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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 11 January 2021

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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The price of gas in 2021: what are you really paying in Belgium?Evolution of market 2 April 2021

Taking an interest in the breakdown of your gas price is essential. Why? Because it includes the amounts that make up your bill and shows you the expensive items! The results might surprise you. Respond!
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Dormant energy contracts: up to €1,204 too expensive!Evolution of market 17 March 2021

A difference of €1,204 between the cheapest and the most expensive gas and electricity contracts! This level of potential savings particularly affects households with dormant contracts. Are you in this situation? Respond!
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Higher rates applied for the night rate only meter!Evolution of market 17 March 2021

In recent months, Energyprice.be has noticed that the price of energy for night rate only meters has risen. Find out the reasons for this increase. Respond!
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