Services - WattElse, partner of your energy strategy and renewable energy projects
Bureau de consultance belge spécialisé en développement de projets en énergie renouvelable et en stratégie énergétique.
économie d'énergie, énergie, énergie durable, développement durable, audit, stratégie énergétique
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WattElse is your partner for your energy strategy and for sustainable, customised projects that are financially profitable and technically feasible.


Taking stock

WattElse will work with you to determine the basis of your energy strategy by taking stock of your current situation.



WattElse will ascertain your potential for producing renewable energy and increasing energy efficiency.



WattElse will investigate in-depth all alternatives so you can make the appropriate decisions.


Action plan

WattElse will help you to plan your projects and communicate them.



WattElse will implement the action plan and handle the various aspects of your project.

  • Analysis of projects currently being developed
  • Regulatory analysis: green certificates, subsidies, reference framework, administrative constraints
  • Legal analysis: procedure for urban and/or environmental planning permission
  • Summary of consumption, flow studies and inventory of production units
  • Energy mix, carbon footprint
  • Monitoring installations
  • Survey of building energy performance
  • Analysis of needs: production and consumption units, mobility
  • Observation of habits and behaviour
  • Analysis of technical and financial constraints
  • Analysis of energy-related risks
  • Analysis of internal and external communication
  • Balancing mature technologies: wind, photovoltaic, hydroelectric and biomass
  • Determining and identifying internal (environmental consultant, technical departments, etc.) and external stakeholders (energy centre, financial institutions and crowdfunding organisations, etc.)
  • Identifying the potential for development and financial profitability of technologies
  • Identifying standard and alternative sources of financing
  • Tracking technical innovations: mobility, production, managing demand
  • Tracking assistance measures
  • Following legislative developments
  • Types of energy to focus on: electricity, fossil fuels and alternatives
  • Modes of production to consider: solar, wind, biomass, hydroelectric, other
  • Types of installation to prepare: boiler, heat pump, photovoltaic panels, air conditioning
  • Dimensioning installations according to needs and usage: surface area, occupation rate
  • Technical analysis of inputs and flows
  • Means of storing energy: battery, hydrogen, other
  • Modelling and optimisation of self-generation and self-consumption
  • Financial study: investment costs, running costs, projected earnings, profitability
  • Analysis of regulations and administrative procedures
  • Institutional and financial levers: bank loans, third-party investors, crowdfunding, public-private partnership
  • Technical and financial studies
  • Comparison of alternatives
  • Road map for the short, medium and long term
  • Identifying costed objectives and measurement methods
  • Investment and financing plan
  • Communication and awareness plan
  • Coordinating internal and external players in charge of the project
  • Scheduling studies and work to be completed
  • Planning and organising awareness actions
  • Search for suitable sites with renewable energy
  • Negotiations with landowners (e.g. installation of a wind farm)
  • Tracking the environmental impact
  • Requesting permits and authorisations, organising a public inquiry.
  • Contacts with public authorities, local government, electricity network operators.
  • Raising awareness and communication with the different stakeholders: users, local residents, farmers, local government, tertiary sector, towns.
  • Financial package and identification of financing, including alternative forms: third party investors, issuing warrants, raising funds via crowdfunding
  • Compiling estimates and specifications for invitations to tender
  • Selection of building trade services and site supervision
  • Administrative procedures for commercial development of the energy produced: green certificates, guarantee of origin, CO2 quotas.


    “In the 21st century, hundreds of millions of people will produce their own green energy in their homes, offices, and factories and share it with each other on an “energy Internet,” just like we now create and share information online.”

J. Rifkin