Exactly 5,383 owners of solar panels on their homes are missing out on Flemish government subsidies for feeding their surplus production back into the national grid, according to figures provided by energy minister Bart Tommelein.

Food safety agency closes Amadeus restaurants

Wednesday, 22 August 2018 10:14
The federal food safety agency Afsca has ordered the closure of two restaurants of the ribs chain Amadeus – one in Brussels and one in Kruishoutem in East Flanders.
The favourable weather that has graced northern Europe since early spring has been a boon to Wallonia’s wine-growers who look set to smash all records, quantitative and qualitative, this year, according to Pierre Rion, head of the Association of Wine-Growers of Wallonia, AVW.
The Aeolus satellite, the equipment of which was tested for 50 days by the Liege Space Center specialists (CSL, ULg dependent), should take off in the evening of 21 August (11:20 pm Belgian time) from Kourou, the European space platform set in French Guyana.
As the fifth wind turbine farm in the North Sea begins its production, wind turbines along the Belgian coast now produce electricity for a million homes, indicated Friday the Belgian Offshore Platform, a structure that combines the main partners investing in Belgian North Sea wind turbines.
The European Central Bank will present officially new 100 and 200-euro banknotes on 17 September, it announced Friday.
Several hundred potential investors will meet next month in Amsterdam during a congress devoted to cannabis.
The fast-food restaurants chain, Burger King, is looking for 80 employees for its future Ixelles business, announces Burger King in a press communiqué.

Unions launch appeal to Ryanair shareholders

Thursday, 16 August 2018 18:43
“We are writing to you in an ultimate attempt to find a peaceful solution to the current social conflict’’… Several European unions, among which the CNE, sent Thursday a letter to Ryanair shareholders, so that they might put pressure on the management, since no solution having yet been found to…
The IT services provider Modis Belgique signed an agreement with the European Commission for the management of 1,200 IT personnel, they announced Thursday.