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The experts at Comparateur-Energie.be analyze the evolution in average energy prices for you on a daily basis. The results of their findings? That gas and electricity prices have increased significantly since the beginning of 2021 as business picked up after the lockdown! While 2020 was all about saving money in the energy sector, 2021 is […]SEE THE POST
Energy class: no more “+” symbols: the A to G label is making a comeback
En près de 30 ans, la classe énergétique a connu de nombreuses évolutions de présentation, de classification et de variantes. De la plus efficace énergétiquement à la moins efficace, ce système d’étiquetage obligatoire mis en place par l’Union européenne utilise un code couleur (de vert à rouge) et lettré (de A+++ à D) en vue […]SEE THE POST
Moving out? Here are all the steps you need to know.
A move cannot be improvised. To help you best organize this major life stage, we have prepared a guide for you with all the steps to take when it comes to moving. As a bonus, you can download a checklist to make sure you don’t forget anything! Moving house is a milestone. Between the excitement […]SEE THE POST
What are the electricity and gas suppliers in Brussels in 2022?
In recent years, Electricity and gas contracts for individuals have been reduced as a grief skin. One remembers for example the withdrawal of Luminus of the Brussels walk in 2018. This decision of the second Belgian supplier was a tough blow to the diversity of the offers in the bilingual territory. What about 2022? Which […]SEE THE POST
Belgians do not know which energy contract to pick
Compare and get advice: a safe bet when addressing your energy bill. In fact, according to CREG, the Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation, two million Belgian households have opted for the ten most expensive energy contracts on the electricity market and 1.2 million for the ten most expensive contracts on the gas market. So […]SEE THE POST
All you need to know about electricity and gas contracts for tenants
Are you a tenant? If so, you should probably pay attention to some aspects of your energy contracts. Who is responsible for what between you and your landlord? What do you need to do to be supplied with natural gas or electricity when you move in? What is the purpose of an energy transfer document? […]SEE THE POST
Inflation in 2020: energy prices lower than in 2019
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 […]SEE THE POST
Choose your energy contract: on your own or with an adviser?
In general, assessing the value of advice is quite complex. Yet when this advice affects your energy bills, it is easy to determine the value. Without the support of an adviser, only 27% of Belgian households choose an appropriate energy contract. >> Read our press release (in French) on the subject “Success” rate: one in […]SEE THE POST
CREG Scan: a tool that tells you if your energy contract is still competitive!
On 10 February 2017, the CREG, the European leader in the field, made a new online tool available to Belgian electricity and gas customers. Summary How CREG Scan works Advantages of CREG Scan What to look for when doing the test Points to note from using this tool “CREG Scan” is now available on the […]SEE THE POST
8 tips to reduce your energy consumption when working from home
Homeworking: a blessing for some, a headache for others. Whether you’re a fan of homeworking or not, one thing’s almost for sure, the electricity and heating consumption that’s usually your company’s responsibility becomes yours, at your expense. How can you reduce this expense to a minimum? Energyprice.be provides you with 8 tips to make your […]SEE THE POST
Is your gas connection compliant?
Many households are still unaware of this fact: non-standard gas valves are not permitted for connecting cooking appliances. Are you concerned? Are you liable in the event of an incident? Gas connection compliance is an extremely important issue. The wrong installation can quickly turn out to be disastrous for your safety. Do your gas valves […]SEE THE POST
Four clever ways to estimate your gas consumption
How can you estimate your gas consumption or calculate it precisely? It’s simple – read your meter carefully and analyze the right information. You’ll then be able to predict your bill.SEE THE POST
Alternative energy suppliers: who are they, and how are they shaking up the market?
Do you want to consume your energy differently? That’s fortunate, because that’s what the alternative green energy suppliers are offering! Sustainable, local and relatively small, these businesses are becoming increasingly creative at thinking outside the box to involve you in energy transition. But who are they are where do they source the renewable energy they […]SEE THE POST
Single-rate or dual-rate meter: which is best for you?
In Belgium, every home connected to the electricity network has a meter. There are several types: single, dual, night-only, etc. But which should you choose? Based on what criteria? Follow the guide to find out! Summary What is a meter, and what is it used for? 1.1. Meter reading 1.2. Meter number 1.3.The EAN code […]SEE THE POST
5 tips to save energy while you are on holiday
Turn off the heating, disconnect your electric appliances, empty your fridge and turn it off… find out our 5 tips for saving energy while you’re away! Are you going on holiday soon? Don’t waste energy while you’re away! Whether you’re going for just a few days or for several weeks, make sure your home is […]SEE THE POST