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Drafting of the natural gas transmission tariff methodology for GeorgiaAnalysis

The objective of the project was to draft the Natural Gas Transmission Tariff Methodology for Georgia. The development of the new methodology included the establishment of an entry-exit system. The new rules are in line with both the Tariff Network Code ...

Cost estimation for achieving the renewable target in 2030Analysis

The focus of the study is renewable energy based power sources in Hungary. First, we estimate the potential of the different technologies, then we calculate the costs associated with exploiting these potentials. We center our study around innovative ...

Beyond Gas Workshop in BudapestEvent

The ‘Beyond gas - Energy security issues in the V4 after 2020 project’ hold its mid-term workshop on 14th of September in Budapest. The aim of the Beyond Gas project is to elaborate an initial assessment of a new security of supply concept and its ...

V4 Energy Think Tank Platform, Budapest workshopEvent

The workshop was the official launch event of the Visegrad Group Energy Think Tank Platform.With the aim of strengthening cooperation among the think tanks of the Visegrad countries in the field of energy, as well as promoting dialogue between the ...

Management of droughts and water scarcity within the nature and biodiversity legislation of the European UnionAnalysis

As part of a larger cooperation with the Danube Region Strategy led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, we inspected relevant EU nature and biodiversity legislation to identify how a potential drought regulation may rely on already ...

Calculation of Natural gas Transmission Tariffs based on the Capacity Weighted Distance Reference Price Methodology for Serbia and UkraineAnalysis

The aim of the project is to contribute to understanding of the effects of the Tariff Network Code (TAR NC) implementation in the Energy Community Contracting Parties. Calculations using the methodology set as counterfactual in the TAR NC (capacity ...

Gas Market Modelling for the Quo Vadis ProjectEvent

The goal of the workshop is to present the gas market model and the underlying assumptions and its use for the Quo Vadis project. A detailed description of the model was published in The Energy Journal, working paper version is available at our website ...

Review of energy efficiency financing schemes in Member StatesAnalysis

The project supportS the European Commission in the identification of effective financing schemes that can mobilise private investments in the areas of energy efficiency, and the development of recommendations for their effective deployment, up-scaling ...

Energy and Competitiveness in HungaryAnalysis

The study explores the relationship between energy costs and competitiveness. Energy costs of firms grow with energy prices, but can be mitigated by efficiency improvements, which can be measured by changes in energy intensity over time. The study ...

The preconditions for market integration compatible gas transmission tariffs in the CESEC regionAnalysis

Access tariffs to cross-border infrastructure are important features of the natural gas market integration “software”. Distorted access tariffs can lead to the underutilization of both existing and newly built infrastructure.This paper addresses the ...