DNB BA is the operator of the closed distribution grid of Brussels Airport. We are responsible for the electricity distribution on the Brussels Airport site. So we do not supply electricity, but transport it from the high-voltage grid to the individual installations. Companies on the Brussels Airport site choose their electricity supplier themselves.
A distribution system operator is only responsible for the transport and distribution of the energy purchased by the end user and is therefore not an energy supplier. Companies such as Elia Fluvius, Ores and Sibelga are public grid operators which are regulated by federal and regional regulators such as CREG and VREG, CWaPE and Brugel.
The Brussels Airport site meets these European defined conditions. That is why DNB BA was qualified by the Flemish regulator VREG in 2012 as the operator of a closed distribution grid. Companies on the Brussels Airport site can therefore choose their electricity supplier themselves.
DNB BA is responsible for the developement and operation the closed electricity distribution system in the Brussels Airport area.
The closed distribution grid consists of:
For our clients we want to play the role of reliable advisor and partner with the aim of developing and operating the Brussels Airport distribution grid according to the “Best Practices”, norms and regulations in a non-discriminatory way for the entire Airport Community. For the Belgian energy market, we also have the responsibility to communicate correct consumption data.
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