Ea Energy Analyses arranges courses in energy markets, energy modelling, for instance in the energy systems model Balmorel, and many other topics.
The courses take place in-house or at the location of the client, and now also online, via our e-learning platform eaedu.
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
Every summer Energifonden (the Energy Fund) holds their Summer School event for participants from government bodies, interest organisations, energy companies, advisors, NGO’s etc., about the development of the..
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 delivered a four-week course on the Balmorel model, together with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), to 27 participants coming from Indonesia and India. In..
Ea Energy Analyses organised a five-day course on the power system model Balmorel with a focus on energy planning and analysis of the power sector in developing countries...
The use of electricity is increasing rapidly in Vietnam – and the supply is today primarily based on coal. In a number of projects, energy scenarios for Vietnam..
In this project, Ea Energy Analyses organised a two-day workshop for the Moroccan utility ONEE (l’Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Portable), focusing on PV integration. The..
Ea Energy Analyses was part of the ENSYMORA project, which was a comprehensive Danish research project aiming to develop and improve methods and models used for energy systems..
Ea Energy Analyses provided ad hoc assistance in developing and using the Balmorel model for analysis and development of the power system in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The..
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..
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..