Ea Energy Analyses has analyzed the security of supply for the next ten years together with 10 member countries of the EAPP. The result is written in EAPP's first Power Balance Statement. Further investments are required to secure supply in the area.


Read more about the project here, where you can also download the report Technical Assistance for Operational Readiness of the EAPP.







China Renewable Outlook 2019 (CREO) was launched at the China Pavilion, COP25 in Madrid today.

Opening speeches by Dan Jørgensen, Minister of Energy, Utilities and Climate in Denmark, and ZHAO Yingmin, Vice Minister of Ecology and Environment and China’s chief negotiator in the climate talks. Both expressed strong and unequivocal support of the work. Director Wang Zhongying presented the overall contours of the outlook. Followed by detailed presentations from Zhao Yongqiang and Liu Jian and Lars Bregnbæk from Ea.


China Renewable Energy Outlook is an analysis of the energy system transition pathways and measures from fossil fuels to renewables in China in the context of the promotion of Energy Revolution and the implementation of the Paris Agreement. While CREO takes a long-term perspective, this year’s outlook’s key policy analyses and recommendations are focus on setting goals and policy measures for the 14th five-year plan (2021-2025), which is being draw up.


China Renewable Energy Outlook is published annually as a part of program ‘Boosting Renewable Energy as a part of China’s Energy Revolution’ – a multilateral effort led by the China National Renewable Energy Centre. The work is supported by the Children’s Investment Fund foundation and the Danish and German governments.


Ea Energy Analyses has contributed to the report as well as the previous outlooks. You can read more about the current and past outlooks here, where you can download the CREO 2019 executive summary report launched today.







Lars Bregnbæk from Ea Energy Analyses participated in today’s panel discussion on China’s role in the climate policy arena, as part of MERICS Lunch Talk at the Mercator Institute for China Studies in Berlin.


On the way to COP25 in Madrid where the China Renewable Energy Outlook 2019 will be launched on the 12th, Ea made a pit-stop in Berlin to discuss the main findings of the 2019 Outlook.


Kerstin Lohse-Friedrich, Director of Communications at MERICS, moderated the discussion with a panel consisting of: Carolin Schenuit, team Leader for System and Market Integration of Renewable Energies at the German Energy Agency, Lars Bregnbæk, partner at Ea Energy Analyses, and Nis Grünberg, analyst at MERICS. The discussion was recorded and made available as a podcast by Merics here.



Discussion topics:

  • Core takeaways of CREO 2019
  • What is the current state of the Chinese climate policy?
  • What challenges does China face in its energy transition?
  • Which regulatory, technical and structural measures are most urgent in order to make progress?


China Renewable Energy Outlook 2019 provides a status on the Chinese energy transition, analyses China’s current energy policies and provides recommendations for further development based on extensive long-term energy system modelling. Ea Energy Analyses has contributed substantially to the report as well as the previous outlooks. Read more about the project here.






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