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You can receive a free report on your personal data by presenting proof of your identity (copy of your identity card) and submitting a written, dated and signed request to the person responsible for data processing: Mr Koen Locquet, Director, Administrative Directorate, Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG), Nijverheidsstraat 26-38, B-1040 Brussels. You will receive your data within 45 days of receipt of your request.
You may ask to edit or delete any of your personal data that are incomplete, irrelevant or incorrect at any time by writing to the person responsible for data processing: Mr Koen Locquet, Director, Administrative Directorate, Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG), Nijverheidsstraat 26-38, B-1040 Brussels.
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Conditions for use of the CREG website
The CREG strives to ensure that the information on its website is as correct and up-to-date as possible. However, it shall not accept liability for any errors in this information. Further, the CREG shall not accept any liability in the event that the website is unavailable, regardless of how long this situation lasts. Nevertheless, the CREG strives to ensure maximum and continuous availability for its website.
Creation of hyperlinks to the CREG website
It is permitted to create hyperlinks to the CREG website provided that you send a notification of this to the CREG via the online form and meet the following conditions:
- Hyperlinks to a page of the CREG website must be set in an unambiguous manner. An indication that the hyperlink goes to the CREG website must appear before or in the link;
- Pages from the CREG website shall not be embedded in other pages;
- Links to the home page must use the address: http://www.creg.be
Hyperlinks on the CREG website
The CREG website contains hyperlinks to other websites, as well as references to other sources of information. These links and sources are provided for information purposes only. The CREG does not review these websites, nor the information contained therein, and therefore cannot offer any guarantees regarding the quality and/or completeness of this information.
The CREG shall not accept any liability for damages resulting from consultation of information on other websites or from other sources of information in general to which its website refers.
Certain legal texts are available on the website. Because it is not possible to guarantee authentic reproduction of an officially approved text, we would like to note that only the texts published in the electronic version of the Belgian Bulletin of Acts (“Moniteur belge”) shall apply.
The CREG publishes these texts without making any claims with regard to their legality.