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In our article we examine if the allocation system of cross-border transport capacities on the Hungarian side facilitates the maximum possible utilisation of the available physical infrastructure. We analyse the attributes of the annual and monthly ...

Principles of electricity markets 2010BudapestEvent

Liberalisation of the electricity sector has been a very important development worldwide in the past two decades, and is still an ongoing process in many transition countries. This course aims to provide a thorough introduction to the most important ...

Developments in the Hungarian retail electricity market in 2008 and 2009Article

Our analysis looks behind the possible reasons of the significant increase in the electricity retail prices experienced in 2008. This article aims to introduce and analyze the price trends of the Hungarian retail electricity market in the recent one and ...

The effect of the economic crisis on the electricity consumption of the Central European regionArticle

In the second half of the last year, the economic crisis reached the countries of Central Eastern Europe including Hungary, which resulted in a significant fallback of industrial production and employment. In one of our prevoius article, we examined the ...

Overview of the Third Legislative PackageArticle

In our article we present a review of the most important aspects of the Third Package, the Community regulation which determines the functioning of the internal electricity and natural gas markets.

Regulatory aspects of renewables 2009RigaEvent

One of the major challenges energy companies (the most prominent contributors to local, regional and global environmental degradation) face today is related to develop and operate energy facilities in an environmentally sustainable way. The efforts ...

Analysis of supports for co-generated and renewable electricity producersArticle

The Directive 2009/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable was published on 23 April. The Directive sets mandatory national targets for the overall share of energy from renewable sources ...

Electricity consumption and the impact of crisisArticle

Our analysis examines the relationship between domestic economic performance and electricity consumption. The analysis also helps to forecast the dynamics of electricity consumption if once the long awaited economic upturn starts.

VII. Summer school: introduction to energy regulation 2009BudapestEvent

This 5-day training course will be organised into thematic modules focusing on the hottest issues of energy sector regulation. The training program combines “classic” regulation under the traditional vertically integrated industry structure with ...

Price regulation and tariffs 2009BudapestEvent

The course provides a thorough introduction to the methodology of price regulation and tariff setting, the underlying economic theories, and also to the practical issues and solutions. The main topics are: Financial analysis, one of the basic inputs of ...