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Single-rate or dual-rate meter: which is best for you?Invoice 4 August 2020

In Belgium, every home connected to the electricity network has a meter. There are several types: single, dual, night-only, etc. But which should you choose? Based on what criteria? Follow the guide to find out! Summary What is a meter and what is it used for? 1.1. The meter reading 1.2.The meter number 1.3.The EAN […]
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5 things to do to save energy before you go on holidayHandy guides 4 August 2020

Turn off the heating, disconnect your electric appliances, empty your fridge and turn it off… find out our 5 tips for saving energy while you’re away! Are you going on holiday soon? Don’t waste energy while you’re away! Whether you’re going for just a few days or for several weeks, make sure your home is […]
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Billing: what are instalments for?Invoice 6 July 2020

Have you just signed a new energy contract? The next step will probably be to pay your first instalment for your future consumption. But what is an instalment, exactly? How is it calculated? Is it too high? The Comparateur-Energie.be team will answer all your questions. Follow the guide! What is an instalment bill? When you […]
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Who are my contacts in the energy market?Evolution of market 6 July 2020

Since the liberalisation of the Walloon energy market in 2007, consumers, who previously only had dealings with a single point of contact, their intermunicipal body, and a single producer, ENGIE (previously Electrabel), now have to deal with a range of new actors. The energy market is not always easy to comprehend. From distribution network operators […]
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Fixed or variable prices? Which should you choose for your energy contract?Handy guides 11 June 2020

Spring 2020. The papers are full of it: energy prices are in free fall due to the lockdown and the favourable weather conditions. For thousands of households, it’s the ideal time to change their gas and/or electricity contract and save up to 374 euro (source: CREG). But when you’re comparing your options, you have a […]
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