Our training activities cover the whole world: since 2004, more than 1500 energy experts from nearly 100 countries attended to our courses.
Competition and Regulation 2015
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences has published an English-language digest of the yearbook Competition and Regulation. Three studies authored by REKK experts were selected for the volume.
Renewable Energy Regulation course
22-26 February 2016, Budapest
The emphasis of the training is put on the discussion of three specific areas: the promotion and regulation of renewable energies, the operation of emerging greenhouse gas markets and the regulatory tools of controlling local pollutions.
Towards 2030-Dialogue project
Towards 2030-dialogue intends to facilitate and guide the RES policy dialogue for the period towards 2030. This strategic initiative aims for an intense stakeholder dialogue that establishes a European vision of a joint future RES policy framework.
Support for Low-Emission Development in South Eastern Europe (SLED)
The objective of the SLED project is to help policy makers in Albania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to set realistic but ambitious decarbonisation pathways for their electricity sectors up to 2030.
Introduction to water utility regulation
7-11 of March, 2016 - Budapest
The level of the course is introductory: it aims to provide basic, but comprehensive training to the personnel of water regulatory authorities and water utilities.
Short-term effects of the Ukrainian crisis on the security of gas supply in Central-Eastern Europe and Hungary
Competition and regulation 2015
In this paper the vulnerability and the short term resilience of the European gas market to supply side shocks are modelled.
Newly published: Hungarian Energy Market Report Q3 2015
From the contents: Looking ahead to Hungary’s next gas deal with Russia | Gas infrastructure – Regional priority projects in Central and South Eastern Europe | A fourth energy package? Summer proposals to amend EU energy market regulations
Accounts Simulation for Tariffs and Effluent Charges - our model to support water utilities' economic decisions
An integrated view on the uses, the infrastructure, the resource and the watershed.
Our electricity market model covers 28 countries and simulates the generation of 3000 power plants. It allows infrastructure investment evaluation and price forecasts.
Our gas market model can be applied for evaluating infrastructure investment, analysing crisis situations and impact assessment of regulatory changes.
We cover wholesale electricity market regulation and market research, network issues and analyses for large consumers in our studies.
Our natural gas market analyses focus on network issues. We offer advice for the entire gas supply chain, regulatory authorities and consumers.
Our heat market activity targets mainly the district heating generators, supplyers and regulation.
Our work focuses on the economic aspects of water utilities, river basin management and flood risk with a comprehensive approach on water uses along the water cycle.
A global outreach
We provide one-week long intensive education courses and e-learning trainings since 2004 for the regulators of the ERRA countries covering various areas of the energy sector.Read more
The aim of the course is to prepare the executives and chief executives of energy companies to the global economic and environmental challenges.Read more