- Attorney at law
Bram is part of Loyens & Loeff’s Energy & Utilities and Competition & Regulatory Team in Belgium. He is also a member of the Corporate and M&A Department and the Projects Team.
His practice focuses on the energy sector, including in particular renewable energy projects (solar/PV, onshore and offshore wind, biomass/biosteam), security of supply (capacity mechanisms and strategic reserves), grid tariffs, subsidy mechanisms (such as green energy certificates including State aid issues), production and supply licences, district heating, agreements (including corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and FIDIC agreements) and oil and gas regulations.
Bram has experience with advising clients on EU and Belgian Energy Law. He recently advised clients on cross-border energy projects as well as projects located in the Flemish- Walloon- and Brussels region and in the Belgian sector of the North Sea.
Bram has been registered at the Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten of the Brussels Bar since 2016.
Bram is an assistant at the Institute of Consumer, Competition & Market at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
He holds an LL.M. in Energy, Environmental and Climate change Law from the Institute of Energy & Environmental Law of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium / Malta, 2016) and a Master of Laws from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (2015).