Our training activities cover the whole world: since 2004, more than 2000 energy experts from nearly 100 countries attended to our courses.
Regulatory implications of the European Union "Clean Energy" package
MEKSZ-REKK Workshop, Budapest
REKK among the top think tanks of the world in 2017
SEERMAP Renewable Energy Training, Sofia
SEERMAP project, Sofia
The course brings together energy experts, think tanks, regulators and policy makers of Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Turkey to share knowledge on RES integration issues. The course is an important element of the SEERMAP project capacity building part.
Analysing the implementation of Art. 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED)
The European Commission has published REKK's study on the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive in the EU-28.
Modelling policy options in the district heating sector, with a focus on renewable consumption
Economic Review vol. LXIII., November 2016.
Various policy options are brought in and their impacts assessed on heat production prices and the ratio of renewable based heat production. The article was published in the Hungarian Economic Review.
Was it worth building the SK-HU gas natural interconnector?
We argue that construction of the interconnector opened competition against the dominant supplier and worked as a bargaining chip in the renegotiation of the LTC. We estimate that the SK-HU interconnector was paid back in less than six months.
Assessment of the EU 10% interconnection target in the context of CO2 mitigation
Climate Policy 2016
Can we improve the 10% interconnection target of the EU? Should we focus on countries or rather on borders? How would it affect carbon emmissions in Europe? Our article explores these issues with the application of the European Electricity Market Model.
Market integration and tariffs in the CESEC region
This paper addresses the relationship between cross-border gas transmission tariffs (mostly entry-exit tariffs) and regional cross-border gas trading between CESEC countries.
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