Ea Energy Analyses has conducted projects in several countries in East Africa, focused on energy efficiency and development of energy systems across countries.
The African continent is diverse in resources, growth, and development strategies. This is reflected in the growing portfolio of services and projects that Ea has carried out in East Africa. Services rendered include development of long-term energy policies, master plans, transfer of best-practice, capacity building, model training, and assistance in strategic interregional cooperation.
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we are working on.
As a part of a consortium with COWI, Viegand Maagøe and the Technical University of Denmark, Ea Energy Analyses is contributing with analyses for projects within five framework..
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
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,..
Ea Energy Analysis has together with ENGIE assisted Eastern Africa Power Pool, EAPP, to develop the next short term work plan. The proposed actions are in line with..
The Danish government has initiated a government-to-government cooperation with Ethiopia on long-term energy planning and modelling. The objective of the assignment is to support and follow up on..
Eastern African Power Pool, EAPP, publishes a Power Balance Statement each year. This means compiling the balance between expected electricity consumption and generation capacity for the next ten..
Ea Energy Analyses delivered a course on the Balmorel model, together with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), to 25 participants coming from Indonesia, Ethiopia and Egypt. In..
Ea Energy Analyses assisted the Danish Embassy in Ethiopia in designing a program for institutional capacity building – particularly in connection to wind power. The task was to..
In collaboration with the Danish Energy Agency and relevant Danish stakeholders within wind energy, the Danish Embassy organised a Wind Energy Workshop in Ethiopia. At the workshop, a..
Eastern African Power Pool, EAPP, is comprised of 10 member states: Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and the DRC. South Sudan and Djibouti have..
Recognising the potential benefit from developing a regional power pool, energy ministers from eight Eastern African countries have signed an inter-governmental Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of..
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