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Energy Sufficiency in the Household Sector of Lithuania and Hungary: The Case of Heated Floor Areascholarly articlesPublished: 3 of December, 2022

Economic development and rising welfare lead to higher demand for energy services, which can limit or even negate the results of costly energy efficiency (EE) upgrades. At present, some consumption patterns in Central and Eastern European countries are ...

Effect of changing the rules of utility bill cut on the gas consumption of the Hungarian residential buildingspolicy briefPublished: 14 of October, 2022

A BME épületenergetikai modelljének segítségével megbecsültük, hogy a 2022 júliusában a kiskereskedelmi gázárszabályozásban hozott változások hatására milyen fogyasztóoldali alkalmazkodásra és mekkora gázkereslet-változásra számíthatunk rövid távon. Azt ...

The development of renewable heating and cooling in the Danube Regionpolicy briefPublished: 12 of April, 2021

Renewables in the heating and cooling (H& C) sector account for a very significant part of overall RES consumption in the DR even though the sector does not have near the level of applied support schemes and policies as sectors like power and ...

Environmental assessment of future electricity mix – Linking an hourly economic model with LCAJournal of Cleaner Production - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of May, 2020

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an increasingly widespread method for the environmental accounting of products and services. Since almost all production processes use grid electricity, the environmental impact of power generation plays a key role in LCA.

Modelling support policies and renewable energy sources deployment in the Hungarian district heating sectorEnergy & Environment - scholarly articlesPublished: 18 of January, 2017

Increasing renewable-based district heating could contribute significantly to the renewable target achievements of Central and Eastern European Member States with significant shares of district heating in their heat markets. These countries face dual ...