Ea Energy Analyses was part of the ENSYMORA project, which was a comprehensive Danish research project aiming to develop and improve methods and models used for energy systems analysis and planning to better reflect the large changes in future energy systems.
The models will be used to analyse technical options, economic incentives and policies related to both demand and supply of electricity. In particular, the models will be used to address the challenges of a fossil free energy system.
The project used the modelling tool Balmorel as well as other modelling tools.
All major Danish research groups
The project consortium consisted of all major research groups within energy modelling in Denmark: Risø DTU, DTU Informatics, AAU Department of Development and Planning, RAM-løse edb and Ea Energy Analyses as well as a number of international experts within energy modelling and policy analyses. Energinet.dk (the Danish TSO) and the Danish Energy Association contributed with data and specific knowledge of the energy sector.
Ea Energy Analyses contributed to the work focusing on electricity system operation and investment under uncertainty and the operation and investment of independent power producers under uncertainty.