From Troublemaker to Challenger: Mega’s Rise in the Belgian Energy Market

2023-09-24 14:45:05

Mega celebrated its tenth anniversary. Often criticized for its “aggressive” commercial practices, the Liège energy supplier has climbed into the top 5 on the Belgian market. Thomas Coune, co-founder and managing director, looks back on a decade marked by an unprecedented crisis. Article reserved for subscribers Journalist at the Planète pole By Bernard Padoan Published on 09/24/2023 at 4:45 p.m. Reading time: 9 min

The energy supplier Mega has long been a “troublemaker” on the Belgian energy supply market. After ten years of existence, the company low cost has however become “more mature”, assures Thomas Coune, one of the two co-founders of Mega, of which he is also CEO. Like all suppliers, Mega experienced the “tsunami” of the energy crisis at the forefront, leaving a few feathers behind: it lost 100,000 customers in the battle. “The crisis is behind us,” however, assures Thomas Coune. “In Belgium, we should return to our cruising size (500,000 customers, Editor’s note) within six months. And we should aim for 700,000 customers in the coming years. But we do not claim to become number one: we want to remain the challenger who talks about price. »

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