Martin In de Braekt

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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08.04.2020 NL law
The Dutch government publishes an ambitious strategy and policy agenda on the development of the clean hydrogen market

Short Reads - The Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (“Minister”) presented the ‘Government strategy on hydrogen’ (Kabinetsvisie Waterstof, also available in English) by means of a letter addressed to the Dutch House of Representatives (Tweede Kamer) on 30 March 2020. With the presentation of its hydrogen strategy and policy agenda, the Dutch government has underlined its ambitions to use ‘the unique position of the Netherlands’ to develop a strong position for the Netherlands in the hydrogen market.

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17.07.2018 EU law
Proposal for the main features of the Climate Agreement published

Short Reads - After four months of negotiations involving approximately 100 parties, the proposal for the main features of the Climate Agreement (voorstel voor hoofdlijnen van een Klimaatakkoord – the "Proposal") was published on 10 July 2018. This blog outlines the background of the current negotiations in respect of the Climate Agreement in the Netherlands and describes several measures included in the Proposal.

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08.04.2020 NL law
The Dutch government publishes an ambitious strategy and policy agenda on the development of the clean hydrogen market

Short Reads - The Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (“Minister”) presented the ‘Government strategy on hydrogen’ (Kabinetsvisie Waterstof, also available in English) by means of a letter addressed to the Dutch House of Representatives (Tweede Kamer) on 30 March 2020. With the presentation of its hydrogen strategy and policy agenda, the Dutch government has underlined its ambitions to use ‘the unique position of the Netherlands’ to develop a strong position for the Netherlands in the hydrogen market.

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21.03.2019 NL law
15 aspects of Brexit you did not know

Short Reads - A Brexit without a deal, or with a deal that does not cover all relevant aspects, is still a potential scenario. We have highlighted a number of unexpected legal consequences of Brexit in such a no deal or incomplete deal scenario.

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20.04.2018 NL law
Impact of the Energy Transition Act (wet VET) on the activities of system operators and energy suppliers

Short Reads - Legislative background On 22 December 2015, the Dutch Senate rejected the legislative proposal "STROOM", which included provisions to effectuate the Dutch Energy Agreement (Energieakkoord), by the narrowest of margins. Subsequently, a substantively similar legislative proposal, the Energy Transition Act (wet VET) was tabled and then shelved, as it was declared "controversial" by the Dutch House of Representatives, meaning that debate on the proposal was postponed until the new Dutch government was in office.

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