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Opinion brief to the upcoming Energy Council of September 9, 2022Proposal to manage the current EU energy market crisis in a fair and market compatible manner by introducing a ‘skimming mechanism’ in the form of a fee added to the current regulated cross-border gas entry tariff for pipeline gas suppliers to the EUResearch paper

The origin of the current EU energy market crisis is the manipulation of its natural gas market. Extreme gas wholesale prices are direct consequences of the withholding of Russian gas deliveries to the European market. As extreme gas prices spill over to ...

Is Russia to blame for high European gas prices?Reasons behind the high gas prices and the way ahead in 2022Research paper

Since March 2021 the European wholesale natural gas price has rose steadily above the pre-COVID 2019 levels reaching hights never seen before, leading to gas to coal switch in the power production and demand reduction in industrial production. Analysing ...

PREBS - Technical assistance in realisation of the 5th report of the European Commission on progress on renewable energy deploymentAnalysis

The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC) requires member states to submit progress reports every two years, on the development of renewable energy (RES) use compared with their indicative trajectories in their National Renewable Energy Action Plans ...

Study on Gas market upgrading and modernisation – Regulatory framework for LNG terminalsAnalysis

Well-functioning and liquid gas markets are a prerequisite for ensuring affordable energy for consumers, competitiveness of industries, and security of supply. They also play a role in achieving the environmental ambitions of the European Green Deal ...

Barriers to entry in EU Retail energy marketsAnalysis

The consortium of REKK, VaasaETT, MRC and The Advisory House contracted by the European Commission conducted a Europe-wide research project to analyse barriers to entry in retail energy markets. The project assessed the challenges facing suppliers and ...

SET-NAV Regional WorkshopEvent

At the Regional Workshop in Budapest modelling teams presented the main results and policy recommendations for the Pathways Scenarios. Pathways show four possible scenarios on how to reach the 2050 EU decarbonisation targets. Detailed sectoral analyses ...

Management of droughts and water scarcity within the nature and biodiversity legislation of the European UnionAnalysis

As part of a larger cooperation with the Danube Region Strategy led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, we inspected relevant EU nature and biodiversity legislation to identify how a potential drought regulation may rely on already ...

Evaluating the 6 March PRISMA capacity auctionsResearch paper

In early March 2017, long-term capacity bookings were held on the PRISMA auction platform, which covers most of the European Union’s natural gas transmission grid. In this short analysis we highlight amarket distortive phenomenon that may be the result ...

Quo Vadis EU gas market regulatory framework – Study on a Gas Market Design for EuropeAnalysis

The Quo Vadis study evaluates the functioning of the European Union's internal gas market under the Third Package rules from a forward-looking perspective. On that basis it sets out and assesses alternative regulatory measures proposed to generate ...

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 ...