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Energy mix in Belgium: where does our electricity come from?Evolution of market 23 February 2021

We all consume electricity, but do we always know how it is produced? What does the energy mix consist of in Belgium? And what is it, exactly? Can a change in the mix influence your electricity consumption? We’re going to delve into the subject to clarify it for you. Summary: Energy mix in Belgium for […]
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The right time to change your energy contractsEvolution of market 1 February 2021

The experts at Energyprice.be analyze the average energy price movements for you on a daily basis. The results? Gas and electricity prices fell significantly in 2020 as a result of COVID-19! That’s one piece of good news in an unpleasant situation! We need to go back several years to find gas and electricity prices as […]
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Energy class: no more “+” symbols: the A to G label is making a comebackEvolution of market 1 February 2021

Over nearly 30 years, energy classes have undergone a number of changes in terms of presentation, classification, and variants. From the most energy-efficient to the least, this compulsory labeling system implemented by the European Union uses a color code (green to red) and a letter code (A+++ to D) to classify the energy efficiency of […]
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Inflation in 2020: energy prices still fallingÉvolution du marché Evolution of market 12 January 2021

0.74%: this was the average annual inflation rate for 2020 in Belgium, according to a statement from Statbel. This therefore means that consumer prices have increased very little this year. In comparison, this rate was 1.47% in 2019, almost twice as high as in 2020. The cause of this low inflation is, not surprisingly, linked […]
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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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