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Arbitration Panel

Conflict resolution

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Anybody can file a complaint against a decision (or absence of a decision) of mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放’s Board, or against the way the mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放 rules are being implemented. The complaint has to be directed to the mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放 Board and will be brought to the attention of the mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放 Advisory Group.

The mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放 Board has to react within three months to complaints coming from:

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  • Companies selling mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放
  • Electricity producers (or their representatives) in the case of decisions about the eligibility of their production installations.

If parties responsible for the complaint don’t agree with the Board’s reaction, and if they belong to one of the three above mentioned categories, they can refer the case to mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放’s Arbitration Panel.

Composition and procedure

mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放’s Arbitration Panel consists of a minimum of three experts nominated by the Advisory Group and appointed by the mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放 Board. An appointment is valid for five years.

In the Arbitration Panel, there is one reserved seat for an expert on environmental issues and one for an expert on renewable electricity. The relevant stakeholder groups will get the opportunity to suggest candidates. At least one member of the Arbitration Panel has to be a jurist (Master’s degree in Law).

Click here for the rules and proceedings of mm131性感美女图片_一级毛片全部免费播放’s arbitration panel.

The three permanent members of the Arbitration Panel are:

  • Mr Peter De Smedt, President of the Arbitration Panel
    Peter De Smedt is an environmental lawyer from Belgium. He has longstanding experience as a lawyer and as advisor of environmental organisations, public authorities (Flemish region and municipalities), and companies. He is a member of a large number of official advisory councils.
    See the website of his law firm for more information.
  • Ms Vera Dua
    Vera Dua was active in the Belgian (Flemish) Green Party from the 1980s to 2011. She was the Flemish Minister of the Environment and Agriculture from 1999 to 2003. After she left politics, she became very active in several organisations promoting sustainable development. Since 2013 she has been the chairperson of Bond Beter Leefmilieu, the Flemish umbrella organization of Environmental organisations.
  • Mr Peter Niermeyer
    Peter Niermeyer is the former Secretary-General of RECS International.
    Click here for his LinkedIn profile.