Energy & Infrastructure Regulatory
Energy and Infrastructure activities are carried out in highly regulated environments. Regulations may vary from tender criteria or zoning and permitting requirements to sector specific regulations on amongst others tariffs, quality of services and technical conditions. On the one hand, the magnitude and intensity of the applicable rules and regulations may at times feel overwhelming and be a barrier for, or slow down, the roll-out of initiatives and the development of new projects. On the other hand, a good understanding of the regulatory framework allows you to shape your position in transactions and may give you an edge in competitive situations.
Seminar on Dutch implementation of new EU energy measures
On Wednesday 30 November 2022 our Energy regulatory and tax experts will be discussing how the Netherlands intends to take the far-reaching measures set out in the EU Regulation 2022/1854 and how this may impact companies active in the Netherlands.
EU reaches provisional agreement on Emissions Trading System reform and Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
Last week, members of the European Parliament (“MEPs”) and the EU Council agreed to reform the EU Emissions Trading System (“ETS”) and reached a provisional agreement to introduce a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (“CBAM”).
03-11-2022Dutch implementation of EU solidarity contributionOn 1 November 2022, the Netherlands published a legislative proposal that implements the ‘solidarity contribution’ as outlined in the recently published EU regulation. We will briefly discuss the measures in this regulation, as well as the intended i
18-10-2022We are welcoming civil law notary Mark Rebergen as partner in the Energy & Infrastructure practiceLoyens & Loeff strengthens its expertise on Energy & Infrastructure as well as its real estate and notarial practices with the arrival of partner and civil law notary Mark Rebergen as of 1 January 2023.