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Energy

Energy
The price of energy is rising all the time, production using fossil energy is a source of pollution… Faced with an uncertain energy future we have to learn to consume responsibly.

The website of 'Bruxelles Environnement' provides information on energy policy (FR/NL) in the Brussels-Capital Region and the many challenges facing the population, which needs to consume energy in a more rational way.

If you are looking for advice to help you save energy, have an energy audit done or choose a supplier in the Brussels-Capital Region, contact Homegrade. Homegrade helps Brussels inhabitants to control their energy consumption through the rational energy consumption and the use of renewable energy in the home.

Subsidies for renovating your home are also available to help you significantly reduce your energy bill. Full information about energy subsidies (FR/NL) is available from the website of Bruxelles Environnement.

For businesses

Businesses can play a considerable role in successful energy policy by reducing their own consumption. See the Your business and the environment page on this website for a survey of business-oriented environmental measures.

Questions about your gas and electricity supply?

BRUGEL (FR/NL) (BRuxelles Gaz Electricité) is the Brussels energy regulator. BRUGEL can help you find the right energy source and supplier and provide advice on your consumer rights.

Homegrade

The Centre Urbain and the Energy House join their forces: Homegrade. This integrated service is intended to guide private individuals who wish to improve their home in the Brussels Region.

Whether you are a tenant, an owner-occupier, a lessor or a co-owner, you can get information regarding acoustics, energy, housing, renovation, heritage and town planning.

Home visits are also offered to help you reduce your energy bill and to make your renovation projects a reality.

Advisors are also at your disposal to support you in your steps both technical and administratively, but also to guide you in the existing financial aid.

Homegrade
Counter of Homegrade in the Halles Saint-Géry
Place Saint-Géry 1, 1000 Brussels
(from Tuesday to Friday from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm, and on Saturday from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm)
Phone: +32 (0)2 219 40 60 (from Tuesday to Friday
(from 10.00 am to 12 noon and from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm)
e-mail : info@homegrade.brussels
Online:homegrade.brussels (FR/NL)

It is possible to make an appointment with an advisor.