I am Martin In de Braekt Energy specialist

Martin In de Braekt

As the head of our energy and industry group, Martin has proven experience and understanding of the legal and business aspects in the energy and industry sectors.

Martin has acted as counsel to many energy and industrial companies in business and financial matters, creating tailored legal solutions. Furthermore, he has handled matters for sponsors, developers, contractors, lenders and other parties in energy and industrial projects, including project finance and litigation.

Martin has been admitted to both the Bar of Amsterdam (1988) and the Bar of Paris (1992), becoming a partner with our Amsterdam office in 1995.

He has a master’s in civil law and tax law from Leiden University.

  • Languages: Dutch, English, French, German
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 1988
  • Partner since: 1995

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23.10.2017 NL law
28 November 2017: Expert Meeting on the future of global and European offshore wind

Seminar - Offshore wind in North-West Europe is booming. Tenders are very successful and there is a tendency to develop offshore wind farms without governmental subsidies. During the Wind Europe Conference & Exhibition in RAI Amsterdam (28-30 November 2017) Stibbe and Pondera Consult are organising a high-level Expert Meeting on the future of global and European offshore wind on Tuesday 28 November from 15:00-18:30 hours at Stibbe.

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05.07.2017 NL law
New approach Dutch offshore wind tenders

Short Reads - On 28 June 2017, the Minister of Economic Affairs announced in a letter to Parliament that the tender for sites I and II of the Hollandse Kust (zuid) wind farm is scheduled to open in autumn. As the Minister cannot exclude the possibility that a non-subsidised bid will be submitted, the tender will first open for non-subsidised bids only. If no, or only non-qualifying, bids are received in this first phase, a tender procedure including subsidies will take place.

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19.07.2017 EU law
Mixed results in recent arbitral awards concerning Spain’s renewable energy policy

Short Reads - Frequent changes to the regulatory framework governing renewable energy generation in Spain have given rise to an almost unprecedented amount of investor-State arbitration cases. Spain, which is a Contracting Party to the 1994 Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), is respondent in no less than 33 ECT cases. Since many of these cases were registered from 2011 onwards, it is to be expected that a significant number of these cases will be resolved in the near future.

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