Potential implementation of demand side approach methods in ERRA countries

The objective of this study is to provide the ERRA regulatory community with an overview of
the wide set of tools that enable more efficient use of current electricity infrastructures by
making electricity demand more responsive to developments on the supply side of the market,
especially tightening capacity and associated increase in production costs. The paper provides
also three case-studies on the potential implementation of demand side approach methods in
three ERRA countries, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Hungary, and Republic of
Serbia. The main purpose of the country-studies is to give an example on how demand
response tools could be fitted to different market-structures and regulatory environments
present in the ERRA community.


Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK)

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