Ea Energy Analyses has been engaged in Chinese energy sector analyses since 2009. Focus has been on wind power integration and energy system modelling
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we are working on.
Ea Energy Analyses is contributing to the NORAD sponsored programme “Power Market Reform Technical Cooperation with China”. Ea is part of a team that provides technical assistance and..
National level grid planners in China and in Europe (ENTSO-E) have similar tasks in developing coordinated grid planning across a very large system, consisting of sub-systems. The overall objective of the project..
Boosting Renewable Energy as a part of China’s energy revolution was a strategic research project – a five-year program – sponsored by the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)...
Under the auspices of the ‘Energy Country Program and Project’, the Danish Energy Agency provides technical assistance combined with policy dialogue in promotion of renewable energy, energy efficiency,..
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
The Hainan Province in the South China Sea has a growing energy demand, and currently relies mainly on non-renewable energy sources. The Chinese government has chosen the region..
Under the framework agreement with the Danish Energy Agency, this project gathered and transfered technical and regulatory experiences with co-combustion of solid biomass with coal in large utilities..
In 2015, Ea Energy Analyses developed a tool for estimating levelized cost of energy (LCoE) in collaboration with the Danish Energy Agency. The tool calculates the levelized cost..
Danish power plants are among the most flexible in the world, thereby assisting the integration of large shares of variable renewable power generation in the Danish power system...
Due to the fast increase of variable renewable energy (VRE) in power systems, rising challenges on system flexibility are currently witnessed all over the world. China, with the..
The project aimed to develop a biomass heat supply strategy for China. The project was funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and was conducted in collaboration between..
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources (State/ENR), in coordination with the U.S. inter-agency, leads the Power Consumption, Demand and Competition cooperation under Electric Power Systems Initiative of..
Since 2003, China has endeavoured to increase its production of renewable energy, resulting in the construction of a substantial number of wind and photovoltaic power plants. As a..
A demonstration project was set up in ShanXi province, China that tried to maximise the contribution of wind power to satisfy regional district heating demand. A wind farm..
Ea Energy Analyses joined a project analysing the energy system in Harbin with the purpose of detecting, investigating, and presenting possible institutional solutions, concepts and technologies for integrating..
Ea Energy Analyses and China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI) conducted a study on ancillary services and standardisation of grid connection for integrating renewable energy into smart grid..
In cooperation with China National Renewable Energy Centre (CNREC), the Japanese National Institute of Environmental Studies and the Danish Energy Agency, Ea Energy Analyses has developed energy scenarios..
The Government of China planned to pilot a scheme with energy efficiency certificates. The aim was to achieve 16% reduction in energy intensity cost-effectively during the 12th Five-Year..
The project objective was to support the China National Renewable Energy Centre’s (CNREC) development of the CREAM-EDO model and to partake in the development of scenarios analysis using the..
In March 2011, Ea Energy Analyses conducted a series of training seminars regarding energy modelling using the Balmorel model for the State Grid Energy Research Institute (SGERI) and..
Ea Energy Analyses and Energinet.dk have assisted Vestas and the Chinese State Grid Energy Research Institute with a project on integration of wind power in the Chinese energy..
In 2005 Chinese-Danish cooperation within the energy sector led to the launch of the Wind Energy Development (WED) Programme. Implementation of the programme started in April 2006 and..