Flemish energy supplier for companies seizes activities

Due to the unprecedented energy price crisis, the West Flemish company Elexys has announced that it will cease its activities in the Brussels and Walloon regions. The emergency supplier will take over the energy supply, Elexys announced in its press release on Friday. The company serves some 1,800 supply points in Wallonia and Brussels.

"Due to geopolitical tensions, the conflict in Ukraine and the uncertain gas supply, the energy sector is facing an unprecedented situation. Gas and electricity prices have reached levels that no one could have foreseen." 

The company added that rising energy prices are also hitting customers hard, as many people are struggling to pay their bills on time, putting additional pressure on suppliers. The company said it was making every effort to manage the current situation in a very ​
professional manner, but no lasting solution could be found.

The company serves about 6,000 gas and electricity delivery points in Flanders. For Wallonia, Elexys supplies 1,400 delivery points and for Brussels about 400.



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