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Kocián Šolc Balaštík
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Czech Republic
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Work Department

Energy Law, Environmental Law




KSB partner Tomas Sequens has been involved in many commercial transactions which have environmental and energy aspects. He advises KSB clients on their strategies within transitioning to a circular and CO2 free economy, and he has participated in providing comments on many draft environmental and energy bills, such as the Czech RES Act and the Czech End-of-Life Products Act. Tomas has recently advised Czech Radioactive Waste Repository Authority, the organizational body of the Czech Republic, within the project of the construction and future operation of a long-term nuclear waste storage facility; REMA companies in the area of the operation of its EPR systems (including a waste-packaging EPR system); Green Gas DPB on the operation of its mine gas distribution networks, including the operation and regulation of its cogeneration units using mine gas; Asental Land with respect to reclaiming its land plots which were polluted during historical coal mining activities as well as with respect to the construction of a set of FVEs; and ENERGY Ústí nad Labem within the operation of its heating plant and its environmental transformation.




Czech Bar Association

Czech Society for Environmental Law

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Czech Republic > Projects and energy

At Kocián Šolc Balaštík, the department’s scope of work includes the planning, development, and implementation of heat and power generation instalments, and the construction of power facilities. Additionally, the team offers advice on the development of renewable energy sources, public contracts, compliance concerns, and energy project financing. Recent highlights include assisting clients with the operation of new power plants, nuclear waste management, and distribution grids. The team is jointly led by Václav Rovenský, who specialises in energy construction projects and related regulatory concerns, and Tomáš Sequens, who handles the environmental elements of commercial transactions. Sylvie Sobolová is a notable member of the group and covers public procurement and state aid work.