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

Modelling the Hungarian renewable district heating productionEnergiagazdálkodás 2015 - journal articlesPublished: 1 of September, 2015

In this article, we demonstrate an own-developed district heating model. We simulate the Hungarian district heating sector with this tool – focusing on renewable district heating production - in different policy regimes.

The assessment of 10 % interconnection target: security of supply, market integration and CO2 impactsDIW Working Paper 2015 - other articlesPublished: 1 of September, 2015

The aims of the present paper are twofold. First, it analyses the applicability of the 10% interconnection indicator with respect to medium/long term security of supply and market integration: Does it accurately consider the SOS situation of the Member ...

Twinning: lessons for a South—North climate policy contextClimate Policy 2009 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of September, 2015

Twinning is an innovative tool utilized in the EU enlargement process. It is designed to strengthen the institutional capacities of the candidate countries to implement the acquis communautaire. Twinning involves the long-term secondment of a Member ...

A top-down approach to identify the most important natural gas cross-border infrastructure projectsDIW Working Paper 2015 - working papersPublished: 17 of June, 2015

Well-conceived infrastructure development is the key to a fully integrated gas market as depicted in the Energy Union Package. Physical interconnection is the hardware that enables security of supply, which has become a particularly high priority issue ...

Turkish Stream’s Implications for EU Gas Infrastructure DevelopmentNew Atlanticist 2015 - other articlesPublished: 4 of June, 2015

Since South Stream’s termination in early December 2014, governments in Central and Southeast Europe (CSEE) have championed a litany of pan-regional pipeline proposals to carry gas from Russia’s planned delivery point in Ipsala, Turkey via the Balkans to ...

Building the Internal Gas Market at the Border: The Importance of EU External Policy with Turkey and Russiajournal articlesPublished: 26 of April, 2015

This paper assesses the EU’s energy relations with Russia and Turkey and argues that theEU should employ more proactive engagement going forward. In the context of Europe’sdeclining indigenous production, Russia’s high aggregate market share should be ...

Can Gazprom Really Cut Out Ukrainian Transit Post-South Stream?New Atlanticist 2015 - other articlesPublished: 9 of April, 2015

Despite an unceremonious end to the controversial South Stream mega-pipeline, Russia remains outspoken and determined in its effort to carve Ukraine entirely out of its European natural gas deliveries which accounted for 62 billion cubic meters (bcm) of ...

Issue paper on the contribution of renewables and energy efficiency to gas securityTowards 2030 Dialogue project - working papersPublished: 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 ...

The EU’s 2030 climate and energy framework and energy securityClimate Strategies 2014 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of September, 2014

Climate Strategies has published The EU’s 2030 Climate and Energy Framework and Energy Security study, which contains chapters written by REKK's researchers. The focus of the study assesses the effect of EU's climate policy on the gas security of supply ...

Impact of the Hungarian renewable based power generation on electricity priceVezetéstudomány 2014 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of August, 2014

The aim of this paper is to answer the question whether the support of renewable power generation could decrease the wholesale and retail electricity prices. The latter one includes the support of renewables. Several studies point out that not only the ...