purposes?
Below you can see which cookies the Website uses, what the individual cookies are used for (purposes), who places the individual cookie and how long cookies are stored on your computer or device.

We use cookies on this website to:

– recognize you whenever you visit this website

– obtain information about your preferences, online movements and use of the internet;

– carry out research and statistical analysis to help improve our content and services and to help us better understand our visitor requirements and interests;

– make your online experience more efficient and enjoyable.


The information we obtain from our use of cookies will not contain your personal data. Although we may obtain information about your computer [or other electronic device] such as your IP address, geographical location, your browser and/or other internet log information, this will not identify you personally.

In certain circumstances we may collect personal information about you—but only where you voluntarily provide it (see our privacy policy).

Your consent applies to the following domains:


Cookie declaration last updated on April 1, 2020