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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 ...

REKK Comment on the new Hungarian renewable electricity support schemepolicy briefPublished: 14 of August, 2017

The European Commission has approved the new Hungarian renewable electricity support system (METÁR) in the middle of June, 2017. Accordingly, the Hungarian Ministry of National Development published the proposed new legislation for public ...

A methodology for maximizing the benefits of solar landfills on closed sitesRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews - scholarly articlesPublished: 5 of April, 2017

Local urban planning has become concerned over clean energy technologies development on greenfield land that may lead to competition in land use. Solar photovoltaic systems on agriculture land is an indicative example of this disputed strategy. At the ...

Revised renewable statisticpolicy briefPublished: 30 of March, 2017

The deviation between the Hungarian statistical figures of forest biomass supply and consumption – the difference valued roughly at 70 bn HUF – is known for a long time. The recalculation of firewood volume used by households, now based on consumption ...

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 ...

Possibilities of integrating intermittent renewable power generation in Hungarypolicy briefPublished: 5 of December, 2016

The policy brief assesses the possibilities and the regulatory costs of integrating several thousand MWs of intermittent renewable power generating capacities to the Hungarian grid.

Modelling policy options in the district heating sector, with a focus on renewable consumptionEconomic Review vol. LXIII., November 2016. - scholarly articlesPublished: 8 of November, 2016

The paper analyses the Hungarian system of district heating, which accounts for 15 per cent of total heat consumption. Both national and European Union s strategy documents aim at achieving sustainable, secure and affordable energy. Hungarian district ...

From where does it blow?Concerning the regulation of wind turbines - policy briefPublished: 20 of September, 2016

A strict regulation has been put into force regarding wind power commissioning in Hungary. The technical and safety regulation of electricity installations set the maximum capacity and size of turbines, as well as highest noise level emitted by wind ...