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On Thursday 23 November 2023, following a lengthy drafting, public consultation and revision process, the long-awaited proposal for the Collective Heat Act was submitted by the Dutch Council of State for official advice.

What might new forms of cooperation under the 'Dutch Collective Heat Act' look like? What will the governance of likely new collaborations look like? And how do we ensure support, knowledge, realisation power and capital in these collaborations?

During our seminar, we will discuss the latest proposal of the 'Dutch Collective Heat Act' and especially the way forward from this point onwards, from a legal, financing and investment perspective, followed by a panel discussion with various concerned stakeholders from the public and private domain.


16:00 - 16:30 CET- Registration

16:30 CET - Presentations

Bas Bakker, Managing Director, Sector Head Energy Transition & Circularity Europe at Rabobank and Roland de Vlam, Counsel, Attorney at law of the Energy & Infrastructure practice group at Loyens & Loeff

The legislative proposal in outline
Roel Duncker, Associate, Attorney at law of the Energy & Infrastructure practice group at Loyens & Loeff

Opportunities and risks for the investment climate
Erik van Veen, Executive Director, Banking 4 Energy Transition at Rabobank

17:15 - 18:00 CET - Panel discussion with various stakeholders
Eveline Rosendaal, Manager Business Development Heat transition at EBN

Daan Schut, Chief Transition Officer, member Board of Directors at Alliander

Ron Wit, Director Heat at Eneco

Tom Theunisse, Portfolio Manager Infrastructure Private Equity at APG

Niels Hanskamp, Energy Transition Advisor at VNG

18:00 CET - Networking drinks with bits & bites