Privacy Policy

The Lithuanian Wind Power Association (LWPA) is focused on, and protects privacy of its customers; the following privacy and cookies policy clearly and transparently reflects principles on collection and use of information applied on our website, as well as details on the regulations of the LWPA and principles pertaining to protection of personal data.

When processing personal data, we rely on the Data Protection Regulation of the European Union No. 2016/679, Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, Law on Electronic Communications of the Republic of Lithuania, other related regulations, and instructions by the regulatory authorities.

Who we are?

Mūsų tinklalapio adresas yra:

Your personal data controller is:
Lithuanian Wind Power Association (LWPA).
M.K. Čiurlionio st. 4, LT-03104 Vilnius. +370 52 42 7086
+370 52 42 7086
Registration number: 300090246
VAT identification number: not subject to VAT.


What kind of personal data are collected and the reason for that?

Forms of contact

Feel free to send us a message on our website. We process details of your application (including subject, full name, e-mail address, and message) in order to respond and act on your enquiry. The legal basis for processing such data is your consent to contact us.


For the website to function properly, we sometimes install small data files known as cookies into your device. The same is true of most websites.


A cookie is a small text file installed on your device after you visit the website. Because of this, your website may for some time “remember” your actions and options (such as your registration name, language, IP address, font size, and other display options), and you do not need to re-enter it each time you visit or browse on various pages of the website. Cookies also facilitate gathering of statistics on visits to the website.

Cookies are only installed only if you confirm your acceptance in a pop-up message of the website, except for necessary and technical cookies required to provide our services.



Necessary cookies:

Help displaying the contents of the website on your device. They ensure necessary functioning of the website. Necessary cookies are required for adequate functioning of the website. Their absence prevents full-scale use of our website.

Title Expiry date
PHPSESSID A cookie includes a random unique number or a sequence of letters / digits. A cookie expires at the end of a working session. A cookie is required to ensure functioning of the website. It establishes you are the same individual, and not a new visitor. They do not store any personal data.

If you have an account or log-in to our website, we generate:

Title Expiry date Description
wordpress_test_cookie A cookie expires at the end of a working session. It is used to verify whether a browser supports installation of cookies. A cookie does not store any personal data.
wordpress_[hash] A cookie expires at the end of a working session. A user account Secure ID cookie is used for account security. A cookie does not store any personal data.
wordpress_logged_in_[hash] Log-in cookies expire in 2 days. If you tick Remember Me option, your log-in cookie expires in 2 weeks. As soon as you log-out from your account, log-in cookies are deleted It is intended to recognise a user after log-in during session. A cookie does not store any personal data.
wp-settings-[hash],wp-settings-time-[hash] A cookie is valid for 1 year. It is used for personalisation of the website, depending on a user. Cookies do not store any personal data.


The legal basis for use of cookies is our legitimate interest to ensure functioning of the website.

Technical cookies

Technical cookies ensure that once you extend your consent, you will not be required to log-in repeatedly every time you visit our website or mobile app.

Title Expiry date Description
cookie_notice_accepted Valid for 1 year A cookie ensures that once you extend your consent, you will not be required to log-in repeatedly every time you visit our website. A cookie does not store any personal data. This cookie is not activated unless you extend your consent.

The legal basis for use of cookies is our legitimate interest to ensure technical functioning of the website.

Content uploaded from other websites – cookiesi

The website can contain content uploaded from other websites (e.g. video, images, text, etc.). Viewing of such uploaded content, and operations involving such content on the website is equivalent to browsing such websites used as source for uploading content.


These websites can gather your personal data, use cookies, third party tracking services, and monitor your operations with an uploaded content, including instances when you hold an account and have logged-in to the websites above (including YouTube, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.)



We insert videos from our official YouTube channel, using YouTube enhanced privacy mode. This mode allows installing cookies on your computer once you press YouTube video recorder; however, in case of an advanced privacy option is used to view the videos uploaded, YouTube will not store information allowing user identification.

The cookies expire in 10 years.

Example of cookies: Visitor_info1_Live, Use_Hitbox, SID, LOGIN_INFO, use_hotbox, PREF, SSID, HSID, watched_video_id_list, __utma, __utmz, demographics, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

For YouTube privacy policy, see here



Cookies pertaining to Google maps are used to display a user-friendly map and specified locations.

The cookies expire in 10 years.


For Google privacy policy, see here



We use cookies to personalise our interaction with Facebook social network.

The cookies expire in 5 years.

Example of cookies: act, locale, lu, datr, csm

For Facebook privacy policy, see here



For Pinterest privacy policy, see here

How can you control settings of cookies?

You can control cookies through the browser settings that you use, choosing which cookies you want to accept and delete. You can refuse cookies at any time by deleting cookies from your browser in which they are installed. The location of the cookie management depends on the browser you are using. To learn more about how to manage or remove cookies installed in your browser, visit the website of your browser or look through the brief guide for the most popular browsers here: Chrome; Mozilla, Edge; Safari; Opera.

How do we share your personal data?

We always keep your data secure and require all our partners and service providers with access to your data to do the same.

Your data can be accessed by:

– website content hosting providers

– marketing service providers

– project development team


To order and distribute newsletters, we rely on Mailchimp newsletter platform.

For details, see Mailchimp privacy policy.


How long do we store your data?

Processing of any data requiring your consent / when refusal is an option shall be suspended for these purposes upon withdrawal of your consent (refusal).

Information gathered using statistical tools of Google Analytics and other cookies is usually used for a period of up to 3 years.

If you send an enquiry using contact forms, data shall be transmitted to to be stored until reviewed and answered by the administrator.


Your rights

If you hold an account on this website, you may request data export file, including full personal data, available to us, including those you have provided to us. You can also require deletion of full personal data available to us. You can contact the controller of personal data. Neither of the requirements above apply to data we are required to store for administrative, legal, or security purposes (e.g. invoices, contracts, etc.).

How can you delete your data?

If you inform us by e-mail, your data will be deleted in 30 business days.

How can you correct your data?

If you inform us by e-mail, your data will be corrected in 30 business days.

How can you file a complaint?

If you inform us by e-mail, we shall respond to your complaint in 30 business days.

How can I know the kind of personal data you store?

If you inform us by e-mail, we shall respond in 30 business days.

What data security procedures are in use?

We ensure a responsible and secure processing of your personal data. We do this by setting out personal data processing measures, and in course of data processing, by implementing adequate technical and organisational measures of data protection provided by law, designed to protect your personal data from any accidental or unauthorised destruction, compromise, alteration, loss, disclosure, and from any other unauthorised processing.

Employees of the LWPA are obligated in writing not to disclose or disseminate information received at the workplace concerning customers of the company, including information on visitors of the website, to the third parties.

Personal data security measures depend on the risks associated with processing of personal data.


What website security procedures are in use?

Password security manual

It encourages everyone with an access to personal account using solid passwords only. We further seek to comply with OWASP 10 security standard.

Information on regulated activities

If you have a reason to believe your privacy has been compromised, feel free to contact the State Data Protection Inspectorate, A. Juozapavičiaus st. 6, 09310 Vilnius, phone (+370 5) 271 2804, 279 1445, fax (+370 5) 261 9494, (+370 5) 279 1445, e-mail

How will I be informed of any changes to the above policy?

Any material changes to the privacy and cookies policy of the LWPA shall be published on the website of

Updated on 30/10/2018