SET-NAV Regional Workshop

At the Regional Workshop in Budapest modelling teams will present the main results and policy recommendations for the Pathways Scenarios. Pathways show four possible scenarios on how to reach the 2050 EU decarbonisation tartgets.


Waterworks section at the TDK student science competition at CUB

The Waterworks section of the TDK student science competition at the Corvinus University Budapest is open for students from all Hungarian universities

Introduction to water utility regulation 2019

Carbon prices are incresing - Will this accerelate energy transition?

The aim of the paper is to analyse the effects of the new ETS regulation on the carbon price and the wholesale electricity prices.

Governance bottlenecks to energy transition - country study for Hungary

ENABLE research project deliverable (D5.2)

The study is one of the 9 country studies prepared within the ENABLE.EU research project with the aim to explore the regulatory bottlenecks to energy transition, investigating the effectiveness of the institutional framework and policy implementation.

Cost-efficiency benchmarking of European renewable electricity support schemes

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

This paper assessesthe cost efficiency of renewable electricity (RES-E) support schemes in Europe for the 2000–2015 period based on data collected by CEER from national regulators.

Quo Vadis European Gas Market?

On the request of the European Comission REKK, in cooperation with EY, asessed the efficiency of the functioning of the EU's internal gas market and made recommendations to amend the present and improve its future regulatory framework.

REKK among the top think tanks of the world in 2017

The SEERMAP country and regional reports

The project has produced its final reports and the infographics summarising the project results, and are available on our website

The economic policy concept assisting sustainable water management and the execution of river basin management plans

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.

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Electricity markets

We cover wholesale electricity market regulation and market research, network issues and analyses for large consumers in our studies.

Natural gas markets

Our natural gas market analyses focus on network issues. We offer advice for the entire gas supply chain, regulatory authorities and consumers.

District heating markets

Our heat market activity targets mainly the district heating generators, supplyers and regulation.

Water economics

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.

Renewable energy

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

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