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2nd Central European Day of EnergyEvent

The 2nd Central European Day of Energy focused on the sustainable energy, innovation and modern technologies in Central Europe – renewable energy expansion, low emission technologies use, smart grids, energy efficiency projects, decarbonisation of ...

Innovation in the energy sector: An academic approach and the GE's R&D strategyREKK Energy Futures, opening eventEvent

REKK has hosted several events on the topic of innovation in the energy sector linked to the emerging "energy transition".Still, more work is needed to update the mainstream methodological frameworks applied to the energy sector to better incorporate ...

Country Paper: Energy Research, Development and Innovation in HungaryResearch paper

The representatives of the Central European countries and the European Commission organised a workshop on 11th December 2017 in Brussels on the latest innovations and the regulatory environemnt. This Country Paper analyses the state of the innovation in ...

Making the Energy Transition a European Success - Publication of Jacques Delors Institute’s new report and roundtable discussionEvent

The aim of the event is the presentation of the main results of the ’Energy Transition’ report by the distinguished authors, Jean-Arnold Vinois and Thomas Pellerin-Carlin themselves.The report consist of four research area:The governance of the Energy ...

Potential solutions to the challenges of electricity distribution system operators' price regulationAnalysis

The study evaluates the present price regulatory regime for electricity distribution system operators (DSO) in Hungary. It first evaluates the impact of the present regulation on the DSOs' production and investment efficiency. Next it provides a review ...

Overview of Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU CountriesEuropean Utility Week-ViennaEvent

The presentation provides an overview of the the Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU Countries based on the studies prepared by AEA Ricardo/CE Delft /REKK for the European Commission. For further information visit the conference website

Smart gridArticle

The article reviews the progress achieved in the development of European smart grids, describes the – different – investment strategies of individual states and provides insight into some of the interesting nuances of cost-benefit analysis, especially ...

Smart grid in the Danube Region CountriesAn assessment reportAnalysis

The Energy Priority Area of the Danube Region Strategy together with the Regional Center for Energy Policy Research (REKK) engaged in a research project on the status quo of smart grid deployment in the Danube Region countries to introduce the issue of ...