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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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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 ...

Analyses of the potential power plant investments in the regionAnalysis

We forecasted the expected supply and demand of the power sectors in the neighboring countries (Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Romania). Reviews of the renewable support schemes in these countries were conducted. We identified those ...

Economic and environmental feasibility study of a straw-fired power plant investmentAnalysis

The research aims at conducting a feasibility study of a straw-fired power plant investment at Pécs. We analysed the competitiveness of the straw-fired power plant compared to a gas-fired power plant. We also investigated the impact of the investment on ...

Biennal greenhouse-gas emission report 2011Analysis

Concerning the mechanism for monitoring the Community greenhouse-gases (GHG) emissions and for implementing the Kyoto protocol, the European Commission requires the Member States to provide a Biannual Report on its updated GHG emissions and projections ...

Economic impact assessment for the Energy Strategy of HungaryAnalysis

Commissioned by the Ministry of National Development, REKK has completed an economic impact assessment for Hungary’s National Energy Strategy. The impact assessment reveals the economic aspects of the government’s policies which aim to ensure a secure ...

Competitiveness and regulation of high efficiency cogeneration in HungaryAnalysis

The aim of the research is to assess the current regulation of high efficiency cogeneration, namely the obligatory purchase at regulated price. The research involves the following steps: international regulatory practice for the support of ...

Developing the South East-European electriricty modelAnalysis

Aim of this research is to improve on a quantified partial equilibrium model developed by REKK describing the Central and South-East European electricity markets. The improved model determines the wholesale prices and the generation level of the power ...

The interdependecy of the electricity markets of Hungary and the Balkan regionAnalysis

In this study, we discuss the factor most often referred to when explaining the reasons for the significant increases recently experienced in Hungarian electricity prices: the situation in the South-East European power markets and its impact on the ...

The Effect of the Regional Integration of Electricity Markets on the Market Power of Power PlantsCompetition and Regulation 2015Research paper

The purpose of this paper is to construct a short-term economic model for the wholesale electricity market in the Central and Eastern European region - assuming conditions after a complete opening-up of the market. Among the inputs we provide an estimate ...