This is a brief excerpt in English of legal documents of this website. The full text is available only in Spanish and regulate the use of internet service of website, owned by Enertria, S.L. , address Pensamiento 27, 28020 Madrid, with CIF B86930864, email address and contact phone number +34 654 891 067.

Conditions for the use of tools

Using the tools of website are the sole responsibility of the user who assumes any consequence resulting from the use or misuse of them. In particular, Enertria not be liable in any way for any personal injury, loss of profits or consequential damages, or other consequential damages or related to the use or misuse of the online tools even though they had been informed Enertria the possibility of such damages. Enertria expressly disclaims any responsibility.


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On this website, cookies record information about your online preferences and allow us to tailor our websites to your interests. We use cookies to continuously improve the quality of our service and to better understand how people use our sites. We do this by storing user preferences in cookies and by tracking user trends and patterns of how people navigate our sites.

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Different types of cookies

Session cookie: A visitor’s session cookie (also known as an in-memory cookie or transient cookie) for a website exists in temporary memory only while the visitor is reading and navigating the website. When an expiry date or validity interval not set at cookie creation time, a session cookie is created. Web browsers normally delete session cookies when the visitor closes the browser.

Persistent cookie: A persistent cookie will outlast visitor sessions. For example, if a persistent cookie has its ‘Max age’ set to one year, then, within the year, the initial value set in that cookie would be sent back to the server every time the user visited the server. This could be used to record a how the visitor initially came to this website. For this reason, persistent cookies are also called tracking cookies.