Last updated on 11 January 2019
Grants covering up to 50% of the bill have been agreed for three main types of work: audits, insulation, and heat recovery or production.
In 2019, the budget for energy grants in Brussels is slightly lower, falling from 22 million euros to 18 million. However a new grant has appeared and some have been increased.
Performing a domestic energy audit on your home, shared accommodation or commercial building helps you detect your home’s weaknesses and take effective measures.
You can also carry out a feasibility study if you are considering installing ventilation, cogeneration, solar water heating, a wood-fired heating, renewable energy, a heating network, etc.
The grant could be up to € 400 for domestic accommodation or € 3,000 for a shared residential or commercial building.
Insulation grants are between 8 and € 75/m2. That does not include the additional bonus for choosing natural insulation or the energy savings the work will allow you to achieve.
The amount of the grant varies depending on:
Do you plan to invest in controlled mechanical ventilation (CMV) with heat recovery? This investment may entitle you to a grant of between € 1,250 and € 3,500, depending on your income.
In particular, these grants cover:
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