September 22, 2006

Emakina explains the electric big bang

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Brice Le Blévennec

As of 1st January 2007, you will be able to freely choose your electric and gas provider if you live in Brussels or Walloonia. To explain this sea change to the consumer, Electrabel asked us for an interactive website answering the most common questions : how is the Belgian electric market structured? What’s the impact of this liberalization on my electricity bill? Should I select myself another company? This presentation is available here. A clever integration between video and Flash technology.

We’re quite proud our client used this module at a press conference held this morning to explain all about this liberalization (see picture below).

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