Green energy

Wind Farm Dassenveld, Halle

1999. A milestone!
Our first turbine, built when Eoly Energy was still part of Colruyt Group, is a proud feature of Halle’s skyline. At the time, it was the tallest turbine in all of Belgium. Today, this first turbine has been dismantled. It went on to start a new life abroad, where it is now used for educational purposes.

In 2014, two more turbines were added to the Halle site, along with another three in 2017 – a move that would go on to double the farm’s production capacity. The latter three turbines are owned by Eoly Cooperative, offering private individuals the opportunity to invest in wind energy.
Wind turbines
1 m
MW/wind turbine
1000 ton
Ready for use
Eoly infobord WT's Dassenveld 065

Eoly Cooperative, owner of one wind turbine in Halle

On 16 February 2017, Eoly Cooperative launched a capital increase to fund its very first wind turbine at the Halle Dassenveld wind farm. 

In just six weeks, 1,200 member-owners co-invested more than 4 million euro. These member-owners are helping to make the energy market more sustainable, which in turn helps to combat climate change. 

Member-owner park

Eoly Cooperative doesn’t just give private individuals the opportunity to invest in wind energy. We want to go even greener by developing a park for member-owners.  

The park will promote biodiversity and allow member-owners to enjoy nature, with an unrivalled view of their new wind turbine, as renewable energy and nature go hand in hand! 

Cooperants park

Always looking for suitable locations

Do you own a plot of open land in an agricultural or industrial area, or an industrial building with a spacious but unused roof? Your property could be the ideal spot for a wind turbine or solar panels, thereby literally helping you build a greener energy landscape for future generations. Get in touch and we will look into your proposal, no strings attached. 

Frequently asked questions

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