Deputy Prime Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne visits Ministry of Solar

Vice-premier Vincent Van Quickenborne op bezoek bij Ministry of Solar

On Tuesday 26 September, Deputy Prime Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne paid us a working visit and was quite clear: Innovation and technological developments play a key role in the energy transition, but a stable and transparent regulatory framework with more investment security is also urgent for an energy-efficient, CO2-neutral and sustainable society. Here, our “Smart […]

Ministry of Solar wins Techlink Award 2023 for sustainable renovation

Ministry of Solar gana el Techlink Award 2023 por su renovación sostenible.

Techlink Award winners play a leading role in the energy transition. As the Belgian professional federation of manufacturers, distributors, installers and companies active in technical maintenance and energy management of multifunctional plants and renewable energy systems and energy storage, Techlink translates policy at European, national and local level into practical guidelines for all players in […]

Public fast EV charger at Ministry of Solar in Ruiselede

Borne de recharge rapide public chez Ministry of Solar à Ruiselede.

At Ministry of Solar in Ruiselede, anyone can charge their electric car at the public fast charger in no time. Ideally located at only 5 km or 6 min drive from the E40 exit in Aalter! Ministry of Solar highly values green mobility and opens its new fast charging infrastructure in Ruiselede to everyone. Making […]

Ministry of Solar has successfully completed its first crowdlending campaign!

The financed project was developed for our client ArcelorMittal and includes solar panel installations installed on the roofs of the ArcelorMittal sites in Liège. The total installed capacity of these installations is around 4 MWp. In total, around 4 GWh of renewable energy will be produced, which will be used directly on these sites. The […]

Kuurne installs first solar park

Kuurne installs first solar park - Kuurne installeert eerste zonnepark

Kuurne installs first solar park. The idea is to install panels on all its buildings, aiming to reduce the city’s Co2 emission by 20%.