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The Colruyt group is now offering green electricity and natural gas to Walloon and Flemish citizens. This new service is handled by its subsidiary Dats 24. Already a fuel specialist, Dats 24 is determined to establish its place among energy suppliers.SEE THE POST
CWaPE, CREG, Brugel, who are the energy market regulators?
Since the liberalisation of the energy market in 2007, the number of players needed for its proper functioning has increased in Belgium. Regulators are included in this number. But who are they, how are they spread across our territory and above all, what is their role?SEE THE POST
Four good reasons to use a price comparison tool for your energy bills
When it comes to your monthly expenses, every cent counts! Using a price comparison tool such as Energyprice.be significantly helps to reduce your energy bills. Top of the list? It is a collaborative tool with personalised services , substantial reductions and simplified administrative procedures. But the list doesn’t end there. Here are four good reasons to take the plunge and compare your energy prices!SEE THE POST
The acquisition of Essent by Luminus: what will change for customers
It's official! From the second quarter of 2021, supplier Essent will belong to energy giant Luminus. It will therefore no longer supply energy on Belgian territory. So what will become of Essent customers and how will the transaction play out? Let's look at this transfer in more details.SEE THE POST
Analysis: soaring energy bills for nearly 100,000 Belgian households
From May 2021, many Belgians may get a bad surprise when they open their gas and/or electricity bills. Which households are affected and what is driving this sharp rise in energy prices?SEE THE POST
Energy prices in Belgium: towards another increase?
By 2020, gas and electricity prices for kWh had not resisted the health crisis and had collapsed. But at the beginning of 2021, things take a different turn, and this could severely impact your wallet… Energy Comparator. he takes stock of the last 6 months.SEE THE POST
Moving into a new house: what to do with your ENGIE, Luminus, TotalEnergies or other contract?
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 […]SEE THE POST
Budget meter: how do you deactivate it or have it removed with ORES, RESA and Fluvius?
What do you have to do to remove or deactivate a budget meter? Whether it's for your gas or electricity, here is the formal process.SEE THE POST
Half of all Belgian consumers have one of the 10 most expensive energy contracts (CREG study)
How much do you pay annually for your electricity or gas? Do you think you could get a better price? If the answer is no, there’s a 50% chance that, like a majority of Belgian consumers, you have taken out one of the 10 most expensive energy contracts on the market. Summary: Five suppliers hold […]SEE THE POST
5 tips for detecting a loss of electricity
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.SEE THE POST
Five questions to understand the relationship between watt and kilowatt-hour
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.SEE THE POST
Energy mix in Belgium: where does our electricity come from?
We all consume electricity, but do we always know how it is produced? In Belgium, what does the energy mix consist of? And what is it, exactly? Can a change in the mix influence your electricity consumption? We’ll dive right into the topic to clarify it for you. Summary: Energy mix in Belgium for 2020: […]SEE THE POST
4 easy steps to have an electrical connection in your house
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 electrical connection.SEE THE POST
You end up paying more when your energy contract renews? This is why!
What is an automatic contract renewal? It may be the reason your bill goes up! Find out how to avoid it.SEE THE POST
4 steps to successfully connect your home to the gas network
Connecting your home to the natural gas network is possible as long as the gas pipes pass along your road. However, you will still need to meet certain requirements and follow the correct procedure. Why is that? To guarantee your installation is functional as well as to ensure your safety. Summary What is a gas […]SEE THE POST