Emotions were high at Louvain-la-Neuve on January 24: during the New Year’s reception held by the Union wallonne des Entreprises, the Entreprise Citoyenne CAP48 prize was awarded to ENGIE Electrabel, represented by CEO Philippe Van Troeye.
At a little over 30 years old, the Léopold II tunnel, the longest and most complex tunnel in Brussels, is showing signs of old age. Its leak tightness, roads and electromechanical components must be renovated immediately. Work will begin in early May. ENGIE Fabricom will help to give the tunnel a new lease of life.
On January 24, almost 8,000 photovoltaic panels were commissioned in the presence of Philippe Close, Mayor of the City of Brussels; Marion Lemesre, Alderwoman for Economic Affairs of the City of Brussels; Michel Barnstijn, Chairman of Mabru; and Philippe Van Troeye, CEO of ENGIE Benelux.
How can you optimise energy consumption in your home? Cozie and EnergyVille-VITO have the answer – the Homefit energy report! The tool for requesting a Homefit report was launched today in East and West Flanders, giving people in these provinces the opportunity to very quickly receive renovation advice without involving any site visits.