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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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South East Europe electricity roadmap – modelling energy transition in the electricity sectorsClimate Policy - scholarly articlesPublished: 10 of October, 2018

One of the most important challenges for the South East Europe region will be replacing more than 30% of its presently installed fossil fuel generation capacity by the end of 2030, and more than 95% by 2050 if its age structure is considered. This ...

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 ...

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 ...

Model based evaluation of electricity network investments in Central Eastern EuropeEnergy Strategy Reviews Volumes 13–14, 2016 - scholarly articlesPublished: 23 of August, 2016

The paper analyses the complex welfare impacts of proposed transmission investments in the Central Eastern Europe (CEE) region with the application of the EEMM electricity model. This assessment is made at regional level, as new transmission lines have ...

Fossil or hydro based capacity development? - Power sector modelling in the South-East European RegionEEM 2016 conference: Modelling, simulation and forecasting of energy and carbon markets: Markets and Policy II - scholarly articlesPublished: 8 of June, 2016

This paper analyses the impact of current generation and interconnection capacity plans on the generation mix of the five South East European countries (Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia) in the context of carbon price levels ...

Assessment of the EU 10% interconnection target in the context of CO2 mitigationClimate Policy 2016 - scholarly articlesPublished: 31 of May, 2016

The European Commission has proposed the target of achieving an interconnection capacity of at least 10% of the installed electricity production capacity for each Member State by 2020 in the context of the envisaged Energy Union. The underlying ...

Model based evaluation of electricity network investments with regional importance11th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 2014 - scholarly articlesPublished: 28 of May, 2014

The paper analyses the complex welfare impacts of proposed transmission investments in the Central Eastern Europe (CEE) region with the application of the EEMM electricity model. This assessment is made at regional level, as new transmission lines have ...

Cost-benefit analysis of the Central and Eastern European electricity network investmentsCompetition and regulation 2013 - books, chaptersPublished: 1 of September, 2013

The focus of our review of the economic evaluation of eight electricity transmission investments in Central and Eastern Europe. Using our electrcity market model, we estimated the welfare effects of the selected projects and analysed the costs and ...

The Effect of the Regional Integration of Electricity Markets on the Market Power of Power PlantsCompetition and Regulation 2015 - books, chaptersPublished: 1 of December, 2007

The purpose of this paper is to construct a short-term economic model for the wholesale electricity market in the Central and Eastern European region - assuming conditions after a complete opening-up of the market. Among the inputs we provide an estimate ...