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Analysis of consumer profile based allocation and settlement procedures in the natural gas industryAnalysis

The Hungarian Gas Association commissioned the industry experts of MentorPartner and REKK to draw conclusions from the one-and-half year operation of the consumer profile based allocation and settlement system in the gas sector. We have carried out the ...

Analysis of possible options of a large energy consumer to strengthen its presence on the Hungarian energy markets and as a result, lower its procurement costsAnalysis

The report highlights the potential advantages of forming a power procurement consortium with other big energy consumers, and assesses the Hungarian electricity and gas market from this strategic point of view. Several interviews with big industrial ...

The impacts of potential renegotiation of long-term power purchase agreements on the hungarian electricity marketAnalysis

The study summarizes the historical context of and the current debate on today's long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs). Additionally, it discusses the modelling options that could elicit the quantitative impact of full or partial PPA renegotiation ...

Models of opening up the electricity market: a comparative analysisAnalysis

REKK has conducted a seminar series for the Association of Hungarian Electricity Trade Companies on the various models for the opening up of the electricity market. The prepared study summarizes the outcome focusing on the following issues:the supply ...

Study and recommendations regarding the state of liquidity of the Hungarian electricity marketAnalysis

The study reviews the different possibilities of Hungarian electricity market development focusing on the size, liquidity and transparency of the competitve market segment. It covers the problems of demand and supply, the inefficiency of the market ...

Managing new entrants in the emission trading system of the EUImpact study on the free allocation of CO2 emission rightsAnalysis

The study analyses the problem of new entrants in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS). Following the Directive and the relating documents the study discusses the definition and characteristics of new entrants, and the conditions of market entry.