New Partnership To Tap the Belgian Solar Market

Belgian solar market
Bruges, Belgium

, Inc. today announced a partnership with ENGIE Electrabel, a subsidiary of the ENGIE Group (formerly GDF Suez). This new arrangement will provide a full suite of services to electricity customers in the Belgian solar market.

As part of the agreement, ENGIE Electrabel will market a co-branded Sungevity-ENGIE Electrabel solar offering to existing and potential customers. As well, Sungevity will provide all aspects of sales, design, installation and maintenance of the Sungevity Energy Systems to those customers. The partnership marks the first deal for both parties to address the solar market in Belgium. ENGIE Electrabel currently holds a base of 2.8 million customers.

Map of Belgium Solar Resources

Map of Belgium Solar Resources

Tapping The Belgium Solar Market.

In addition to Belgium, Sungevity, Inc. currently services customers in 14 U.S. states and the District of Columbia as well as customers in three European countries, These include the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom through its wholly-owned European subsidiaries.

“We are excited about growing our European footprint with ENGIE Electrabel, Belgium’s largest utility,” said Jan Slaghekke, Chief Global Officer, Sungevity, Inc.

Their selection of Sungevity as a partner to address the burgeoning Belgian solar market further validates the strength of our technology platform and our focused approach to providing exceptional service to customers.

The ENGIE Group is undertaking a major transformation and has the ambition to become the market leader in energy transition. The strategy of ENGIE Electrabel as an energy leader in Belgium is fully in line with this as we look to actively implement it for our 2.8 million customers.

Our partnership with Sungevity enables us to provide current and future customers with a turnkey solar solution. Our search for the right partner was extensive and we found Sungevity’s technology platform, customer service approach and brand to be the right fit for ENGIE Electrabel.


Image credit: Bruges, UNESCO World Heritage Site CC BY-SA 3.0,

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