⚡️ Electricity prices 🇧🇪 Brussels BE ⚡️

The latest energy price in Brussels is € 76.88 MWh, or € 0.08 kWh

This is -25% less than yesterday.

2023-11-08 - 2023-12-09

Electricity in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is mainly supplied by imported energy. Their own production of energy  comes down to about 25% of their total usage.

The city is also a hub for energy innovation and investment, with many companies and organizations dedicated to developing and deploying new technologies to improve the electricity grid and support sustainable energy solutions.

In this article, we will cover how the consumer in Brussels can cut costs on their electricity bill by starting taking energy-saving measures. We hope to cover everything you need regarding electricity prices in Brussels.

Electricity costs in Brussels

Activity Energy used Cost
Showering for 10 minutes 6 kwh €0.46
Boil 1 litre of water 0.12 kwh €0.01
Taking a bath 7.5 kwh €0.58
Charge an electric vehicle 45 kwh €3.46
Charge a mobile phone 0.02 kwh €0.00
Running the washing machine 0.8 kwh €0.06
Vacuum for 10 minutes 0.33 kwh €0.03
Using a hairdryer for 10 minutes 0.33 kwh €0.03
Daily usage of the refrigerator 0.44 kwh €0.03
Watch 1 hour of TV 0.6 kwh €0.05
Average price per KWh: €0.471

How much does it cost to shower for 10 minutes?

It costs €0.46 to shower for 10 minutes in Brussels. If you are showering for 10 minutes once a day, it will cost you a total of €13.8 per month. If you decide to reduce showers to 5 minutes, you would save €6.90.

* This is based on showering for 10 minutes, and using 6 kwh.

How much does it cost to have a bath?

It costs €0.58 to have a bath in Brussels. If you are taking a bath once a day, it will cost you a total of €17.4 per month. If you decide to reduce number of baths from every day to every 2nd day, you would save €8.70.

* This is based on taking a bath, and using 7.5 kwh.

How much does it cost to charge an electric vehicle?

It costs €3.46 to charge an electric vehicle in Brussels. If you are charging an electric vehicle once a day, it will cost you a total of €103.8 per month. If you decide to charge your electric vehicle every 2nd day, you would save €51.90.

* This is based on charging an electric vehicle, and using 45 kwh.

How much does it cost to run the washing machine?

It costs €0.06 to run the washing machine in Brussels. If you are running the washing machine once a day, it will cost you a total of €1.8 per month. If you decide to running the washing machine every 2nd day, you would save €0.90.

* This is based on running the washing machine, and using 0.8 kwh.

How much does it cost to vacuum for 10 minutes?

It costs €0.03 to vacuum for 10 minutes in Brussels. If you are vacuuming for 5 minutes once a day, it will cost you a total of €0.9 per month. If you decide to vacuum every 2nd day, you would save €0.45.

* This is based on vacuuming for 5 minutes, and using 0.33 kwh.

How much does it cost to use a hairdryer for 10 minutes?

It costs €0.03 to use a hairdryer for 10 minutes in Brussels. If you are using a hairdryer for 10 minutes once a day, it will cost you a total of €0.9 per month. If you decide to use the hairdryer for 5 minutes, you would save €0.45.

* This is based on using a hairdryer for 10 minutes, and using 0.33 kwh.

How much does it cost to watch 1 hour of TV?

It costs €0.05 to watch 1 hour of TV in Brussels. If you are watching 1 hour of TV once a day, it will cost you a total of €1.5 per month. If you decide to reduce tv usage by 2 hours a day, you would save €0.75.

* This is based on watching 1 hour of tv, and using 0.6 kwh.

Energy saving tips in Brussels

Check out how much you can save on your energy bills by taking easy actions.

Activity Saved per month
Reduce showers to 5 minutes €6.90
Reduce number of baths from every day to every 2nd day €8.70
Charge your electric vehicle every 2nd day €51.90
Running the washing machine every 2nd day €0.90
Vacuum every 2nd day €0.45
Use the hairdryer for 5 minutes €0.45
Reduce TV usage by 2 hours a day €0.75

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