The AER Brussels office has recently moved into a new building at rue d’Arlon, 63, nextdoor to the European Institutions. Firmly anchored in both Brussels and Strasbourg with liaison offices in Romania and Ukraine, AER is proud to invite European regions in need of a Brussels representation to move into the House of European Regions.
The office space available in the House is convenient for regions looking for a permanent representation as well as regions looking for a ‘pied à terre’ in Brussels for regular visits from their regional politicians and civil servants.
The House of European Regions is also the headquarters of the European renewable energy sector. The House represents one of the fastest growing economic sectors with an annual economic activity of €130 billion and more than 1 million employees, while meeting 11% of Europe’s final energy consumption.
The environment will always be a common language for promoting cooperation in our society, which is why we are honoured to be part of the House; we look forward to welcoming regions in the 100% renewable energy building.
The office space is limited, do not miss out on this opportunity!