Wind energy plays a very important role in this. With its projects, Aspiravi makes a fundamental contribution to the energy transition and meets with the engagement made by federal, regional and local authorities.

The energy transition towards a more sustainable production capacity is irreversible and more topical than ever. Various forms of renewable energy production will need to contribute towards achieving the many climate objectives.

After all, that's what it's about: building a green energy policy for the future together. Policy-makers, companies and citizens must engage with each other for a sustainable society. At any rate, our plans remain ambitious.

INFORMATION: KEY TO SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR LOCAL WIND ENERGY PROJECTS

Information increases the social support for local wind energy projects. This is Aspiravi's starting point when implementing each new project, both in the development and construction phases and during operation.

The general public of today is eager to find out more about the energy provision of tomorrow. Aspiravi makes great efforts to answer these citizens' demand for information with every project.

But policy-makers can also answer many of the public's questions by explaining the legislative framework and the energy policy they have chosen.

These collective efforts in terms of information and communication do bear fruit. Well-informed citizens repeatedly demonstrate a great sense of responsibility that renewable energy is the future and that we must take action together.

View the testimony of Mayor Hans Vandenberg and alderman Benny Reviers of Bekkevoort and discover how they are carrying out wind energy projects in their municipality (in the province of Flemish Brabant).

VIDEO TESTIMONY FROM A LOCAL AUTHORITY

LOCAL RESIDENT SHAREHOLDING VIA OUR CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES

Besides keeping local residents informed and generating social support for wind energy projects, it is also important to allow them to participate in the wind energy projects in their neighbourhood.

Greater support for local, green energy.

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The gains for local residents
are also threefold:

Growth towards a more sustainable living environment and greater support for wind energy in one's own neighbourhood.

02

A return through an expected annual dividend.

03

INFORMATION: KEY TO SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR LOCAL WIND ENERGY PROJECTS

The general public of today is eager to find out more about the energy provision of tomorrow. Aspiravi makes great efforts to answer these citizens' demand for information with every project.

But policy-makers can also answer many of the public's questions by explaining the legislative framework and the energy policy they have chosen.

These collective efforts in terms of information and communication do bear fruit. Well-informed citizens repeatedly demonstrate a great sense of responsibility that renewable energy is the future and that we must take action together.

Information increases the social support for local wind energy projects. This is Aspiravi's starting point when implementing each new project, both in the development and construction phases and during operation.

LOCAL RESIDENT SHAREHOLDING VIA OUR CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES

Besides keeping local residents informed and generating social support for wind energy projects, it is also important to allow them to participate in the wind energy projects in their neighbourhood.

Aspiravi NV's co-operative story
is a tale in three parts:

The shareholder structure of Aspiravi NV with 94 municipal shareholders, who are steadily expanding the renewable energy market.

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2 co-operative societies, Aspiravi Samen CV and Limburg Wind CV, through which local residents can co-invest in wind energy projects in their neighbourhood.

02

Aspiravi Energy NV, which can provide local green energy to the co-operants of both co-operative societies at an attractive tariff. In addition, it also supports a social objective in the context of energy or child poverty.

03

Greater support for local, green energy.

01

The gains for local residents
are also threefold:

Growth towards a more sustainable living environment and greater support for wind energy in one's own neighbourhood.

02

A return through an expected annual dividend.

03

View the testimony of Mayor Hans Vandenberg and alderman Benny Reviers of Bekkevoort and discover how they are carrying out wind energy projects in their municipality (in the province of Flemish Brabant).

VIDEO TESTIMONY FROM A LOCAL AUTHORITY

Wind energy plays a very important role in this. With its projects, Aspiravi makes a fundamental contribution to the energy transition and meets with the engagement made by federal, regional and local authorities.

The energy transition towards a more sustainable production capacity is irreversible and more topical than ever. Various forms of renewable energy production will need to contribute towards achieving the many climate objectives.

After all, that's what it's about: building a green energy policy for the future together. Policy-makers, companies and citizens must engage with each other for a sustainable society. At any rate, our plans remain ambitious.