The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we are working on.
The main purpose of the GreenLab Skive P2X project is to demonstrate and develop an effective interaction between solar and wind energy, infrastructure, storage, and production of hydrogen..
China aims to peak their carbon emissions by 2030, and to reach carbon neutrality by 2060. To achieve this, a transformation of energy infrastructure, planning and regulation is..
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
Ea Energy Analyses has conducted a screening of the hydrogen market. In the analysis the national hydrogen strategies are examined, along with the costs of hydrogen production, and..
For the China Energy Transformation Outlook 2021 (CETO2021), which is a study presenting pathways for China to reach their climate targets, Ea Energy Analyses has contributed to a..
Ea Energy Analyses has assisted the climate partnership for the energy and supply sector with an analysis of several initiatives for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Denmark towards..
In this project Ea Energy Analyses prepared a summary brief for Dansk Energi (lobby organisation for Danish energy companies) as input for a strategy on Power to X..
Electrification is increasingly seen as a crucial prerequisite for achieving the Danish climate ambitions of at least 55% renewable energy in 2030 and independence of fossil fuels in..
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..
Since the inauguration of the hydro power plant Paakitsoq at Ilulissat in 2012, it has become apparent that the potential for production from the plant is higher than..
Ea Energy Analyses participated in the project Analysis for Commercialisation of Hydrogen Technologies. The Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells led the project and EUPD supported it. The..
Ea participates in four projects about electrolysis by means of “solid oxide electrolyser cells”. By using electrolysis, inexpensive electricity can be used to convert e.g. biogas or CO2 and..
Find information about one of our projects in Türkiye here.