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The spread, support and long term effects of renewables is a central topic of our research.

The effects of increased deployment of household PV generation and proposals for the modification of the present support schemeUploaded: 19 of June, 2015

The study evaluates the current support mechanism related to photovoltaic electricity generation, which presently accounts for the vast majority of small-scale household electricity supply in Hungary. Under three assumed PV capacity development scenarios ...

Stakeholder seminar for the Towards the European Energy Union conferenceUploaded: 20 of May, 2015

The Danube Region Energy Strategy has organised its 2nd Annual Stakeholder Workshop on the 20th of March 2015 in Brussels. The general overview for the three thematic sessions was given by REKK.

A new Hungarian RES-E support regime conceptUploaded: 1 of May, 2015

According to the new EU Guideline, from 2017 either a green certificate system has to be introduced, or renewable based electricity generation can be supported through a bidding process based renewable premium, but feed-in tariffs are conform to this ...

Evaluation of environmental policy alternativesEconomic evaluation of the benefits of environmental protection measuresUploaded: 1 of March, 2015

The goal of this research was the preparation of a guide for environmental policy makers based on the international literature of environmental valuation, in order to improve the efficiency of policy decisions, incorporating the monetised value of ...

The channelling of European experiences to the prospective reform of the Hungarian renewable energy support regulationUploaded: 1 of February, 2015

The 2009/28/EC Directive requires from Hungary a 13% share renewable energy in gross final energy consumption in 2020. This target has been elevated by the National Renewable Action Plan to 14.65%. In the meantime, the European Commission has published ...

Low Carbon South East EuropeUploaded: 1 of January, 2015

The LOCSEE (Low Carbon South East Europe) project aims to build the capacities of public and other institutions dealing with climate change, and to strengthen the involvement of key stakeholders in policy development across the SEE region.The project ...

Issue paper on the contribution of renewables and energy efficiency to gas securityTowards 2030 Dialogue projectUploaded: 1 of November, 2014

This fact-finding paper seeks to identify recent trends in natural gas use and import dependencies in twelve rather vulnerable EU Member States and to analyse the potential to reduce insecurity of external gas supplies of these countries in the short and ...

Renewable district heating support schemes 2030Towards 2030 Dialogue projectUploaded: 1 of August, 2014

The Towards2030-dialogue project 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 ...

Danube Region RES-E Monitoring ProjectUploaded: 1 of December, 2013

In this project REKK surveyed 14 Danube Region (DR) countries (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Montenergo, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine) concerning their renewable electricity ...

Regulatory Practices Supporting Deployment of Renewable Generators through Enhanced Network ConnectionERRA-NARUC Joint Issue PaperUploaded: 1 of October, 2013

The objective of the issue paper is to assess the role of four non-tariff regulatory issues in RES-E deployment: methods applied to determine the volume of intermittent RES-E capacity that can be connected to the public grid, queue management, connection ...