Name: CIGRE- INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON LARGE ELECTRIC SYSTEMS
Address: Head Office: 21 RUE D’ARTOIS – 75008 PARIS – France
Status: French Association governed by law of 1901, nonprofit making, not subject to commercial taxes, not subject to VAT
- VAT: N° FR2078433020100038
- CODE APE: 7219Z
- SIRET: 78433020100038
As an Association,
- Our STATUTES are available and can be downloaded from our website, address: https://www.cigre.org/GB/about/official-documents.
(We are not recorded under the Trade Register and we do not have a French KBIS number).
As an editor:
- Technical Brochures : ISBN N° 978-2-85873-292-0
- ELECTRA Journal: ISSN N° 1286-1146
- CIGRE Science & Engineering : ISSN N° 1286-1146
DATA PROCESSING AND LICENCES
In accordance with law N°78-17 of January 6th, 1978 relating to data processing, to files and to licenses, the processing of personal data received agreement from the French National Commission of Data processing and licenses (CNIL):
- Membership management: RECEIPT of declaration n° 210262 issued on July 18th, 1989.
- Management of participants in CIGRE meetings: RECEIPT of declaration n° 210260 issued on July 18th, 1989
CONTENTS OF E-CIGRE SITE
The information provided on our site is given for guidance purposes. We cannot guarantee the wholeness, exactitude, completeness and topicality of the information published on the site. It does not exempt our Members and non-Members from seeking an additional and relevant analysis.
Consequently, the user agrees that use made of this information is his sole responsibility. CIGRE could not be held responsible for the direct or indirect prejudice which could result from access or use of www.e-cigre.org, including the inaccessibility, the loss of data, presence of viruses on the site, and other possible problems….
The user is required to comply with the provisions of French law relating to data processing, to files and to licenses, indicated above, infringement of which is liable to sanctions. In particular, as regards personal information which may be accessed, the user must abstain from collecting data, from any diverted use, and generally, from any act likely to be prejudicial to the privacy or reputation of individuals.
The 2 official languages of CIGRE are statutorily French and English.
CIGRE being a French Association, in case of litigation, the applicable law is FRENCH LAW, and CIGRE French official texts in French language will prevail.