Cookie Policy

We use cookies to provide you with a better service and an enhanced browsing experience, as well as to show you advertising based on your browsing habits. We are responsible for the installation of the cookies we use and for what we do with the data we collect from them, whether they are first-party or third-party cookies.

The table below contains links to the points of this policy which may be of interest to you. However, we recommend that you read it in its entirety:

1.What are cookies and what other things are stored in the browser?

Cookies are small text files that are stored in your browser when you visit our website. These files contain information about your browsing and interaction with our website, with the purpose of making your user experience more efficient and showing you advertising based on your browsing habits. Some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our website, such as technical cookies or interface customisation cookies, and others, such as analytics cookies or behavioural advertising (or marketing) cookies, require us to inform you and ask for your consent before using them.

LocalStorage and SessionStorage are two data storage spaces located in the browser of your device and, like cookies, can be first-party (when created by our own website) or third-party (when created by our service providers or our partners). The difference between the two spaces is that LocalStorage stores the information indefinitely or until you decide to clear your browser data, while SessionStorage stores information for as long as the tab where our website is being used remains open and, once closed, the information is deleted. The difference from cookies is that these two spaces store more information than cookies without impacting the performance of our website.

You can learn more here .

2.Are they dangerous?

In general, the risk level of cookies depends on the type of cookies, and whether they are first-party or third-party cookies. Most cookies are not dangerous. Specifically:

Technical and preference cookies have more benefits than risks

The Article 29 Working Party (formerly GT29 and now the European Data Protection Board), in its Opinion 04/2012 on cookie consent exemption, considers that the following cookies do not pose a risk to you and are exempted from the requirement of informed consent:

This exemption from the obligation to base the lawfulness of their use on your consent, in order not to represent a risk for you, is also reflected in the cookie guides published by most of the Data Protection Agencies of EU countries (for example, in the case of Spain, it is included in Section 4.1 of the Guide on the Use of Cookies, July 2020).

The GT29 even defined the purposes which it explicitly considers to present more benefits than risks to you:

Purposes of cookies explicitly excluded from informed consent

With regard to their purpose, the GT29 explicitly excludes the following cookies from the obligation to obtain the visitor's informed consent:

In general, in cases where a website offers its visitors a service, it will not be necessary for the website controller to inform the visitor of the use of cookies or obtain their consent in order to use cookies exclusively for the purposes without the requirement for user consent, as listed above, whether they are first-party or third-party cookies.

Statistical cookies also pose no appreciable risk

With regard to the processing of data collected through analytics cookies, the above-mentioned opinion of the current European Data Protection Board stated that, although cookies are not exempt from the duty to obtain consent for their use, they are unlikely to represent a risk to the privacy of users provided that (i) they are first-party cookies; (ii) they process aggregated data for a strictly statistical purpose; (iii) information about their uses is provided; and (iv) they include the possibility of users expressing their refusal to use them.

First-party cookies do not usually pose an appreciable risk to you

First-party cookies are generated by our website, while third-party cookies are generated by services or providers independent of us. These independent providers define the purposes and means of the processing they conduct.

Our sole responsibility with respect to third-party cookies is the required collaboration of our website in installing these cookies on your computer, which will normally be required from us to use the services provided by said third parties (for example, to verify that you are not a robot, and thereby to prevent requests or comments that could be sent to us through forms on our website from jeopardising the attention of real ones).

3.We do not use technical cookies

Technical cookies allow the user to browse a website, platform or app and use the different options or services that exist in it, including managing and operating the website and enabling its functions and services (for example, identifying a session, accessing parts of the website that have restricted access, remembering the items in your order, carrying out the purchase process of your order, managing your payment, etc.). The website or app cannot function properly without these cookies, as they are considered necessary.

In our specific case, we do not use these types of cookies.

4.We also do not use preference cookies

Preference or personalisation cookies allow our website to remember information that changes the way our pages behave or the way they look in order to differentiate your experience from that of other users. For example, the language in which you want to view our website is usually remembered. If you voluntarily choose these features, for example, by marking the flag or letters that identify the language, it is considered a service explicitly requested by you as long as the cookies are exclusively for the purpose of customisation, so in this case we would not be required to ask you for explicit authorisation.

Our website does not use preference cookies.

5.Which cookies and statistics do we use and what for?

Statistical cookies, or analytics cookies, allow us to understand how visitors interact with the pages of our website and thereby perform a statistical analysis of the services we provide. The information collected is used to measure activity on our website in order to make improvements to the products and services we offer you.

We will use analytics cookies only if you authorise us to do so by clicking on the corresponding button in the cookie banner or through the settings menu.

Specifically, our website uses the following analytics cookies:







To record a unique identity for the visitor.

2 years



To uniquely identify the visitor

1 minute



To distinguish visitors

3 days

6.Which marketing cookies do we use and what for?

Marketing or behavioural advertising cookies store information about users' behaviour obtained by continuously observing their browsing habits, which develops a specific profile to show ads that are relevant and attractive to the individual user, and therefore more valuable to third-party advertisers.

We will use marketing cookies only if you authorise us to do so by clicking on the corresponding button in the cookie banner or through the settings menu.

Specifically, our website uses the cookies indicated in the table below:





IDE ( Google )

Used by DoubleClick (a Google company) to record and report on user actions on the website after viewing videos of electric vehicle loading pages for the purpose of measuring the effectiveness of an ad and presenting specific ads to that visitor.

1 year



To enable Facebook to identify that you have accessed our website and use this information in its advertising services

90 days

7.What other items are stored in the browser and what for?

This website creates storage space in the user's device browser by using the SessionStorage object that uses our own domain to load pages on the website faster.

This space is deemed necessary for the proper functioning of the website and is deleted as soon as you leave our website.


8.How do I manage or disable cookies?

Whenever you wish, you can manage and disable the cookies used by our website from your browser, for example, to withdraw your consent, following the instructions provided by the manufacturer of your browser:

If you disable the installation of cookies in your browser, you may still use it to access our website, but your browsing may not be optimal and some of the services offered may not work properly.

9.Amendments to this Cookie Policy

We will update this Cookie Policy whenever necessary to reflect changes to our products and services.

If there are substantial changes to this policy, we will notify you before they take effect by posting a prominent notice in the cookie banner. In any case, we recommend that you regularly review this Cookie Policy to know which cookies we use and how we use them.

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