Green Energy Options chooses Elecom SA for distribution in Belgium

Green Energy Options (GEO) has appointed Elecom SA to distribute their Home Energy Management Systems within Belgium. These include a range of In-Home Displays (IHDs) which are easy for consumers to install, provide real-time information on energy usage and put them in control of their energy consumption.

Belgians pay more for their electricity than many other European nations which makes any type of energy efficiency extremely valuable. And with the average Belgian household utility bill increasing year on year, a 9% saving can make a huge difference to the household budget each month.

By using a Home Energy Management System, householders are able to manage energy consumption more effectively.Patrick Caiger-Smith, chief executive officer of GEO comments; “Given the rising costs of energy, Belgian consumers can really benefit from access to real-time energy information, so we’re delighted to be appointing SAD as a distributor for the Belgian market”.

As shown in a recent report by VaasaETT (a Global Energy Think Tank based in Finland), GEO and Elecom could reduce household electricity consumption in Belgium by up to 9% a year.

Elecom will be offering three of GEO’s Home Energy Management Systems, which incorporate in-home energy displays, online energy services and accessories such as Smart Plugs and Temperature Sensors.

Ensemble Home Energy Management System, which comes with an In-Home Display, three Smart Plugs to monitor and control domestic appliances and an Internet Bridge to connect to online energy services. Solo PV In-Home Display, which provides real-time information, in colour, on the electricity generated by a domestic solar photovoltaic system. Solo In-Home Display, which provides real-time information on energy consumption for those households that want a simple way to monitor their energy usage.

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