Frederik Vandendriessche

I am Frederik Vandendriessche
Procurement Law specialist
Public Law specialist

Frederik Vandendriessche

Frederik has a firm command of the theory behind his specialist area of public law, and applies that knowledge successfully.

His expertise covers a broad spectrum of public law matters including subsidies, public law companies, hospitals and care sector, public-private partnerships (PPP), public procurement, utilities (energy, e-communication, transport, harbour services, postal services) and legal protection against government intervention.

Frederik is a professor at the University of Ghent (UGent) lecturing energy law.

  • Languages: Dutch, French, English
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 1997
  • Partner since: 2006

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30.04.2019 EU law
Climate goals and energy targets: legal perspectives

Seminar - On Tuesday April 30th, Stibbe organizes a seminar on climate goals and energy targets. Climate change has incited different international and supranational institutions to issue climate goals and renewable energy targets. Both the UN and the EU have led this movement with various legal instruments.

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10.01.2019 BE law
De vrijwaring van de Vlaamse strategische belangen tegen vijandige buitenlandse investeerders

Articles - Op 1 januari 2019 trad het Vlaamse Bestuursdecreet in werking. Dit decreet bevat – naast diverse generieke bepalingen betreffende de relatie tussen burger en overheid enerzijds, en de organisatie en werking van de overheid anderzijds – een specifieke regeling, die de strategische belangen van Vlaanderen moet vrijwaren.  

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21.12.2018 EU law
The 'Clean energy for all Europeans'-Package: Key changes for renewables

Articles - On 21 December 2018 a substantial part of the long-awaited Clean Energy Package was published in the Official Journal, notably the recast Renewable Energy Directive (EU) 2018/2001 (hereafter the “recast RED”), the Energy Efficiency Directive 2018/2002 as well as the new Energy Union and Climate Action Governance Regulation (EU) 2018/1999. This legislation enters into force on 24 December 2018; the directives have to be implemented by 30 June 2021 resp. 25 June 2020. This blog post discusses the key changes for renewable electricity projects pursuant to the cited legislation.

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