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Stek successfully fends off civil claim of Nobian for Stedin

Stek has successfully represented energy distribution system operator Stedin Netbeheer B.V. (“Stedin”) in fending off a civil claim of Nobian Industrial Chemicals B.V. (“Nobian”). Before the Rotterdam District Court Nobian claimed that the court should order Stedin with transmission system operator TenneT TSO B.V. jointly and severally liable for payment…

Stek assists Stedin in dispute on statutory information obligations

Stek successfully represented energy distribution system operator Stedin in summary proceedings before the Rotterdam District Court. The dispute arose against the backdrop of congestion on the high-voltage grid of the national transmission system operator TenneT at the port of Rotterdam. Stedin was sued by one of its customers, a multinational…

Stek assists Stedin in transport capacity dispute

Stek successfully represented energy distribution system operator Stedin in summary proceedings before the Rotterdam District Court. Stedin was sued by one of its customers, a large construction company, who demanded that Stedin offer transport capacity on its electricity network. Stedin refused to do so because of congestion on the high-voltage…

Stek successful for Liander in transport capacity dispute

Stek successfully represented energy distribution system operator Liander in summary proceedings before the North Holland District Court against one of its customers. The customer, a horticulturist who also generates energy, was causing problems on the electricity grid by using too much transport capacity. Liander successfully claimed that the customer should…

Stek advises Stedin on EUR 500 million equity investment by the Dutch State

Stek has advised grid operator Stedin Group on its EUR 500 million equity contribution agreement with the Dutch State. Stedin, the Dutch State and the Shareholders’ Committee of Stedin Group have reached agreement on an equity investment by the Dutch State in Stedin. As a result, the Dutch State will…

Stek victorious for Liander in contractual dispute on transport capacity

Stek successfully represented distribution system operator Liander in preliminary relief proceedings on the interpretation of a standard provision in the connection and transport agreement. The proceedings took place against the background of increasing shortages of transport capacity on the electricity grid in The Netherlands. The central issue…

Stek victorious for electricity distribution companies in dispute before ACM on standard payment term

Stek has successfully represented electricity distribution companies Enexis Netbeheer, Liander and Stedin Netbeheer in a dispute resolution procedure before the Dutch energy regulator (ACM) initiated by a collective of the large Dutch real estate managers. The real estate managers had submitted a complaint arguing that the payment term of the…

Stek advises Enexis Group on the sale of Fudura to PGGM Infrastructure Fund and DIF Capital Partners

Stek has advised Enexis Group on the sale of all shares in the capital of Fudura B.V. through a controlled auction process to a consortium of PGGM Infrastructure Fund (PGGM) and DIF Capital Partners (DIF). PGGM and DIF intend to each acquire 50% of the shares of Fudura B.V. Closing…

Stek successful for Liander in appeal before the CBb

Stek has successfully represented Liander in appeal before the Adminitrative High Court for Trade and Industry (CBb). A wind park operator appealed the decision of energy regulator ACM, in which the ACM ruled that Liander was allowed to charge the costs of a cable route study pursuant to sector-specific…

Stek victorious for Liander in transport capacity dispute

Stek has successfully represented energy distribution company Liander in a preliminary ruling procedure against one of its customers. The customer, connected to Liander’s electricity network in Noord-Holland, ignored a transport capacity cap imposed on him by Liander because of congestion in the electricity network. The customer did not comply…

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