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Our electricity market model covers 28 countries and simulates the generation of 3000 power plants. It allows infrastructure investment evaluation and price forecasts.

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Long-term decarbonisation pathways for the Ukraine power sectorUploaded: 22 of February, 2024

Ukraine plans to decarbonize its power sector by no later than 2050, and the whole economy by 2060, thus decarbonization considerations are layered over the war and recovery related challenges. The project aimed to help this transition planning as it ...

Assessment the East Link DC-Power Bridge between Hungary and RomaniaUploaded: 19 of December, 2023

This project aims to analyze a Hungarian-Romanian DC line. In this project, together with E-Bridge, REKK analysed the project's profitability from the investor point of view, but also carried out the social Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA). The European Power ...

Russian gas phaseout in HungaryUploaded: 31 of May, 2023

The aim of the study is to examine how the share of natural gas in Hungary's total energy supply with a 34. 1% share (2019, Hungarian energy balance) can be mitigated in the short term (by 2023/24) and in the long term (by 2030). Reducing consumption with ...

Hungarian energy price forecastUploaded: 18 of October, 2022

The aim of the project is to prepare a forecast of domestic wholesale electricity and gas prices, as well as domestic electricity balancing and imbalance settlement prices for the period 2022-2028. We set up three scenarios and, in addition to these ...

Hungarian energy price forecastUploaded: 1 of March, 2022

The aim of the project is to prepare a forecast of domestic wholesale electricity and gas prices, as well as domestic electricity balancing and imbalance settlement prices for the period 2022-2028. We set up three scenarios and, in addition to these ...

Impact of the development of the Mátra Power Plant on the electricity and heat marketUploaded: 1 of December, 2021

Two areas were considered in the analysis. On the one hand, we analyse the impact of the closure of the lignite blocks of the Mátra Power Plant and the entry of potential new generation capacity from Mátra on the domestic electricity market, including ...

Support to the evaluation of TEN-E Regulation (347/2013)Uploaded: 1 of January, 2021

As part of the Consortia led by Ecorys, REKK has been closely involved into the impact assessment of the 347/2013 TEN-E Regulation. This study assessed the Regulation against several evaluation criteria using evidence base from desk research, modelling ...

Economic analysis of the Ukrainian and Moldovan wholesale electricity markets and benefits of EU continental grid integrationUploaded: 15 of August, 2020

The main objective of the project is to quantitatively analyse the long-term impacts of a possible integration of Ukraine and Moldova electricity networks with the ENTSO-E system based on electricity market modelling. For this purpose, REKK with its ...

Technical support to the Energy Community and its Secretariat to assess the candidate PECIs and candidate PMIs in electricity, gas and oil infrastructure, and in smart grids developmentUploaded: 1 of July, 2020

A Consortium of REKK and DNV GL supported as consultants for the fourth time the expert groups of the Energy Community in the development of a project assessment methodology and evaluated the investment projects submitted as PECI/PMI candidates to the ...

Accelerated lignite exit in Bulgaria, Romania and GreeceUploaded: 6 of May, 2020

In light of the ambitious targets of the Paris Agreement and highly ambitious long term decarbonisation goals set by the European Green Deal, a critical question for decision-makers is how to sustain a coal and lignite phase-out that is as swift as ...