The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we are working on.
Ea Energy Analyses is participating in a research project about development and testing of a flow battery based solely on fungal quinones. Aalborg University is the lead on..
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
Energinet has asked Ea Energy Analyses to analyse the benefits and main drivers for the installation of electricity storage units in the Danish power system. This will supplement the..
The objective of the project was to propose tools and methodologies for system flexibility (e.g. smart generation, storage capacity, demand flexibility) in relation to the expected increse of wind and..
The great rise in output from sun and wind power begs the question of the need for electricity storage. In this project, Ea Energy Analyses mapped relevant technologies..
On behalf of the Danish Energy Agency and Energinet Elsystemansvar A/S, Ea Energy Analyses did a screening of different technical solutions for hydrogen storage. The purpose of the..
In Høje Taastrup the establishment of a pit heat thermal storage is planned, which has an effect/storage ratio where up-and offloading can have a duration of days or..
The five Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – have some of the most ambitious energy and climate policies in the world. Despite this, achieving..
The Danish Energy Agency and Energinet jointly develop technology catalogues for assessments of developments in energy technology. The catalogues are used in connection with model work and other..
Ea Energy Analyses has collaborated with the The Danish Utility Regulator on analyses of the costs of reserves in the electricity system. The work has included analyses of..
Wind power and other renewable energy sources will be key to reducing the CO2 emissions from the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. The transmission grid is a crucial component..
The Capital Region of Denmark, Local Government Denmark (Capital section) and the 29 municipalities in the region, utilities, knowledge institutions and consultants, as well as the partner organisation..
Ea Energy Analyses has analysed the socioeconomic consequences associated with importing waste to fill unused capacity in Denmark’s existing waste incineration plants. The analyses compares different scenarios with..
Ea Energy Analyses participated in the EDISON project (Electric vehicles in a Distributed and Integrated market using Sustainable energy and Open Networks) during the period of Jan. 2009..
With increasing amounts of wind power, developing the overall energy system into a more dynamic system becomes all the more important. A wide range of national and international..