Ensuring security of supply while coping with strong growth in consumption are formidable tasks when affordable and sustainable supply is imperative.
How can system adequacy and the need for reserves be ensured at the same time as renewable energy is increasing in the power system? Power pool planning, design of feed-in tariffs and industrial energy efficiency policies are examples of Ea activities in South Africa.
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
In this project, Ea Energy Analyses carried out two training courses on the power system model Balmorel for South African Power Utility company and TSO Eskom and the..
Ea Energy Analyses was a consultant for DEA (the Danish Energy Agency) in this modelling study. The objective was to study the potential impact of enhanced thermal power plant..
In this project, Ea Energy Analyses developed a training plan on the power sector model Plexos for the South African Department of Energy (DoE). The goal of the..
Ea Energy Analyses, along with EOH Enerweb, DTU and Energinet, was involved in a project titled “Strategy about System Adequacy and Reserve Margin with Increasing Levels of Variable..
The Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building has entered a co-operation with South Africa, with the purpose of reducing the emissions of greenhouse gasses by increasing the..
Ea Energy Analyses has provided assistance to the South African government on developing a regulatory framework that promotes investments from IPP’s in renewable energy. This entailed providing technical..
Ea Energy Analyses has been leading a consortium consisting of the Danish TSO, Energinet.dk, and a DSO, SEAS-NVE, which was training Eskom engineers in methodologies for connecting wind..
As part of the technical assistance provided to the National Treasury of South Africa, Ea Energy Analyses was asked to calculate the expected levelised cost of wind power in..
Ea Energy Analyses has developed a model of the South African power system to determine the value of deploying 3,625 MW of renewable energy generating capacity. Two scenarios..
The project involved developing a catalogue on tariff models that can be used to address energy poverty in Cape Town. The catalogue focuses on various tariff models for..