Stek successful for Eneco in landmark dispute with CertiQ

Stek has successfully represented Eneco in a preliminary relief procedure before the Administrative High Court for Trade and Industry (CBb) against a decision of the Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (the Minister) represented by CertiQ B.V. CertiQ had refused to accept English certificates of origin (REGO’s) in the Netherlands.

By judgment of 20 November 2018 CBb ordered the Minister to accept the REGO’s in the Netherlands. Click here for the judgment (in Dutch).

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