The Interface between EU Energy, Environmental and Competition Law in Spain
This article is a part of an OGEL Special issues examining the Interface between EU Energy, Environmental and Competition Law. This article approaches the topic from the Spanish perspective. It responds to questions relating to the role of sector-specific energy regulation and general competition law, and it examines the sometimes uneasy relationship between competition, security and promotion of green energy production. It also covers Treaty amendments and developments in both the sector regulation and the case law, and includes issues on climate change, energy trading, and security of supply.