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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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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 ...

Monitoring South East European energy marketsAnalysis

The South East Europe market monitoring Pilot Plan focuses on the cross-border transmission capacity market and the wholesale generation market. The work includes modeling of regional electricity supply to identify potential areas of market power concern ...