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The role of Power-to-Gas in the energy value chainA true contender for the energy storage and deep decarbonisation challenge - policy briefPublished: 5 of June, 2020

Following the thought-provoking debate at the REKK Power-To-Gas Forum in February 2020 this brief explains how Power-To-Gas technology can be a viable solution for excess RES electricity and eventually allow natural gas infrastructure to have a second ...

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.

Coexistence of nuclear and renewables in the V4 electricity system: Friends or enemies?scholarly articlesPublished: 31 of March, 2020

The paper examines the interactions between nuclear and variable renewable generation capacities (vRES) under various assumptions in the broader V4 region. Four exploratory scenarios are analysed with high and low penetration levels of vRES and nuclear ...

Electric tango – Turning points in the regulation of the Hungarian electricity sectorBudapest Management Review - scholarly articlesPublished: 28 of November, 2019

The process of structural reforms, market design changes and regulatory measures of the Hungarian electricity sector can be described as the machinations and the character of a tango in the last 30 years; fast dynamic moves back and forward, with side ...

Renewable energy use in Hungary – The benefit of latecomers?Budapest Management Review - scholarly articlesPublished: 28 of November, 2019

In Hungary, renewable energy consumption is predominantly biomass in the form of firewood for household heating. This stock has allowed the country to remain on track with its renewable target for the last fifteen years despite avoiding the promotion of ...

The Southeast European power system in 2030 - Flexibility challenges and benefits from regional integrationAgora Energiawende publication - working papersPublished: 26 of June, 2019

This report takes a deeper look at the future of regional market integration for power systems with high shares of wind and solar in Southeast Europe (SEE). Because these technologies vary in output depending on the weather, they bring an increasedneed ...

Twin peaks?The high summer HUPX prices and the potential price effects of higher PV penetration in Hungary - policy briefPublished: 23 of November, 2017

For the second time this year after January’s wholesale electricity prices rose to unexpected heights they did so again in late July/early August when hourly day ahead prices went up above 100 €/MWh many times in the most critical week, while German ...

SEERMAP COUNTRY REPORTSbooks, chaptersPublished: 20 of October, 2017

The SEERMAP project has produced its final reports of the target countries in the South East European region providing country specific details on the long term electricity sector transformation scenarios till 2050. These reports give insights to the ...

Electricity Market integration 2.0 in Central and South-East Europepolicy briefPublished: 1 of October, 2017

The objective of this discussion paper is to briefly assess the most relevant legislative proposals pertaining to the European electricity market that emerged from the ‘Clean Energy for all Europeans’ package published at the end of 2016. Identifying the ...

Possible reasons for the difference between HUPX and EEX DAM pricesWhy is Hungarian electricity more expensive than German? - journal articlesPublished: 3 of July, 2017

The aim of this paper is to analyse the price convergence between the German (EEX) and the Hungarian (HUPX) power exchanges, in the case of daily average DAM prices. Many articles have sought to explain the persistent spread between the two markets but ...