Cookie Policy


Bryt Energy websites use cookies. In order to use any of Bryt Energy’s websites as they were intended to, you need to accept cookies in your browser via the cookie acceptance pop up when you visit the Bryt Energy website.

By visiting the Bryt Energy websites and configuring your web browser to accept cookies, you are implicitly allowing us to use cookies for the normal functioning of our websites.

What is a cookie? 

Cookies are small text files, created by the website visited which contain data. They are stored on the visitor’s computer for different aims. For example, giving the visitor access to various functions and gathering usage statistics.

There are three types of cookies:

1. Persistent cookies. This cookie type is saved on the user’s computer for a given amount of time, after which it will be erased.

2. Session cookies. A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer’s memory while the visitor is browsing the website. The session cookie is erased when the web browser is closed.

3. Third party cookies are cookies that can be persistent, or session based and are served from domains (or subdomains) that are different from the one shown in your address bar. These are used to store surfing, personalisation preferences and tracking information.

What cookies exist on Bryt Energy?

Bryt Energy uses all types of cookies and some of these cookies are necessary for the web sites to work as expected. Some are for analytical purposes to enable us to understand and improve your online experience, and others for marketing purposes so that we can create personalised and timely marketing messages related to your interests, behaviours and activities.

Cookie Name Type Purpose Longevity
Google Analytics 4 (GA4) _ga_gid Persistent We use Google Analytics 4 tools for web statistics to get a better understanding of how visitors use the web site. The purpose of this is to improve content, navigation and structure. Information stored by this cookie is non-personally identifiable  _ga lasts 33 months

_gid lasts 2 days

Consent cookieconsent_status Persistent Cookie Consent is a free JavaScript plugin for alerting users about the use of cookies on our website (e.g. the pop-up message you get). It is designed to help us comply with UK law relating to cookies.  12 months
Add This _atuvc Persistent  This cookie is for social sharing functionality on our blog pages. Created and read by the ‘AddThis’ widget. No data from this cookie is sent back to AddThis and removing it when disabling cookies may cause unexpected behaviour for users.  13 months 
Force24 Force24 beacon Persistent  This cookie monitors the browsing activities and behaviours that our potential or existing customers use including links clicked. This cookie is activated when users click any links in our email communications and/or also the contents of any forms submitted to us on our website pages.  It does not store personal information just web activity and a unique identifier (GUID) of the user.  10 years
AWS Cognito Third Party – session This cookie is to allow users to authenticate their credentials when using Bryt Energy portals. The hosted UI sets a session cookie in the browser so that it recognises a user who has already authenticated. The session cookie is valid for 1 hour and thereafter will expire. 1 hour



Cookies can be removed from your browser via the settings option, either individually or as a whole. Please be aware that by deleting cookie you may impact the behaviours of the browser and its ability to navigate our site. There are a number of sites that can be found in the public domain that offer instructions for removing cookies should you need help, the specific details will vary based on your browser provider and the version you are using.

How can I delete cookies?

Please note that the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on does not prevent information from being sent to the website itself, or in other ways to web analytics services. Learn more about the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on (


By blocking or removing cookies you may cause the Bryt Energy Website and associated portals to behave erratically.