Unlocking the Power: A Guide to Changing Energy Contracts and Suppliers in Wallonia and Brussels

2023-09-08 12:30:00

By the editorial team Published on 08/29/2023 at 2:33 p.m.

Since 2007, the electricity and gas market has been completely liberalized in Wallonia. For Brussels, this liberalization dates back to 2003.

This means you are free to change your energy contract and supplier as you see fit. This without your current supplier being able to charge you any fees for breaking your current contract.

Small thing to know, this change of contract will still be subject to one month’s notice before it can be effective.

If you are afraid of the administrative procedures linked to this change of contract, rest assured, the entire administrative burden will be taken care of by your new energy supplier.

It is in fact he who will take care of terminating your current energy contract, starting your new contract and, of course, ensuring that you receive the energy for which you are now paying.

Your only mission is then to contact your supplier if you change your contract with them, or to contact your new supplier in the event of a change. You will also be asked to provide your index statement when your old contract is officially closed.

Of course, if you change contract or supplier, it is more interesting to switch to a more advantageous contract. To be sure of getting a good deal, it is advisable to always compare the different possible offers. This can be done very easily via the comparator available on the website of the CWaPE, the Walloon Energy Commission.

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