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The Effect of the US Sanctions on the Central and Eastern European Energy Sector

The US sanction bill enacted in 2017 targets Russian energy export projects, and creates significant risk for any companyone seeking to do business with designated Russian companies involved s or in Russian frontier energy projects. The new REKK Policy ...

Twin peaks?

The high summer HUPX prices and the potential price effects of higher PV penetration in Hungary

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 ...

20 of October, 2017

Making the Energy Transition a European Success - Publication of Jacques Delors Institute’s new report and roundtable discussion

The aim of the event is the presentation of the main results of the ’Energy Transition’ report by the distinguished authors themselves.

14 of September, 2017

SEERMAP Final Conference

The South East Europe Electricity Roadmap (SEERMAP) project develops electricity sector scenarios until 2050 for the South East Europe region. The project focuses on 9 countries in South East Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece ...

South East Europe Electricity Roadmap - SEERMAP

The SEERMAP project focuses on two crucial policy areas in the electricity sector of the West Balkan region concerning its long term energy development and decarbonisation path. One area is the potential of long term renewable deployment in the target ...

Revised renewable statistic

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 ...

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South East Europe Electricity Roadmap - SEERMAP

The SEERMAP project focuses on two crucial policy areas in the electricity sector of the West Balkan region concerning its long term energy development and decarbonisation path. One area is the potential of long term renewable deployment in the target countries. The other is infrastructure, with a focus on the necessary transmission network developments. These areas will be examined in detail with the application of state of the art energy sector models of the participating consortia partners (electricity ...

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