Legal notice / T&C
The website at www.engie-solutions.com ("the Site") is published by ENGIE ENERGIE SERVICES, trading under the name of ENGIE Solutions (hereinafter referred to as "the Company" or "ENGIE Solutions").
A public limited company with a capital of €698,555,072.00
RCS Nanterre 552 046 955 - intra-community VAT number: FR28 552046955
Registered office: 1, place Samuel de Champlain – Faubourg de l’Arche – 92930 Paris La Défense – Cedex
Tel.: (+33) 1 44 22 00 00
The Site publishing manager is Wilfrid Petrie.
The Site editor is Grégoire Geiger.
Contact email address: email@example.com
The service provider hosting the Site is Amazon Web Services EMEA SARL ("AWS Europe"), a company governed by foreign law with a capital of €25,000.00, filed with the Commercial and Companies Register and with registered office at 38 avenue John F. KENNEDY L 1855 99137 LUXEMBOURG.
The service provider who created the Site is Publicis.
General terms and conditions of use of the site
1. Access and use of the Site
The Site is accessible free of charge to any person with access to the Internet (the "User"). All costs related to access to the Site, including hardware, software and Internet access costs, are the exclusive responsibility of the User.
Any person accessing and using the features of the Site acknowledges having read and agrees to observe these general terms and conditions of use. The User also agrees to use the content accessible on the Site in accordance with applicable regulations.
The Company strives to keep the Site accessible at all times. However, it cannot be held responsible for any temporary unavailability of the Site, especially for reasons of maintenance, force majeure, IT difficulties or telecommunications networks. ENGIE Solutions will endeavour to inform Users in advance of maintenance interruptions affecting the Site.
The User declares he/she has the necessary skills and resources to access the Site and acknowledges that he/she has checked that the computer used does not contain viruses and is in perfect working order.
It is absolutely forbidden to obstruct or attempt to obstruct the proper operation or functionality of the Site in any way whatsoever, in particular by performing operations causing overloads not in accordance with normal use of the Site (DDoS). The unauthorized use of systems or devices to search, retrieve, copy, monitor and/or extract data available on the Site for direct or indirect commercial use, including for posting on another website, is also prohibited.
The Site provides access to other websites published by ENGIE Solutions or companies of the ENGIE Group and the said sites may have their own legal notices, which must be consulted and observed.
As User, you must refrain from all and any acts contrary to applicable regulations that may infringe the privacy, honour, sensitivity, brand image or reputation of any natural or legal person and, in particular, ENGIE Solutions by avoiding any mention, message or text that may be defamatory, provocative, malicious, denigrating or threatening on any medium whatsoever. All and any acts contrary to public order or decency are also prohibited.
ENGIE Solutions strives to provide Users with available, verified information, content and hypertext links. However, the Company declines all liability for errors, omissions, lack of availability of information and/or the presence of viruses that damage Users' digital terminals.
ENGIE Solutions also declines all liability for any direct or indirect damage resulting from or related to any third party using our Site to spread a virus that may infect your computer system when you log on to, use or browse this Site. Similarly, ENGIE Solutions declines all liability for any material or incidental damage (including, but not limited to, technical faults, disclosure of confidential documents, loss of data) or any other indirect damage whatsoever arising from or related to use of the Site.
ENGIE Solutions declines all liability for any direct or indirect damage caused by illegal interference by a third party leading to modification or loss of the information or elements available on the Site. The information published on the Site is given for information purposes only.
Each User assumes all risks related to the credit he or she gives to this information. It may contain incorrect information or omissions, especially typos and layout errors. If you notice an error, please let us know so that we can correct it.
The User browses the Site exclusively at his/her own risk. No express or implied warranty is given by the Company.
The User undertakes not to transmit to ENGIE Solutions any (confidential or personal) data in the free comment areas or any attachments ENGIE Solutions is not authorized to see. ENGIE Solutions may not be accused of holding such information if it has not been expressly requested from Users. ENGIE Solutions reserves the right to delete such data.
3. Intellectual Property
The Site as a whole, together with each individual component (including specific programs and developments, trademarks, texts, illustrations, logos, graphics, files, company names, products and photographs, etc.), is the exclusive property of the Company or the third parties who have granted the corresponding licences. The Site and these elements are protected by applicable intellectual property rights.
The Company hereby grants Users a non-exclusive and non-transferable licence only to represent and access the pages of the Site on his/her screen.
Any total or partial representation and/or reproduction of the Site or the elements thereof protected under copyright, trademark law, database law and, in general, by intellectual property law, regardless of the framework and medium used, without express, prior and written authorization from the Company in the person of the editor, is prohibited. To apply for such authorization, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The User is authorized only to reproduce the content published on the Site in the form of short quotations. When doing so, he/she must respect the integrity thereof and make clear and legible reference to the source, e.g. "Extract from the Site at www.engie-solutions.com. All rights reserved".
Third-party publishers may not set up a deep hyperlink to the Site without prior authorization in writing from the Company in the person of the editor.
Failure to comply with these prohibitions constitutes an infringement punishable by Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code. Failure to comply with the prohibition is punishable by criminal penalties and may lead to civil liability for the infringer.
ENGIE Solutions reserves the right to remove without delay and without prior notice any content (message, text, image or graphic, etc.) that contravenes applicable laws and regulations and, in particular, the regulations specified above.
4. Hypertext links
The Company may include computer applications from third parties (e.g. Facebook share button) on the Site. This type of feature lets the User share content on the Site with other people or publish the User’s query and/or opinion regarding Site content.
Pointing hypertext links for commercial or advertising purposes to all or part of the Site is strictly prohibited unless expressly authorized in advance by the Company in the person of the editor. The Company reserves the right to remove links to third-party sites from its Site.
In addition, as website contents evolve rapidly, the Company formally declines all liability for the content linked via the Site and used by the User.
The decision as to whether or not to click on the links corresponds exclusively to the User. The User is also responsible for taking the necessary precautions to avoid contaminating the Site, especially with viruses.
5. Personal data protection and cookies
When consulting the Site, the Company, acting as controller, may collect personal data from Users. The Company is committed to observing the rules on protecting the privacy of Users of its Website. It undertakes to comply with applicable regulations on personal data protection and, in particular, the General Data Protection Regulation (EU Regulation 2016/679) and the "Data Protection Act" of 6 January 1978, as amended.
For more information on the policy in place for personal data protection and the cookies used on this Site, please refer to the notices on "Protection” and “Cookies”, both of which are available on the Site. By accessing and using the Site, the User acknowledges having read the said notices.
As a user of the Site, you are required to comply with the applicable data protection regulations mentioned above, the violation of which is punishable by criminal penalties.
6. Whistle-blowing system
The whistle-blowing system email@example.com is for ENGIE Group employees and third parties to report their observations in accordance with the "Sapin II" law of 9 December 2016 on transparency, anti-corruption and economic modernization and the "Duty of Care" law of 27 March 2017 on the due diligence of parent and contractor companies.
The entity responsible for the whistle-blowing system is ENGIE SA.
Objectives pursued and areas concerned:
- financial, accounting, banking and anti-corruption
- anti-competitive practices
- anti-discrimination and anti-harassment at work
- occupational health, hygiene and safety
- environmental protection
The whistle-blowing system firstname.lastname@example.org open to all ENGIE Group stakeholders: employees, regardless of their employment status, customers and suppliers, etc. Its use is strictly voluntary and may not be made compulsory.
The recipients of the whistle-blowing reports are the specially responsible for their processing. The information collected by this system may be disclosed to another company in the Group for the report to be processed in accordance with law, in particular by taking all necessary measures to ensure the confidentiality and security of the information disclosed.
Transfers outside the EU: if necessary, such transfers are supervised by the ENGIE Group's BCRs.
The persons identified within the framework of this system may exercise their right of access and rectification by writing directly to email@example.com.
There is no risk of prosecution for bona fide users of this device. Misuse of the device may be prosecuted.
In order to keep Users informed, ENGIE Solutions takes the greatest care to ensure that all the information published on the Site, including the content of the Service, the General Terms and Conditions of Use, the data protection notice and the Cookies notice, etc. is accurate and up to date; however, the Company cannot guarantee that it is always accurate, precise, up to date or complete. Each User fully assumes the risks associated with the credit he or she gives to such information. The Company also reserves the right to correct the content of the Site at any time and at its sole discretion.
Any dated information published on the Site is valid only for the specified date.
Users should therefore refer to the latest version of the Site's general terms and conditions of use before browsing.
8. Applicable law
The Site and its contents are governed by French law excluding all others. In the event of dispute relating to the interpretation, validity and/or application of these general terms and conditions of use, and in the absence of a prior amicable solution, the French courts shall hold exclusive jurisdiction to settle such dispute.
If, for any reason whatsoever, a court holding jurisdiction finds any provision of these terms and conditions to be invalid, the invalidity of such provision shall in no way affect the validity of the other terms and conditions, which shall remain in full force and effect.
If the response you have received to your complaint is not to your complete satisfaction, you can contact ENGIE Group’s independent mediator, Jean-Pierre HERVE:
- Online, using the following link: https://www.mediateur-engie.com/, in the “New request” section;
- By post, at the following address:
COURRIER DU MEDIATEUR
59973 TOURCOING CEDEX
Your request can only be accepted by the mediator if you have already lodged a complaint with your local contacts, and are unsatisfied with the answers they have provided. The mediation process is free of charge for all parties.