Christine's practice focuses on the energy sector, including in particular renewable energy projects (onshore and offshore wind, biomass/biosteam), (corporate) PPAs, FIDIC, EPC and O&M contracts, underground and submarine cables and pipelines, district heating, subsidy mechanisms (such as green certificates and including  State aid issues), security of supply (in particular capacity mechanisms), domain concessions and licences, and judicial energy litigation (Council of State, Markets Court, Brussels Court of Appeal, Constitutional Court).
 
In 2017 Christine did a secondment at Watson Farley & Williams LLP in Hamburg.

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Memberships

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Brussel Bar, 2012
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Qualifications

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LL.M., Vanderbilt University Law School (Nashville, Tennessee), 2012
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Law degree, Universiteit Gent (Belgium), 2011

What others say

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An interviewee praises her "in-depth knowledge of the renewable energy sector," while a client appreciates that she is "always genuinely keeping the best interests of her client at heart."
Chambers & Partners Europe 2022
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Christine Delagaye is a very dedicated associate with a very thorough knowledge of the legislative framework who is just great to collaborate with because of her pragmatic and knowledgeable approach.’
The Legal 500 (2022)
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Mentioned as 'Rising star'.
Legal 500 EMEA – Energy (2021)
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"Professional, correct, thorough research, a lot of knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to specific cases. Thomas Chellingsworth and Christine Delagaye are open to consultation, easy to reach and strategically strong."
Legal 500 EMEA – Energy (2021)
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"Christine Delagaye is a great asset to the team. She is technically excellent and provides clear, commercial advice."
Legal 500 EMEA – Energy (2021)
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Associate to watch.
Chambers & Partners Europe – Energy (2021)
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The "very impressive" Christine Delagaye enters the rankings this year on the back of noteworthy activity in the area of wind farm development projects. She also has experience in litigation proceedings concerning energy regulations.
Chambers & Partners Europe – Energy (2021)
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