Portes ouvertes de la Maison des Energies Renouvelables

FR: Le 19 mars, de 10h00 à 17h00, la REH (Renewable Energy House[[The Renewable Energy House (REH) is the headquarters for the European renewable energy sector, the focal point for renewable energy issues in the Europe Union’s capital, Brussels, close to the European Institutions (the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council). The Renewable Energy House creates synergies between renewable energy stakeholders and allows easy access to information on renewable energy to interested parties and the public at large. In 2011, the European associations located in the Renewable Energy House employs more than 80 staff. The Renewable Energy House brings together major actors in the field of renewable energy in Europe, thereby representing one of the fastest growing economic sectors with an annual turnover of EUR 70 billion and providing over 550.000 jobs, while meeting about 10% of Europe’s current energy demand.]] ) ou Maison des Energies Renouvelables, Rue d’Arlon 63-67
B-1040 Brussels
, ouvre ses portes!

La journée s’adresse aux personnes désireuses d’en savoir plus sur:

 l’intégration de mesures d’amélioration de la performance énergétique ou

 l’installation de technologies de l’énergie renouvelable

dans un vieux bâtiment.

Des visites guidées auront lieu en français, à 11h00 et 15h00; et en néerlandais, à 14h00. Le nombre de visiteurs par groupe étant limité, vous êtes invités à réserver votre tour.

La journée est organisée par l’HEREC (le Conseil Européen des Energies Renouvelables)


EN: Welcome to the REH Spring Open Day!

On Saturday 19th March, the REH, Rue d’Arlon 63-67 B-1040 Brussels, will open its doors to any interested public wanting to know more on how to integrate energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technologies in an old building.

Guided tours will be provided in French, Dutch and English, at:

10:00 Dutch

11:00 French

12:00 English

14:00 Dutch

15:00 French

16:00 English

The visit, by EREC with support from the Region Brussels Capital, is free of charge.

Since we need to limit the number of participants per group, please send your request for a guided tour to the REH beforehand and specify which time and language(s) would be suitable.

The REH wishes you a good journey!