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The French Government has launched the initiative #PlaceAuSoleil (literally “a way for the sun”) and Total and EDF have both announced massive investment in the PV sector in the coming years. The future seems bright for the PV market in France, yet some complications and hitches must still be ironed out.
“The formation of AEEC was a necessity and the cooperation is a boost to our overall performance.
If there were no AEEC you would have to invent it – immediately.“
Prof. Dr. Joan Prat, Prat Rubi Advocats, Spain
“With AEEC shared expertise turns to joint projects.”
Prof. Christian Held, BBH, Germany
“Thanks to the AEEC we are always up to date concerning recent developments in the
European Energy sector. And even more important: We are able to discuss and interpret them together.”
Andrew Whitehead, Shakespeare Martineau, UK
“Our clients benefit in many ways from the complex network we can provide with the AEEC.
We can recommend them highly qualified law firms throughout Europe
because we know for sure every one of them does great job.”
“Everytime a foreign company wants to invest in a domestic project, e.g. a wind energy plant,
there are different domestic laws and legal fields involved.
And that´s when you need the shared expertise of the AEEC.”