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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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Hungarian wholesale electricity price forecast until 2045Analysis

The aim of the study to forecast the Hungarian baseload wholesale electricity price and the market value of PV production until 2045, using the REKK-developed European Electricity Market Modell. We demonstrate the results of the reference scernario, and ...

The effect of the CO2 prices on the Hungarian wholesale electricity pricesAnalysis

Using the REKK-developed European Electricity Market Model, we model the Hungarian electricity wholesale prices assuming different coal, natural gas and CO2 prices. We model the price developments both for the year 2019 and also for 2025, because the ...

Wholesale electricity price forecast in the RegionAnalysis

The aim of this study is the following:Wholesale electricity price forecast for Hungary and for the other countries in the Region up till 2030, using the European Electricity Market ModelWe demonstrate the main elements of the ETS market, the most ...

Hungarian wholesale electricity price forecast until 2045Analysis

The aim of the study to forecast the Hungarian wholesale electricity price until 2045, using the REKK-developed European Electricity Market Modell. We demonstrate the main trends in those markets (CO2, natural gas coal) which have high influence on the ...

Modelling and security of supply analysis of the domestic electricity wholesale market until 2030 with different power plant scenariosAnalysis

The net import ratio of Hungary is very high as its average value between 2013 and 2017 was 32%. From the European countries only Lithuania, Luxemburg, Albania and Croatia had higher net import ratio in the same timehorizon. However, this outstanding ...

Drafting of the Methodology on Assessing Energy Infrastructure Projects for EaP CountriesAnalysis

The goal of this study was to develop a methodology for assessing gas and electricity transportation infrastructure projects in the Eastern Partnership region. The goal of the project was to arrive to a simplified cost-benefit analysis methodology that ...

South East Europe electricity roadmap – modelling energy transition in the electricity sectorsClimate PolicyResearch paper

One of the most important challenges for the South East Europe region will be replacing more than 30% of its presently installed fossil fuel generation capacity by the end of 2030, and more than 95% by 2050 if its age structure is considered. This ...

Electricity wholesale price forecast for Romania until 2040Analysis

The objective of this work is to prepare electricity wholesale price forecasts for Romania until 2040 by using REKK’s in-house European Electricity Market Model (EEMM). In this task three scenarios are assessed: reference; Low and High electricity price ...

SEERMAP: Modelling results and conclusionsEnergetica X WorkshopEvent

László Szabó presented the SEERMAP model results at Saint Petersburg. Presentations are available at the project website.

SEERMAP COUNTRY REPORTSResearch paper

The SEERMAP project has produced its final reports of the target countries in the South East European region providing country specific details on the long term electricity sector transformation scenarios till 2050. These reports give insights to the ...