Photovoltaic panels: near the end of the compensation scheme?Evolution of market 2 June 2020

A number of changes have been brought in since 1 January 2020, causing great confusion among owners of photovoltaic panels. The Brussels Region has ended the compensation scheme for the consumption/feed-in of self-produced energy. In parallel, the number of green certificates granted to prosumers is expected to fall. The same can be seen in Wallonia […]

Switch from lean gas to rich gas in Belgium – what will the impact be?Evolution of market 18 July 2018

Starting next year, some Belgian households currently supplied with lean gas (type L) will switch to rich gas (type H). The operation, named “conversion from L-gas to H-gas”, will begin in 2019 and end in 2029, affecting 1.6 million customers. What impact will it have on energy bills and gas appliances belonging to Belgian households […]
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No more nuclear by 2025: dream or reality?Evolution of market 16 May 2018

Of all the many commitments made by the Belgian energy pact in 2018, the phasing-out of nuclear power by 2025 is no doubt the measure that causes the strongest feelings. Behind the decision is the European target of obtaining all energy supplies from renewable sources by 2050. A scenario at the heart of the energy […]
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Total’s acquisition of Poweo shakes up the Belgian energy marketEvolution of market 3 May 2018

The news broke this morning: oil giant Total (which had already turned heads by buying the Liège-based 100% green energy company Lampiris) has laid claim to Poweo, the Belgian subsidiary of the French energy supplier Direct Energie. Total’s acquisition of Direct Energie: 1.4 billion euros for a 74% stake A tidy sum: Total’s acquisition of […]
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Dormant power contracts, €700 too expensive!Evolution of market 16 February 2018

€700 difference between the most expensive and the cheapest energy contracts! Broadcast in several media on Friday, 19 May, the information was a bombshell in Wallonia. Respond!