On Sunday, May 29, Amandine Hanssens, 25, a 25-year-old resident of Burdinne, in the province of Liège, looked at her two-hour counter and noticed that she was staying in “day” mode. Therefore, he paid more for his electricity than expected.
Thanks to a system of “peak” hours (during the day) and “hours” (from 10 pm to 7 am on weekdays and weekends, from Friday evening to Monday morning), hourly meters allow savings. made since the peak time they benefit from a more advantageous rate.
“That’s where I lost money! “Amandine testified.
I An IAEG official reacted: “This is not a unique case”. Here’s the problem!