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Consumer behavior on the electricity marketAnalysis

The paper is based on a survey aimed at describing the characteristics of Hungarian households and companies on the service areas of different electricity distributors. The major research question was the likely impact of full market liberalization in ...

The impacts of potential renegotiation of long-term power purchase agreements on the hungarian electricity marketAnalysis

The study summarizes the historical context of and the current debate on today's long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs). Additionally, it discusses the modelling options that could elicit the quantitative impact of full or partial PPA renegotiation ...

Models of opening up the electricity market: a comparative analysisAnalysis

REKK has conducted a seminar series for the Association of Hungarian Electricity Trade Companies on the various models for the opening up of the electricity market. The prepared study summarizes the outcome focusing on the following issues:the supply ...

The technical possibilities of the Central-Eastern European electricity market integrationArticle

The objective of this work is to identify drivers and obstacles in integrating Central and Eastern Europe’s power market. Provided here is a collection of information that highlights the key areas that can be concentrated on for greater change.

Preconditions of Electricity Market Integration in Seven Central and Southern Eastern European CountriesArticle

This review is carries out to assess the potential of greater integration in the Central European electricity market which would fit the requirements of Directive 54/2003/EC and connected regulations. First I will summarise the essential features of ...

Comparative Legal Study in Central and Eastern EuropeArticle

The market of electricity and its legislation both national and international is in a state of transition towards a market fully liberalized. Inour region, i.e. Central and Eastern Europe, changes are triggered by the endeavours of the new Member States ...

Finding the Barriers Preventing Increased Cooperation and Coordination in Central and Eastern EuropeArticle

Since early 2005 there has been a general emphasis on preventing the stalling of the liberalisation of electricity and gas markets. Examined in this chapter are the perpective of market participants who identified key obstacles preventing greater ...

Renewable Electricity: ambrosia or delicatessen?A survey of electricity marketsArticle

This survey is to provide actors of the regional electricity markets with concise information on renewable electricity production in countries of the C3EM project. The study intends to be more than a descriptive overview of this topic. The authors ...

Removing C3EM Market Barriers: providing a blueprint for future actionArticle

The completion of the Central and Eastern European Energy Market project has resulted in a range of findings that might support further efforts to speed up electricity market integration in the region. This chapter summarizes briefly the findings of each ...