ABOUT US…

Our ambition: promote the energy transition in order to contribute to sustainable development.

The energy transition is necessary today and is the guarantor of our future. It is a source of opportunities for organisations who decide to pay heed to it. We can help you to benefit from this situation and will work alongside you on your energy transition projects.

The projects we concentrate on aim to bring added social or environmental value while being financially profitable and technologically innovative.

Our dream team will draw up a detailed dossier and transform it into simple, effective solutions for implementation.

Our work is based on three key qualities: listening, expertise and seeing the big picture.

Our task

  • Helping you implement your energy strategy
  • Developing and managing your renewable energy projects

Our assets

  • A multi-disciplinary team: Engineers, economists, legal experts and communication specialists for a global approach, a complete and tailor-made work
  • Independence: At your service to offer you an unbiased advice.
  • A local base: WattElse is a Belgian company and member of several networks and is active in the Benelux countries and in France
  • Support: We are your long-term partner for a progressive and efficient energy transition.

Our objectives

  • To help you make energy savings
  • To help you reduce your carbon footprint
  • To help you make your mark regarding energy independence
  • To manage and develop your own renewable energy projects
  • To help integrate energy features in construction and renovation projects

Our approach is driven by European and Belgian policies setting greenhouse gas reduction targets to limit global warming.

Europe has set ambitious targets for 2030 to limit global warming :

  • Reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 40%
  • Cover 32% of final energy consumption with renewable energy
  • Improve the energy efficiency of buildings by 32.5%

In Belgium, these targets have been spread across national and regional legislations through the following objectives:

  • The closure of 7 Belgian nuclear reactors in 2025
  • An increase in the share of renewable energies in final energy consumption (for example 23.6% in the Walloon Region)
  • A reduction in energy consumption of buildings in 2030 (for example 23% in Wallonia)

In addition, many Belgian towns have joined the European “Covenant of Mayors“ movement which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030.