EU Commission approves Belgium’s electricity capacity mechanism

It will contribute to ensuring the security of electricity supply, especially as Belgium has decided to phase out all nuclear capacity by 2025

Are humans to blame for last month’s devastating floods?

A new scientific report analyses how much human-induced climate change impacted the extreme flooding witnessed across Western Europe in July 2021

Ørsted to build one of the ‘world’s largest’ hydrogen plants at North Sea Port

The 1GW renewable hydrogen production facility will be powered by a new 2GW offshore wind farm

Belgian port installs wind turbines to charge 20,000 EVs a week

The 44MW green terminal is claimed to be the largest onshore wind farm in Flemish region of Belgium

Belgian firm granted €425m EU bank loan for smart meters rollout

Fluvius, a co-operative company owned by 11 inter-municipal companies, has set a target to install smart meters at 80% of its clients’ sites by the end of 2024

Will an ‘energy island’ bring Denmark and Belgium closer?

An electricity interconnector will pass through the artificial island and connect the two countries

INEOS signs 10-year offshore wind power deal with ENGIE

It is claimed to be the largest-ever industrial wind power purchase contract in Belgium

EU investigates Belgian electricity capacity scheme

The Commission is concerned the measure may discriminate against certain technologies, like renewable capacity, or unfairly limit participation of cross-border capacity

Port of Rotterdam-led coalition fires up hydrogen-powered transport project

The partneship will see 1,000 hydrogen-powered zero-emission trucks hit the streets, connecting the Netherlands, Belgium, and West Germany by 2025

Belgian port launches voyage to cleaner future with carbon capture project

A consortium aims to develop shared CO2 liquefaction, storage and transport infrastructure