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19 August 2020 / article

Loyens & Loeff contributes to Chambers and Partners Practice Guide for Alternative Energy & Power 2020

The Chambers and Partners Alternative Energy & Power 2020 Practice Guide provides expert legal commentary in several jurisdictions worldwide on current developments and possible trends in the energy market focusing on legal and legislative aspects of renewable and sustainable energy and power including climate change.

Our Belgium and Netherlands Energy Team members Bram Devlies, Thomas Chellingsworth, Thomas Verstraeten, Roland de Vlam and Gijs Wilbers contributed to the third release of Chambers Global Practice Guide for Alternative Energy and Power for the Belgium and Netherlands jurisdictions respectively this summer.

The Trends & Developments section written by our Energy Team members offers a high-level overview for anyone interested in the renewable energy market and climate change.

You can go to the website of Chambers and Partners via this link (Belgium) or this link (Netherlands) or download a PDF version of this publication by using this link (Belgium) or this link (Netherlands).

If you have any questions on this publication, you are welcome to contact your Loyens & Loeff adviser or the authors.


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