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Drakopoulos Among Plethora of Firms Advising European Commission on Directive 2018/2001 Transposition Review

Drakopoulos Among Plethora of Firms Advising European Commission on Directive 2018/2001 Transposition Review

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Drakopoulos has advised the European Commission's Directorate-General for Energy on reviewing the transposition process of Directive 2018/2001 (RED II) on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources into the Greek legal framework. Dimitrov Petrov & Co, Kirm Perpar, Wardynski & Partners, and Kinstellar Croatian affiliate Zuric i Partneri advised on the transposition review in Bulgaria, Slovenia, Poland, and Croatia, respectively. CLM Bitai & Partners and Vojcik & Partners also reportedly advised the European Commission.

"RED II is part of the EU’s ambitious 2030 climate plan as well as renewable energy targets for member states," Drakopoulos informed.

The DPC team included Partner Pencho Stanchev and Associate Alexander Georgiev.

The Kirm Perpar team included Partner Jan Gorjup and Senior Associate Sana Koudila.

The Wardynski & Partners team was led by Partner Igor Hanas and included Senior Associate Marek Dolatowski and Associates Rafal Pytko and Jagna Krotoska.

The Kinstellar team was led by Managing Associate Marija Vuchetich and included Counsel Daniela Mayer and Associate Kristina Marinov.

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