South East Europe Electricity Roadmap (SEERMAP)

László Szabo, András Mezősi, Zsuzsanna Pató, Enikő Kácsor, Ágnes Kelemen, G. Resch, L. Liebmann

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Abstract

Three long term power market scenarios are used in the SEERMAP project to analyse the energy transition options for the SEE region. A deep `decarbonisation' scenario can be measured and compared to a `no target' scenario, with no explicit CO 2 and renewable targets, and a `delayed action' scenario when targets are set later in the time period. The main drivers of these scenarios are the increasing RES deployment levels and the carbon pricing scheme, assumed to be introduced in 2030 for the non-EU countries of the region. The results highlight the strong decarbonisation potential in the region resulting from high RES potential. In the decarbonisation scenarios for most West Balkan countries, gas assumes a transitory role.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM
Subtitle of host publication15th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)
Place of PublicationLodz
Pages1-5
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Sept 2018

Research Field

  • Integrated Energy Systems

Keywords

  • Power generation planning
  • Power system modelling
  • renewable energy sources

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