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Estimating the welfare impacts of transmission investments by modelling regional gas and electricity marketsCIEP Workshop Modelling CBA of Infrastructure Investment, The HagueEvent

Péter Kaderják presented the Danube Region Gas Market Model (DRGMM) and the European Electricity Market Model (EEMM). Using these modelling tools, a list of gas infrastructure priority projects for the Danube Region and a list of electricity transmission ...

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 ...

Analysis of system services procurementAnalysis

The aim of this project was to provide guidelines for MAVIR ZRt. to redesign the methodology of system service procurement. Despite numerous efforts of the TSO, procurement costs of system services necessary for ensuring frequency- and power equilibrium ...

Principles of electricity markets 2012BudapestEvent

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 ...

Long term impacts of the closure of German nuclear facilitiesArticle

In one of our previous articles we have already analysed the short term impacts of the closure of the German nuclear power plants – in particular, how electricity prices, foreign trade and the Hungarian electricity market are affected. More than a year ...

Increasing photovolatic production and the electricity marketArticle

For the last two years the difference between the price of baseload and peak products (peak spread) quoted on electricity exchanges has substantially narrowed for several European countries, including Germany and Spain – and this trend seems intact in ...

X. Summer school: introduction to energy regulation 2012BudapestEvent

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 ...

The impact of the Balkan drought on the Hungarian wholesale electricity priceArticle

2011 was a particularly dry year all through Europe, and the countries of the Balkan were hit by the lack of precipitation even more than usual. The region went through the worst drought of the last 50 years, and the hydropower plants of the Balkan ...

The predictability of economic growth based on electricity consumption dataArticle

Using statistical-econometrical methods, we determine the extent to which the electricity consumption of Hungary can be used for the short-term forecast of GDP growth. Our analysis is based partly on quarterly and partly on annual data: since 1998 ...

Sectorial biogas market model for HungaryAnalysis

The aim of this research was to provide a bottom-up estimation of the Hungarian biogas economic potential and supply curve until 2020. We conducted detailed sectorial researches according to the three main sources of biogas production: landfills, waste ...