Dorte Fouquet

Becker Büttner Held (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Dr. Dörte Annemarie Fouquet, born in 1957 in Recklinhausen / Germany, is since 2010 partner with bbh law firm. Before joining she was since beginning of 1993 partner of the law firm Kuhbier.law firm and German lawyer in Brussels. She is admitted as an attorney at the Hanseatische Oberlandesgericht in Hamburg and Membre Associé du Barreau de Bruxelles. During her professional career Mrs Fouquet specialised in various legal aspects of energy, environmental, competition and administrative law. Her major focus in counseling is on issues in the field of Energy Law, especially in relation to Renewable Energies, Energy Efficiency, grid regulations and competition law. She also works in the area of industrial environmental legislation especially on regulations in the field of environment, energy, trade law, competition law, as in general on standard-setting on the base of Best Available Technology Principle and the realistic planning towards approximation of EU legislation, enforcement and application. Before she became an independent European lawyer, Dr. Fouquet had a longstanding career as administrative lawyer in the administration concerning energy and environment in the German state City of Hamburg. She has a thorough experience of working with national, international and in particular European institutions as well as with national and international NGOs as well as in the administrative support to major RTD projects within the EC framework programmes.

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Adrien de Hauteclocque, Dorte Fouquet, François Lévêque, Jean-Michel Glachant, Leigh Hancher, Marcelo Saguan, Patrick Thieffry, Sébastien Douguet, Vincent Rious Nouvelles interactions et tensions entre la politique énergétique européenne et l’approche de la Commission en matière d’aides d’État

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The growing number of challenges on energy policy that the European Union faces call for a review and an update of the current mechanisms implemented for market integration and energetic transition. A new paradigm regarding the utilisation of State aid by EU member States to serve national and (...)

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