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Our electricity market model covers 28 countries and simulates the generation of 3000 power plants. It allows infrastructure investment evaluation and price forecasts.

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Model based evaluation of electricity network investments with regional importance11th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 2014Research paper

The paper analyses the complex welfare impacts of proposed transmission investments in the Central Eastern Europe (CEE) region with the application of the EEMM electricity model. This assessment is made at regional level, as new transmission lines have ...

Biennal greenhouse-gas emission report 2013Analysis

The Report fulfils the requirements of the European Parliament Decision 2004/280/EC concerning a mechanism for monitoring Community GHG emissions and for implementing the Kyoto Protocol. The report was prepared for the Ministry of National Development as ...

Development and Application of a Methodology to Identify Projects of Energy Community InterestAnalysis

Projects of Energy Community Interest (PECIs) is a label attached to those projects which have the highest positive impact in the largest possible number of Contracting Parties. The assessment of one hundred projects submitted as candidates, and final ...

Cost-benefit analysis of the Central and Eastern European electricity network investmentsCompetition and regulation 2013Research paper

The focus of our review of the economic evaluation of eight electricity transmission investments in Central and Eastern Europe. Using our electrcity market model, we estimated the welfare effects of the selected projects and analysed the costs and ...

Modelling electricity price tendencies up to 2017 in five East-European countriesAnalysis

The objective of this collaborative effort is to assist the mid-term (2013-17) business planning procedure of Dalkia by providing quantitative and qualitative inputs for its scenario planning process. Electricity price forecasts were carried out for five ...

Evaluating the goals of the National Energy Strategy of Hungary after two yearsAnalysis

The goal of this paper is to analyse how the recent developments on the European energy markets and the subsequent EU regulation changed the playing field for and how did this affect the feasibility of the strategic goals of the National Energy Strategy ...

Electricity markets of Balkan countriesAnalysis

The objective of the project is to prepare an assessment of the electricity markets of the Balkan countries (Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, UNMIK, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) in order to support the decision making of GDF Suez ...

Estimating the welfare impacts of transmission investments by modelling regional gas and electricity marketsCIEP Workshop Modelling CBA of Infrastructure Investment, The HagueEvent

Péter Kaderják presented the Danube Region Gas Market Model (DRGMM) and the European Electricity Market Model (EEMM). Using these modelling tools, a list of gas infrastructure priority projects for the Danube Region and a list of electricity transmission ...

Developing the European Electricity Market ModelAnalysis

The European Electricity Market Model (EEMM) – is further developed by REKK in 2011-2012 – now covers the whole European region, including not only the generation side, but also the transmission network developments. The newly upgraded model is applied ...

Electricity and gas price forecast for Hungary until 2017Analysis

The objective of this work is to assist the mid-term (2013-17) business planning procedure of GDF Suez Energia Holding Hungary Zrt by providing quantitative and qualitative inputs for its scenario planning process.The following tasks have been ...