SEE Legal Energy & Renewables, Utilities & Natural Resources Practice Group at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law

SEE Legal Energy & Renewables, Utilities & Natural Resources Practice Group at the Vienna Forum on European Energy Law

The SEE Legal energy partners, Armela Lippmann (Maric & Co), Alexander Chatalbashev (BOYANOV & Co.) and Dragoljub Cibulic (BDK Advokati) attended the 7th Vienna Forum on European Energy Law, organised by the Energy Community on 19-20 September 2019 in Vienna.

The Vienna Forum on European Energy Law, a joint initiative of the Energy Community Secretariat and Energy Union Law Area of the Florence School of Regulation (RSCAS, EUI) inspired and promoted the discussion on the energy issues currently facing the EU and its neighbouring countries such as Chinese investments in Europe’s energy sectors, legal aspects of renewable energy, private enforcement of environmental and climate law, etc.

Each year, the Forum draws a considerable level of interest and has successively grown, bringing together representatives from EU institutions, academics, and representatives from regulatory authorities alongside industry members and energy-focused law firms and consultancies. The SEE Legal Energy & Renewables, Utilities & Natural Resources Practice Group’s partners enjoyed the great networking opportunity besides everything else.

The SEE Legal energy partners, Armela Lippmann (Maric & Co), Alexander Chatalbashev (BOYANOV & Co.) and Dragoljub Cibulic (BDK Advokati) attended the 7th Vienna Forum on European Energy Law, organised by the Energy Community on 19-20 September 2019 in Vienna.

The Vienna Forum on European Energy Law, a joint initiative of the Energy Community Secretariat and Energy Union Law Area of the Florence School of Regulation (RSCAS, EUI) inspired and promoted the discussion on the energy issues currently facing the EU and its neighbouring countries such as Chinese investments in Europe’s energy sectors, legal aspects of renewable energy, private enforcement of environmental and climate law, etc.

Each year, the Forum draws a considerable level of interest and has successively grown, bringing together representatives from EU institutions, academics, and representatives from regulatory authorities alongside industry members and energy-focused law firms and consultancies. The SEE Legal Energy & Renewables, Utilities & Natural Resources Practice Group’s partners enjoyed the great networking opportunity besides everything else.