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In this section we listed our papers published in academic journals, books and other pieces not published by REKK.

What can the EU do to address the high natural gas prices?Energy Policy - scholarly articlesPublished: 12 of December, 2022

Natural gas prices worldwide increased on the back of the COVID economic recovery in 2021. European prices skyrocketed when the dominant external supplier, Gazprom, started to withhold supplies in Q4 2021. This analysis uses market modelling to assess ...

Energy Sufficiency in the Household Sector of Lithuania and Hungary: The Case of Heated Floor Areascholarly articlesPublished: 3 of December, 2022

Economic development and rising welfare lead to higher demand for energy services, which can limit or even negate the results of costly energy efficiency (EE) upgrades. At present, some consumption patterns in Central and Eastern European countries are ...

A modelling-based assessment of EU supported natural gas projects of common interestEnergy Policy volume 166 (2022) - scholarly articlesPublished: 9 of September, 2022

Between 2013 and 2020 the EU set up a complex institutional system to select and support the implementation of energy infrastructure projects that are of European interest (PCIs). EUR 1. 4 billion EU support was awarded to 16 natural gas projects between ...

Multiobjective and social cost-benefit optimisation for a sustainable hydrogen supply chain: Application to HungaryApplied Energy Volume 325 - scholarly articlesPublished: 9 of September, 2022

This article presents a comprehensive approach to design hydrogen supply chains (HSCs) targeting industrial and mobility markets. Even if the inclusion of sustainability criteria is paramount, only a few studies simultaneously consider economic ...

Is border carbon adjustment the right tool for the power sector?Climate Policy - scholarly articlesPublished: 5 of March, 2022

Carbon leakage occurs in any carbon pricing regime that is not global, which means all of them so far. That is inherently unfair to sectors that are subject to a carbon price but compete with those that are not. The European Green Deal aims to rectify ...

The role of economic instruments in addressing conflicts of interest in water: allocation of scarce water resourcesHungarian Journal of Hydrology 2021. Volume 101 Special Issue - scholarly articlesPublished: 24 of February, 2021

Predictable access to sufficient water is one of the cornerstones of social well-being, but unlimited resources are available to a lower and lower extent in much of the world. Hungary's position is good for the time being, but there are signs of ...

Mapping of affordability levels for photovoltaic-based electricity generation in Africa, East AsiaScientific Report - scholarly articlesPublished: 5 of February, 2021

The article shows that, compared with diesel-powered electricity generation systems, solar photovoltaic systems are more affordable to no less than 36% of the unelectrified populations in East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. Available at the ...

Modelling Bidding Behaviour on German Photovoltaic AuctionsEnergies 2021, 14(2) - scholarly articlesPublished: 19 of January, 2021

In this article renewable energy support allocation through different types of auctions are assessed: uniform pricing is compared to pay-as-bid auctions. The applied methodological framework is auction theory and an extended LCOE calculation, based on ...

Rerouting Europe's gas transit landscape - Effects of Russian natural gas infrastructure strategy on the V4Energy Policy, volume 146 (2020) - scholarly articlesPublished: 24 of August, 2020

The Russian gas transit through Ukraine and the possibility of circumnavigating the historically dominant route poses a serious challenge to European gas markets. With the application of market modelling tools, this paper examines Russian export ...

Environmental assessment of future electricity mix – Linking an hourly economic model with LCAJournal of Cleaner Production - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of May, 2020

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an increasingly widespread method for the environmental accounting of products and services. Since almost all production processes use grid electricity, the environmental impact of power generation plays a key role in LCA.