focuses his practice on the energy sector, including renewable energy projects (solar/PV, on- and offshore wind, biomass/biosteam), security of supply (capacity mechanisms and strategic reserves), grid tariffs, subsidy mechanisms (such as green energy certificates including State aid issues), production and supply licences, district heating, agreements (including corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and FIDIC agreements) and oil and gas regulations. Bram has experience with advising clients on EU and Belgian energy law. He is the author of several articles and publications about energy, speaks annually at the Flux 50 energy cluster “academy” and is an affiliated researcher at the KULeuven.
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