“Why is it so difficult to share photovoltaic production within a building? »

On the occasion of the elections of June 9, 2024, “Le Soir” is relaunching its “why” operation. Subscribers can submit their questions to the editorial staff. Discover our answer to the question asked by Georg, from Ixelles.


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Bernard Padoan


Journalist at the Planet pole

By Bernard Padoan

Published on 05/12/2024 at 5:18 p.m.
Reading time: 2 min

VSt has been just two years since Brussels households were offered the opportunity to become “players” in the energy market by sharing the current produced, in the vast majority of cases, by photovoltaic panels. On April 30, 2022, the reform of the organization of the electricity market granted them this new right. In fact, we must distinguish three ways of sharing electricity: peer-to-peer sharing, sharing within the same building – mentioned by our reader in his question – and the energy community itself.



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