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EnergyVille has published an update of the outlook on the Belgian electricity supply in 2030 and 2050. To this end, it further elaborated on the insights of the various stakeholders with whom they have collaborated in recent years. This new study was made in collaboration with ENGIE, who was responsible for the critical review of the assumptions and scenarios. This study provides insight into a number of specific energy scenarios for Belgium. Without any specific preference for certain technologies, it provides an answer to the question of what our electricity supply could look like in 2030 and beyond, and what effect this might have on the energy production and costs of the electrical energy system. The strength of the method used is that the scenarios are calculated with the aim of minimising the total system cost for the provision in all sectors.


The questions addressed in this study are:

  • What will our electricity production look like in 2030 and subsequent years, taking into account the broad framework of renewable and climate ambitions in the most cost-optimal way?
  • How will the extension of 2 nuclear power plants by 10 or 20 years affect the further Belgian electricity supply until 2050?
  • What is the impact of developments and decisions in neighbouring countries on the Belgian electricity system?
  • What role does each technology play in the scenarios and what is the impact on the CO2 emissions and costs of the electricity system?

https://www.energyville.be/en/news-events/energyville-introduces-additional-energy-system-scenarios-electricity-provision-belgium

 

Press presentation Belgian long-term electricity system scenarios

Press presentation Belgian long-term electricity system scenarios – EnergyVille from cluster_tweed

 

Presentation Belgian long-term electricity system scenarios

Presentation Belgian long-term electricity system scenarios – EnergyVille from cluster_tweed