What to do with your ENGIE, Lampiris or Luminus energy contract when you moveWhat to do with your ENGIE, Lampiris or Luminus energy contract when you move

Moving house: what should you do with your ENGIE, Luminus, Lampiris or other contract?Handy guides 2 April 2021

When you move house, you need to sort out the issue of your energy supply fairly early. What steps do you need to take with your gas or electricity supplier in Belgium? How do you contact their house-moving department? Do you need to fill in a closure form or notify them by telephone? To make […]
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5 tips for detecting a loss of electricityHandy guides 23 March 2021

Did you notice an increase in consumption on your last adjustment bill? This could be due to an electrical leakage. To take control of your consumption and your energy bill, it is important to spot electricity losses. We will explain what you need to do.
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Five questions to understand the relationship between watt and kilowatt-hourHandy guides 23 March 2021

When we talk about electricity, what unit of measurement should we use: the watt, the kilowatt or the kilowatt hour? What do they mean? Energyprice.be will help you to differentiate between them.
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4 easy steps to connect your house to the electricity gridHandy guides Uncategorized 23 March 2021

Perhaps you’re moving into a new home and you want to connect it to the electricity grid. The good news is that regardless of who your network operator is, whether it’s ORES, RESA, Sibelga or Fluvius, the process is identical. This is what you need to do for a quick, simple electricity connection. Respond!
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This is why you pay more when your energy contract renewsHandy guides 23 March 2021

What is an automatic contract renewal? It may be the reason your bill goes up! Find out how to avoid it.
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