Belgium approves Direct Line model for electricity sale

The government of Flanders, Belgium, has approved a draft decree allowing energy companies to sell electricity to each other under a “direct line” model (Directe lijn), starting January 1, 2019. The new rules would improve power purchase agreement signing conditions among private companies, and boost the development of commercial and industrial renewable energy projects. Also, electricity buyers will be exempt from paying grid fees or charges.

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