Brussels Rebukes Bulgaria for Missing Energy Efficiency Report

The directive in question mandates that national authorities establish minimum energy performance requirements for buildings aimed at achieving the best balance between investment costs and energy savings, a concept known as "optimal cost levels."

Brussels: New Tram 10 Line Set to Revolutionize Brussels Transit Network

Set to debut on September 23rd, this new addition to the city's public transit system marks a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to modernize and expand transportation infrastructure in the Belgian capital

Antwerp Emergency Services Launch Innovative Pilot Project Utilizing Hemp Plants to Purify Contaminated Soils

This innovative initiative, spearheaded by a collaboration between the University of Ghent, Phytolutions, and the fire station in the Antwerp port village of Lillo, marks a significant step forward in sustainable environmental remediation efforts

Brussels Celebrates 35th Anniversary with Spectacular Iris Festival Weekend

Promising a "well-filled, varied, and surprising program," the festivities are set to captivate residents and visitors alike with a plethora of cultural, musical, and interactive events

Agreement Reached: Charleroi Airport Strike Averted, But Tensions Remain

Initially announced by CNE union representative Yves Lambot, the 24-hour strike threatened to disrupt the travel plans of over 17,500 departing passengers and affect more than 94 flights

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