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Enough room for renewables and nuclear energy? The Impact of renewables on nuclear power plants production and profit in HungaryArticle

Approved in 2011, Hungary’s National Energy Strategy picked the ideal electricity mix over the next 20 years. The Energy Strategy analysed several power plant scenarios for the period until 2030, and determined that the so-called nuclear-coal-green ...

Managing the market and financing risks of ongoing and planned nuclear investments in EuropeArticle

In recent months three anticipated documents were published, each drawing the attention of investors in new electricity generating facilities in Europe. On 4 April the European Commission revealed a detailed analysis titled the “Nuclear Illustrative ...

Future of nuclear energyArticle

Nuclear power production is one of the most contradictory segments of Europe’s energy policy. On the one hand, it is regarded as the solution to security of supply concerns as one of the most efficient tools of climate protection, while it is also seen ...

Energy market primer - training for the British EmbassyBudapestEvent

The main purpose of the training is to provide a solid economic background for understanding the energy issues in the region, and thereby to enhance the reporting capabilities of staff on energy issues. Building upon this, the sectorial differences ...

Returns of nucler power plant investmentsAnalysis

The agreement concluded by the Russian and Hungarian government on 14.01.2014. concerning the capacity replacement marks the starting point of a project which will redefine the Hungarian electricity market. The replacement project may be the greatest ...

Nuclear power plant constructionMissed deadlines, cost escalation, risks of implementationArticle

Our analysis gives useful and rich supplement for the upcoming debate about nuclear power plant development: how do schedule and budget overruns or other construction risks affect costs based on international experiences.

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 ...

Nuclear projects in East-Central EuropeArticle

During the past decade the expression “nuclear renaissance” became a commonplace. The expected strong increase in global electricity consumption during the next 20 years (with about 75%) assumes a net nuclear capacity expansion above 100 GW. This will be ...