Event Start:
09 Jun 2022 04:00 PM
Event End:
09 Jun 2022 06:30 PM
Offices of Loyens & Loeff, Tervurenlaan 2, 1040 Brussels
Event Summary:

IPFA Continental Europe
Belgian Offshore - Exciting Times Ahead

The development of the Princess Elisabeth Zone will almost triple the Belgian offshore wind production by installing up to 3.5 GW power.

Existing legislation dates back to the pioneer phase of Belgian offshore. European developments find their way into new regulations on the support mechanism and selection criteria which is vital for a sector and technology that have become even more sophisticated.

Join us as we discuss how to move the Belgian offshore industry forward and which hurdles may be met on the way.


4.00pm Registration

Key Note Address
An Stroobandt, Deputy Head of Cabinet Minister of Energy 

Presentation: Proposals for Regulatory Framework Princess Elisabeth Zone
Thomas Chellingsworth, Partner, Loyens & Loeff

Panel Discussion: Next phase for Belgian offshore wind: support mechanism, proposed qualitative selection criteria and potential obstacles
Moderator: Jan Missoul, Senior Associate, Loyens & Loeff

Panel members:
Cathy Suykens, Parkwind, Public Affairs and Sustainability Manager
Bert Derudder, KBC Bank, Senior Manager Project Finance Renewable Energy
Annemie Vermeylen, Belgian Offshore Platform, Secretary General
Jef Monballieu, Jan De Nul, Business Development Manager


Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by Loyens & Loeff


Loyens & Loeff


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