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Competitive energy markets are subject to comprehensive regulation. This defines market design and the rules for other regulated areas – for example, market segments, energy industry infrastructures, and responsibilities or settlement mechanisms in energy markets.
Our quantitative and empirical methodological competence, our detailed knowledge of the market, as well as our many years of experience in the field of empirical economic research, enable us to discuss the effects of existing political frameworks and instruments, and provide reliable quantitative estimates – even in the most complex cases. For the quantitative analysis of Europe-wide effects and interactions of energy policy decisions, we rely in particular on our energy system model SESAM, which has been tried and tested over many years and has been continuously expanded.