Celsia AS (“Celsia” or “Provider”)
Organization number: 926 626 264
The “Service” means the sustainability software service called Celsia, provided by the company Celsia. “Customer” means a Party that has purchased a License.“Company” means a Customer. “User” means a person who is using the Service“User Account”, means any individual User’s account. The “Site” means the domain and subdomains of www.celsia.io. “License” means a Company’s right to let its designated Users use the Service. “Content” means all original content of the Service, including but not limited to visual elements, charts, design features, technical features. “Data” means all files, text or other input that a User or Company uploads or stores using the service.
The scope of the Service
The service is a digital solution where a Customer can upload, structure, transform and export their sustainability data. The Service is provided to Customers for a fee, in accordance with Celsia’s Service Agreement. The Company’s Users can store their own data and invite collaborating Users and Companies to input and manage their data. The Service is controlled and operated by Celsia from its office in Oslo.
Prohibited use of the Service
The User may use the Service for lawful purposes only. The User is strictly prohibited from posting or transmitting any material that could cause Celsia harm, constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any laws or these Terms. Celsia assumes no responsibility for Users’ posting or transmitting of such material. Celsia will cooperate with authorities and comply with court orderings requesting or directing Celsia to disclose the identity of anyone posting prohibited material.
When creating a User Account a User must complete the relevant registration form by providing current, complete and accurate information. A User Account is linked to a Company and may only be used by its designated User. Each Company and its designated Users are jointly responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of each of its Users’ password and account and for the activities conducted under their User Accounts. The Company must notify Provider immediately of any unauthorized use of an account.
Through the Service, Companies and their designated Users may input and manage Data. The Company that has uploaded the data retains the ownership of the Data. A User or a Company that uploads Data warrants that it is either the owner of the Data or holds a valid permission to use and upload such Data. Celsia neither warrants nor represents its Users’ Data or the use of it, and therefore will not infringe rights of third parties.
Celsia is not responsible for the content of third party sites linked to from the Service. Users are advised to review any terms and privacy policies of such third party sites before using them.
Intellectual property rights
The Service and its Content are Celsia’s exclusive properties. The Users’ and Companies’ permitted use of the Service and its Content is limited to the rights granted under these Terms. Celsia’s intellectual property may not be used in another manner without their respective written consent. The Service may not be reproduced, duplicated, copied, sold, resold, visited or otherwise exploited for any purpose inconsistent with the rights granted under these Terms.
Limitation of liability
Celsia and/or its respective sub-suppliers make no representations about the suitability of the information contained in the documents and related graphics published as part of the services for any purpose. All such documents and related graphics are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. In no event shall Celsia and/or its respective sub-suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever arising out of the User’s use of the Service, or failure to use the Service. In no event can Celsia be liable for any loss exceeding EUR 5,000.
Breach of the Terms
If the Service is used in violation with these Terms, or if the use constitutes a risk of harming Celsia’s goodwill, trademarks or reputation in general, Celsia reserves the right to restrict, block or delete any Data related to the breach and to limit the faulting User’s and/or Company’s access to the Service. The Provider may pursue any available equitable or other remedy against the Customer as a result of a breach by the Customer of any provision of these Terms.
Changes to the Terms
Governing law and dispute resolution
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Norwegian law. Any disputes that may arise from this Agreement may be referred to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the ordinary courts of Norway, with Oslo city court as agreed venue.