| Grégoire Dallemagne (CEO)|
Électricité de France, EDF Belgium SA
Luminus NV, ALG Négoce SA, Dauvister SA, SPE Power Company NV, Rami Services NV
EDF Luminus (former names: Société productrice d'électricité, SPE, and SPE-Luminus) is the second largest electricity producer and energy supplier on the Belgian energy market. Its main shareholder is Électricité de France with a 68.6% stake.
EDF Luminus Wikipedia
The company was established as municipalities joint utility Société productrice d'électricité (SPE) in 1978. In July 2008 Centrica acquired its majority stake in SPE by buying out Gaz de France. In 2009, Centrica sold its shares to EDF. In September 2010, SPE Luminus as a subsidiary of EDF, took over the sales activities of EDF Belgium. Grégoire Dallemagne took up office as CEO on 1 September 2011. On the 23rd of November 2011, the company was renamed EDF Luminus.
EDF Luminus sells electricity and gas to 1.7 million private and professional customers, bringing its commercial market share to more than 20%. The company has approximately 1,000 employees. With an installed generation capacity of 2,137 MW, the company accounts for 14% of the national electricity generation.
EDF Luminus owns gas-fired power plants (both CCGT and classic thermal power), wind farms and hydraulic power stations on various sites in Wallonia and Flanders. The company also owns stakes in nuclear plants. It operates CCGT plants at Angleur, Ghent-Ringvaart and Seraing, and classic thermal plants in Angleur, Gent-Ham, Izegem and Monsin. Until March 2012, EDF Luminus also exploited a classic thermal plant in Harelbeke. EDF Luminus' seven hydroelectric power plants are located on Meuse and Sambre rivers. The company also operates 13 wind farms, amounting to a total of 56 wind turbines.