The Energy and Sustainable Building Department of the Walloon Region has been working for more than 20 years in the field of the Rational Use of Energy and the valorisation of the local sources of energy, renewable or not.


The activities tend to cover all sectors of consumption through some adapted means. Special measures are focused on informing and raising awareness of households (Guichets de l’Energie)on training of Energy Managers in the service industries (offices, hospitals, schools), on professional training (learning tools), on energy accountancy (tertiary sector and industry).

R.D.D. activities are mainly in the field of buildings (bioclimatism), ovens and combustion, biomass valorisation and other forms of renewable energies.

The Energy and Sustainable Building Department has also an important participation in some international programs (IEA, European Union) and is responsible for the adaptation of various European directive (EPBD, ESD, renewables) to Walloon law.


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Quickscan: a new energy performance assessment tool

Discover this tool developed by the Wallonia region in the framework of the BE REEL LIFE project to measure the energy performance of Belgian buildings.

The European City Facility explained: Register to the Launch Webinar!

EUCF Lauch webinar will take pplace on April 7th. Don’t miss the opportunity : unlock financing for your sustainable energy plans!

ManagEnergy Expert Mission to Wallonia Region

Expert Seamus Hoyne (LIT, IE) was in Wallonia on the 7-9 October to assist the energy department of the Wallonia region.

Best Practices

Wallonie: LIFE BE REEL project on renovation strategies for residential buildings

Find out how, through the LIFE BE REEL project, Wallonia involves local actors and citizens in the implementation of its regional renovation strategy.

Towards the implementation of SECAP in Wallonia

Through the «Pollec» program, Wallonia supports municipalities that put in place action plans to reduce energy consumption in their territory and adapt to climate change

Wallonia region, BE – “Energ-ethical municipality” Charter

Sustainable energy actions need to be implemented at all levels of governance, however municipalities often lack the resources, capacity, and know-how for sustainable energy management. As a result they need the help of technical staff funded by the region and composed of energy advisers.


Walloon Region: Sustainable Bonds allocation and impact analysis report

In 2019, the Walloon Region successfully entered socially responsible investments by raising 1 billion euros for projects that meet the challenges of tomorrow.

Sustainable Finance & Innovation Services

Discover the most recent and innovative projects FEDARENE members have been working on to accelerate and finance Europe’s Energy Transition at local and regional level.

FEDARENE Info 45 – Focus on climate adaptation

This Spring 2018 edition features articles on climate adaptation. Because of natural disasters causing great damage on geographical, social and economic levels, energy experts are starting to think about ways to reduce these calamities and to continue the fight against climate change. Wallonia, Skane and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes are three European regions invested in this fight who developed innovative ways to implement climate adaptation measures on the ground.

Le défi de la convergence des intérêts en matière de rénovation énergétique en Wallonie

Cet article se base sur les recherches menées au cours de la première année du projet Energ-Ethic, financé par la Wallonie – DGO4


EUSEW – LIFE Platform meeting on climate action and the building sector

LIFE Platform meeting on climate action and the building sector on the dates 17-18 June 2019 in Brussels/Belgium. This LIFE Platform meeting is organized by EASME and hosted by Be REEL

The Challenges and Solutions for Middle-Income Regions within the EU Cohesion Policy beyond 2020

The last global financial crisis and its aftermath exposed many European regions and cities to many unsustainable growth models. Globalisation has a highly differentiated impact on EU regions.