Stek victorious for Liander before ACM on costs cable route study

Stek has successfully represented energy distribution company Liander in a dispute resolution procedure before the Dutch energy regulator (ACM) initiated by a large wind park operator. The wind producer claimed that Liander had invoiced it for the costs of a cable route study in violation of the sector-specific rules.

By decision of 19 November 2020 ACM dismissed the complaint and ruled that Liander could charge the costs as part of its connection service.

Please click here for the news release and the decision of ACM (in Dutch).

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