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Gripped by loopsPublished: 2 of June, 2016

The simmering discontent of countries suffering from unintended physical flows through their electricity interconnections and within their internal network reached a tipping point for Poland in December 2014. At this time, Polish energy regulator (URE) ...

Mysteries of the allocation of transmission capacities of the Slovak-­Hungarian gas interconnector pipelinePublished: 1 of March, 2015

The construction of the long-awaited Slovak-Hungarian gas interconnector pipeline is now completed. Although there are still technical issues to resolve, they cannot be blamed for why the commercial operation has not commenced yet. In January 2015, once ...

Shrinking capacity on the Slovakian-Hungarian border: causes and consequencesPublished: 1 of December, 2011

The article discusses the capacity drop at the Slovakian-Hungarian cross-border auction in October, its effects on electricity wholesale markets and attempts to reveal its causes.

The impact of the shutdown of German nuclear power plants on Central European pricesPublished: 1 of September, 2011

The nuclear energy policy of Germany has undergone a sea change, causing serious upheaval on European markets. Many studies have been written about the consequences of the phase-out, but most of them focused on German system security, and what effect the ...

Reflections on the allocation method of the Hungarian cross-border transport capacitiesPublished: 1 of March, 2010

In our article we examine if the allocation system of cross-border transport capacities on the Hungarian side facilitates the maximum possible utilisation of the available physical infrastructure. We analyse the attributes of the annual and monthly ...