|24.01.2014: Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, had 644.6 MW of PV systems up to 10 kW installed under its Solwatt incentive program as of the end of December 2013, according to the latest report from the region’s energy authority, CWaPE. This capacity comes from 119,975 PV systems up to 10 kW that have been connected to the regional grid. Wallonia added just 195 kW of PV systems up to 10 kW in December, down from 1.8 MW in November and 8.5 MW in October. The numbers for the last 3 months are provisional, however, and will be updated and likely increased when the statistics for January are released. The region added 126.6 MW of new PV power in 2013, down from 272.4 MW in 2012. The government of Wallonia recently replaced the Solwatt green certificate scheme with a new PV program called Qualiwatt. The new scheme is only for residential customers installing PV systems up to 3 kW, however. Each of Belgium’s three regions has their own individual incentive schemes, and each region has its own regulations for solar. The Flemish-speaking region of Flanders reached 2,105 MW of installed PV capacity at the end of October 2013, while the Brussels region ended last year with just 15 MW.