Remy Coin holds a doctorate in Public Law, a DESS in local government administration, a bachelor’s degree in history, and he currently teaches courses at Sciences-Po Paris on Corporate Energy Law, at Université Paris 1 Sorbonne on Network Law in the Master of Energy program, and at the Faculty of Law of Strasbourg on Natural Gas Regulation and Transmission.
His practice focuses on the fields of energy and energy regulation, in which he has acquired significant experience through the positions he has held within the EDF Group, where he was subsequently in-house lawyer in the group’s national legal department focusing on the area of production and transmission, legal director of EDF-Commerce, Regional Director of EDF in the Champagne-Ardenne region, and lastly General Secretary to the Board of Directors. He has also held a variety of positions within the Engie Group, including Head of the Public Law, Criminal Law, and Environmental Law Department, and General Counsel of GRTgaz.
Remy Coin was General Counsel to the French Energy Regulation Commission. From 2008-2018, he was a Commercial Magistrate (at the Commercial Court of Bobigny where he was the the President of the Chamber and Judge of emergency interim proceedings and later at the Commercial Court of Nanterre, where he was also in charge of emergency interim proceedings).
Rémy Coin counsels and defends producers and electricity and natural gas transmission and distribution infrastructure operators on issues related to market and network access in their regulatory and European dimensions.