Physical flows per border

The graphs below show the physical energy flows on the interconnections between the Belgian control area and the neighbouring control areas. Each graph represents one border. When the figure is positive, Belgium is exporting energy. When it is negative, energy is being imported.

Each graph represents one border. When the figure is positive, Belgium is exporting energy. When it is negative, energy is being imported. You can use the calendar to call up data for each of the past 365 days and select a reference date.

France - Belgium

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Netherlands - Belgium

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Great-Britain - Belgium

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Belgian - Luxembourg

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Legend

  • Green curve

    Data for the same day, up to one quarter-hour before the page was opened.

  • Grey curve

    The flows for a reference day (the previous day is shown by default).

  • Vertical line
    Current time.

Useful links

Contact

Energy scheduling office
 
Disclaimer

These data are the same as those published by Elia on the ENTSO-E transparency platform in accordance with Article 12.1.G of EU Regulation 543/2013. However, the values displayed on our website are quarter-hourly values, while those on the ENTSO-E transparency platform are hourly average values. There may be some differences as a result.


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