Provided by Damien Verhoeven
Damien Verhoeven is Partner in the Regulatory Department and heads Liedekerke's energy practice. He specialises in energy law (electricity, gas, oil; incl. renewables, industrial gasses and petrochemicals) at all market levels. Damien has broad experience in energy regulation (incl. European, Belgian, Flemish and Walloon energy law) and in other legal matters applied to the energy sector (project development, permits, litigation, M&A, contracts, taxation and support schemes, etc.).
Damien joined Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick in 2000 and became a Partner in 2013.
One of the leading figures in the energy sector, Damien Verhoeven is playing an active role in Belgium's transition from fossil fuels and nuclear energy to renewable power sources. He advises clients on the development of renewable energy plants and on energy storage projects. He also assists clients with regulatory matters, such as consumer protection regulations and capacity remuneration issues, as well as representing them in contentious matters. A client enthuses that Damien Verhoeven is "an excellent lead lawyer, with a very hands-on mentality," and appreciates the fact that he "listens and takes feedback from us into account."