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REKK Comment on the new Hungarian renewable electricity support schemeResearch paper

The European Commission has approved the new Hungarian renewable electricity support system (METÁR) in the middle of June, 2017. Accordingly, the Hungarian Ministry of National Development published the proposed new legislation for public ...

Electricity Market Integration 2.0 in Central and South East Europe2nd Central and South East Europe Energy Policy ForumEvent

The regional energy policy forum organised by the Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, CUB (REKK), the European Commission and the REKK Foundation has discussed the new phase of electricity market integration proposed by the European Commission's ...

Renewable energyArticle

The Winter Packagepays special attention to renewable energy since it is one of the main forms of "clean energy deserved by all Europeans”. It is a proposal that will amend the 2009 Renewable Directive, adding more layers to the existing regulations that ...

A methodology for maximizing the benefits of solar landfills on closed sitesRenewable and Sustainable Energy ReviewsResearch paper

Local urban planning has become concerned over clean energy technologies development on greenfield land that may lead to competition in land use. Solar photovoltaic systems on agriculture land is an indicative example of this disputed strategy. At the ...

Revised renewable statisticResearch paper

The deviation between the Hungarian statistical figures of forest biomass supply and consumption – the difference valued roughly at 70 bn HUF – is known for a long time. The recalculation of firewood volume used by households, now based on consumption ...

Analysing the causes of the Hungarian wholesale electricity spike in January 2017REKK Market Monitoring Club BudapestEvent

A significant spike of wholesale electricity prices was registered in January 2017, when day-ahead HUPX prices were above 100 €/MWh and even reached 200 €/MWh in some hours. What might have been the main reasons of this phenomenon? Were these factors ...

Enough room for renewables and nuclear energy? The Impact of renewables on nuclear power plants production and profit in HungaryArticle

Approved in 2011, Hungary’s National Energy Strategy picked the ideal electricity mix over the next 20 years. The Energy Strategy analysed several power plant scenarios for the period until 2030, and determined that the so-called nuclear-coal-green ...

Modelling support policies and renewable energy sources deployment in the Hungarian district heating sectorEnergy & EnvironmentResearch paper

Increasing renewable-based district heating could contribute significantly to the renewable target achievements of Central and Eastern European Member States with significant shares of district heating in their heat markets. These countries face dual ...

SEERMAP Renewable Energy Training, SofiaSEERMAP project, SofiaEvent

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. Present European practices and lessons learned on RES regulation, support schemes ...

Possibilities of integrating intermittent renewable power generation in HungaryResearch paper

The policy brief assesses the possibilities and the regulatory costs of integrating several thousand MWs of intermittent renewable power generating capacities to the Hungarian grid.