Renewable Energy and Social Acceptability: the Expertise of Pierre-Luc Desgagné Is Recognized in His Practice Area
The expertise of Pierre-Luc Desgagné, a partner in the business law group at Langlois lawyers, was recognized on two occasions last week.
He first of all participated in a round-table discussion on the future of the wind-energy industry in Quebec, at the CanWEA Annual Conference and Exhibition in Montreal from October 3rd to October 5th, organized by the Canadian Wind Energy Association.
In addition, some portions of his remarks at the conference were featured in an article by François Desjardins in the October 6th edition of newspaper Le Devoir, entitled: L’industrie éolienne québécoise jouit d’une image positive, mais elle doit poursuivre l’éducation.
In the article Pierre-Luc is reported as saying “In my new life in private practice I see many efforts being deployed, but sometimes issues arise when the time comes to actually implement a project in certain regions. The industry should not wait until these issues become part of a public debate, but tackle them at the very outset.”
This acknowledgement of Pierre-Luc’s experience in the renewable energy field is very useful for the firm and its clients.