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William Villalobos

His professional practice has focused on the legal structuring of public-private participation models in Telecommunications, Infocommunications, Power Generation and Renewable Energy Projects. Also, hi has experience in Litigation in Contentious-Administrative matters, as well in multiple Administrative Proceedings before Regulatory Agencies.

In 2018 was recognized as a one of the 100 highlighting most influential in-house lawyers in Energy & TMT practice in Central America by The Legal 500 GC Powerlist: Central America 2018. Also, in 2019 he was included as a LACCA Member.

Auxiliary Services: Essential For The Electricity Grid Of Costa Rica

The proper and safe operation of an electrical network requires not only energy, but also other elements that ensure the stability and quality of the energy provided. These types of services are known in the industry as Auxiliary Network Services.

Towards a new regulatory model in distributed generation

The proposal for a bill incorporating the concept of distributed energy resources is an extremely positive step for our country, since it promotes the incorporation of new technologies to encourage the use of clean energy in the country and is a complement to the current "Minae Distributed Generation Regulation".

Administrative Constracting in Covid-19 Times:  Alterntives Against Contractual Imprevisibility

The difficult situation that the country is experiencing as a result of the covid-19, forces us to make some clarifications regarding the impact that it could have, both for the Contracting Administration and for the Contractors.