Data protection declaration

This data protection declaration applies to users of the Inseanergy website, and for Inseanergy customers and suppliers.

Inseanergy is responsible for processing personal data acquired from this website.

Data stored by Inseanergy
Inseanergy collects data from suppliers and customers, such as:

  • company name
  • company address
  • contact person (including name, phone number and e-mail address).

The data are acquired via agreements with or e-mails from correspondents, in addition to surveys of existing customers. Providing information in these cases is voluntary, but failure to make the data available could mean that Inseanergy is unable to provide the desired access to the product or service.

Inseanergydoes not collect personal data such as national or personal identity numbers from visitors to its website.

Why data are acquired
The data obtained are acquired in order to be able to offer products, services and information, and to improve existing products and services.

How data are stored
Data are stored in Inseanergy’s customer and supplier systems.

How to request erasure of your data
Data are erased on request by contacting Inseanergy directly. Such erasure must not conflict with other Norwegian legal requirements, such as the Archives Act or the Accounting Act.

Disclosure of data to third parties
Personal data are not shared with external third parties. Inseanergy may use subcontractors to deliver computer programmes for processing acquired data. In certain circumstances, subcontractors may also process personal data on behalf of Inseanergy.

Data from web analysis and cookies
Inseanergy uses the Google Analytics tool to analyse user behaviour on this website.

Google Analytics utilises cookies (small text files stored by the website on the user’s computer), which register the user’s IP address and which provide information about the individual user’s movements on the web. This includes how many users visit the various website pages, how long the visit lasts, which websites users come from and which web browsers are used.

An IP address is defined as personal data because it can be traced back to specific hardware and thereby to an individual. Inseanergy uses the Google Analytics tracking code, which anonymises IP addresses before the information is stored and processed by Google. The stored IP address therefore cannot be used to identify the individual user.

Data acquired via social media and Facebook
It is possible to post comments on or assessments of Inseanergy on the company’s Facebook page. The name and profile of the sender will thereby become public. This information will not be stored in Inseanergy’s systems.

Your rights
As a customer or supplier, you have the right to request access to the personal data Inseanergy processes, and how these data are processed. You have the right to receive a response within one month of such a request being made. The request must be made in writing and signed. You can also request rectification or erasure of your personal data, or restrictions on its processing, pursuant to the regulations in force at any given time. If personal data are processed on the basis of consent, you can withdraw this consent at any time.

If you believe that Inseanergy has failed to respect your rights pursuant to the applicable regulations, you have the right to complain to the relevant regulator. This is done by submitting a complaint to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority. Contact information for the authority is available at