What adaptations do the continuous changes on the energy market require of you? How do you deal with the interplay of forces between deregulation, regulation and the supervisory authorities? The Energy Team of Kennedy Van der Laan considers it a challenge to help you find pragmatic legal solutions to your problems.
Well-established businesses in the energy sector
We work for various well-established businesses, but also for national and international newcomers on the Dutch energy markets. This work has given us the solid expertise that we can help you with. We advise on the legal aspects of the various Dutch energy markets, especially in mergers and acquisitions within the energy sector. We help draft commercial contracts for the supply of electricity, gas and coal. On behalf of clients we can also negotiate with supervisory authorities.
The Energy Team of Kennedy Van der Laan is able to find creative solutions, but is most of all knowledgeable. The Team has specialist knowledge on governmental supervision, competition, planning, mergers and acquisitions, financing and conflict resolution within your sector.
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Louis Bouchez and Maurits Bos, both corporate attorneys with vast experience in the (renewable) energy sector, contributed to the recently published...24 july 2014
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The Netherlands energy market is in turmoil. Regulations seem to lack clarity and direction, and often work at cross purposes. Domestic players...01 november 2007
On 21 November 2006 the Unbunding Act, changing the Electricity Act 1998 and the Gas Act, was adopted in the Senate. The Second Chamber had voted in...01 january 2007