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Do you wish to join a supplier that invests in renewable energy? Good news! It just so happens that the new Greenpeace ranking lists the good and bad environmental performers.SEE THE POST
How do I explain an energy bill to abusive amounts?
Too many! Your latest energy bill is huge? Make sure that there are several reasons why this amount was abnormally raised and you can correct the shoot! Summary What is a down payment invoice? How are my deposits calculated? If it is cold, will my in-house invoices increase? How is my annual account invoice calculated? […]SEE THE POST
Dual day and night rates: when do they apply?
In Belgium, choosing to have a dual meter at home can offer several benefits on a few conditions. The first one is to consume during off-peak hours, therefore respecting the time periods. IndexSEE THE POST
Why do variable rates change each month
Have you subscribed to a variable rate electricity or gas deal? Since January 2018, you can expect changes in rates every month and therefore a more complicated energy bill.SEE THE POST
Dormant energy contracts: up to €1,204 too expensive!
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?SEE THE POST
Eni takeover: what are the consequences for customers?
Eni Gas & Power, the Belgian subsidiary of the Italian supplier, has been bought by the Dutch energy supplier Eneco. What does this transaction imply?SEE THE POST
Do the Walloons pay more for their electricity bills since 2009?
In Belgium, the price of electricity is a recurrent topic of discussion in the field of energy. So in your opinion, how has it changed over the last few years?SEE THE POST
Lampiris: green, Belgian and cheaper?
Is Total’s purchase of Lampiris good or bad news for the consumer? Will the Liege-based supplier become more expensive and less committed to the environment?SEE THE POST
According to the CREG, Belgians do not benefit from the cheapest energy deals!
According to a study by the CREG, households that change energy supplier do not benefit from the most competitive deals on the market. What is the reason for this?SEE THE POST
Higher rates applied for the night rate only meter!
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.SEE THE POST
Increase in VAT on electricity: are you affected?
From 1 September 2015, VAT on electricity will increase from 6% to 21% for all private consumers. What are the implications of this change?SEE THE POST