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Non-tariff issues of RES-E deploymentConcept paper on business-regulatory models for enabling renewable energy based power producers to have improved access to networksAnalysis

This concept paper was ordered by the Joint Research Center of the European Commission with the objective to map the non-tariff issues of RES-E deployment in three European countries: Italy, Denmark and the Czech Republic. Many aspects, including ...

Clean Energy Finance Solutions: PolandAnalysis

As a second phase to the previous work carried out together with the Cambridge Program for Sustainable Leadership (CPSL) this working paper presents the case of renewables-based electricity generation in Poland. The paper analyzes the renewables support ...

Modelling electricity price tendencies up to 2017 in five East-European countriesAnalysis

The objective of this collaborative effort is to assist the mid-term (2013-17) business planning procedure of Dalkia by providing quantitative and qualitative inputs for its scenario planning process. Electricity price forecasts were carried out for five ...

Invoicing the futureREKK analysis of the 10% utility bill cut of January 2013Article

The endeavour of the Government, referenced as the „utility bill cut”, has triggered fierce reactions both in the media and within the sector. With the article we set out to provide a short, unbiased summary of this package of measures and its impacts.

Recent developments related to the procurement of system reservesArticle

Securing the system level reserves necessary for the uninterrupted operation of the electricity system is the task of the system operator. Before the tender for this year MAVIR substantially changed the methodology of procurement, which, based on the ...

The temporary exemption of the electricity sector under the third EU ETS periodArticle

For the third period (2013-2020) of the European emission trading system (ETS) a new principle is applied to allocate to all emission allowances. While the second period was characterised primarily by free allocation (memberstates were allowed to auction ...

Evaluating the goals of the National Energy Strategy of Hungary after two yearsAnalysis

The goal of this paper is to analyse how the recent developments on the European energy markets and the subsequent EU regulation changed the playing field for and how did this affect the feasibility of the strategic goals of the National Energy Strategy ...

Background studies related to the Power Plant Development Action PlanAnalysis

The aim of the study is an in-depth analysis of the „nuclear-coal-green” scenario found in Hungary’s Energy Strategy. The Power Plant Development Action Plan (EFCsT) background study has two goals: on one hand, to carry out a detailed analysis of the ...

Evaluation of the Czech-Slovakian-Hungarian market coupling based on the results of the first two monthsArticle

One of the objectives of the European Union is the development of an Integrated European electricity market by the end of 2014. As part of this endeavour, a lot of the member states participate in market coupling initiatives Hungary made its contribution ...

Electricity markets of Balkan countriesAnalysis

The objective of the project is to prepare an assessment of the electricity markets of the Balkan countries (Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, UNMIK, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) in order to support the decision making of GDF Suez ...