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|Title:||Energy and Environment in Spain|
|Authors:||CISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos; HIDALGO Ignacio|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The National Energy Commission was created in April of 2000, joining with the preparatory work of the National Electrcity System Commission) Cpomisión del Sistema Eléctrico Nacional, CSEN), from 1994 to 1997, and that of the National Commission for the Electricity System (Comisión Nacional del Sistema eléctrico, CNSE), thereafter. The passing years have witnessed profound transformations in differente areas of our economy which have meant, specifically, a real change of coordinates for the Spanish energy sector. Driven by very diverse variables, from regulatory, econmic and business, to technological, the subsectors of petroleum, gas and electricity, subject to regulatory overseeing, have been entering a new scenario governed by the market, very different to the initial scene. In this work, at the same time as commemorating ten years of energy regulation in Spain, a set of analyses on Spain's position in the new international energy panorama is also offered, including the positioning of our energy companies and the structure of the markets in wich they are involved. All these aspects try to bring the clarity required by the regulator, in a setting of difficult challenges, to achieve its mission.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Prospective Technological Studies|
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