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The aim of the study is to analyse how to reach the Hungarian 2020 RES targets. We assess the effect of the different regulatory instruments and support schemes on RES consumption. We define several scenarios, which differ by using different regulatory ...

Support for Low-Emission Development in South Eastern Europe (SLED)Analysis

The objective of the project “Support for Low-Emission Development in South Eastern Europe (SLED)” is to help policy makers in Albania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to set realistic but ambitious decarbonisation ...

Principles of electricity markets 2015BudapestEvent

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 ...

Potential solutions to the challenges of electricity distribution system operators' price regulationAnalysis

The study evaluates the present price regulatory regime for electricity distribution system operators (DSO) in Hungary. It first evaluates the impact of the present regulation on the DSOs' production and investment efficiency. Next it provides a review ...

Possible reasons for the difference between HUPX and EEX DAM pricesYoung Energy Economists and Engineers Seminar, MadridEvent

The aim of this presentation is to analyse the price convergence between the German (EEX) and the Hungarian (HUPX) power exchanges, in the case of hourly DAM prices. The presentation focuses on the 2011-2013 period, and three hypotheses are established ...

Possible reasons for the difference between HUPX and EEX DAM pricesResearch paper

The aim of this working paper is to analyse the price convergence between the German (EEX) and the Hungarian (HUPX) power exchanges, in the case of hourly DAM prices. The presentation focuses on the 2011-2013 period, and three hypotheses are established ...

The possible solutions to internalize the positive externalities in the case of datacentersAnalysis

In the study we demonstrate the positive externalities of the datacenters, and we pointed out how tointernalize these externalities. We also analyze the effect of datacenters on the environment. The main task of this project is to identify those ...

Possibilities for end consumers (residential, SME) to connect to international trendsHungarian Electrotechnical Association, 62. Convention, Conference and FairEvent

Decision makers drafting the future single internal energy market of the EU imagine future energy end consumers as an actively engaged group who makes use of current technologies and market opportunities. Competition of suppliers, energy independency ...

The assessment of 10 % interconnection target: security of supply, market integration and CO2 impactsDIW Working Paper 2015Research paper

The aims of the present paper are twofold. First, it analyses the applicability of the 10% interconnection indicator with respect to medium/long term security of supply and market integration: Does it accurately consider the SOS situation of the Member ...

XIII. Summer school: introduction to energy regulation 2015BudapestEvent

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 ...