Privacy policy

Personal data responsibility
Swedish Electromobility Centre is responsible for the processing of personal data on this website. Contact us at the e-mail address if you have questions about how we handle personal data.

Registration for events and subscriptions
Personal information (organisation, name, address, and e-mail address) provided in connection with a subscription to the Swedish Electromobility Centre newsletter or external monitoring is only stored as long as you are a subscriber. When you unsubscribe, we delete your personal information. If you, when registering for an event, fill in that you accept a subscription to our newsletter, you will receive an e-mail where you need to confirm your subscription (so-called opt-in).

Personal information (organisation, name, address, telephone number, and e-mail) provided in connection with registrations for seminars, workshops, or similar events is only stored for as long as is required for administration and accounting. If we charge for the event, the invoice documentation is saved in accordance with current accounting rules. Swedish Electromobility Centre never discloses your personal information to third parties.

Right to request information
If you want to know about how the Swedish Electromobility Centre processes personal data about you, send a signed request to us at the e-mail address You have the right to request information about personal data that is processed about you with us and to have data corrected. Please note that the Swedish Electromobility Centre only has access to personal information needed for the Swedish Electromobility Centre’s own operations, such as customer and subscriber registers, but not information that is available from other organizations and companies with which we collaborate.

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the visitor’s computer and contains information. Cookies are normally used to improve the website for the user. There are two types of cookies: One type saves a file that remains on the visitor’s computer. It is used, for example, to be able to adapt a website to the visitor’s wishes, choices, and interests. The second type is called a session cookie. While a visitor is inside a web page, it is temporarily stored in the visitor’s computer memory. Session cookies disappear when you turn off your browser program. If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can turn off cookies via your browser’s security settings. You can also set your browser to receive an alert each time the website attempts to create a cookie on your computer. More information about cookies and electronic communication is available on the Post och telestyrelsens website. The website (in Swedish) has good information on how to handle cookies in different browsers.