Theme: China

Ea Energy Analyses’ activities in China

Ea Energy Analyses has been engaged in Chinese energy sector analyses since 2009. Focus has been on wind power integration and energy system modelling.

 

Coordinated operating mechanism for renewable energy

To assist with a smooth transition towards an increase in renewable energy within the Chinese Energy System the China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute (CREEI) is designing a ‘coordinated operating mechanism’ for the Hami power base with assistance from Ea Energy Analyses and Energinet.dk in the project Coordinated operating mechanism for renewable energy

 

Boosting Renewable Energy

In the project Boosting Renewable Energy as a part of China’s energy system revolution is a five-year program, which object is to deliver scientific research based on hard data and detailed analyses as input to the Chinese decision-making using modelling and energy analyses of the Chinese Energy Supply.

 

Chinese trading schemes for energy efficiency and carbon reductions

Ea Energy Analyses has been providing assistance to the World Bank on a review of trading schemes for energy efficiency, renewable energy and carbon emissions. The projekt Chinese trading schemes for energy efficiency and carbon reductions has been conducted together with Ricardo-AEA (United Kingdom)

 

Renewable energy heating supply in the Shanxi province

Ea Energy Analyses is involved in the process of analysis and simulation of the energy system, transmission capabilities and the regulatory environment. Renewable energy heating supply in the Shanxi province is a demonstration project with the purpose to maximize the contribution of wind power to satisfy regional district heating demand.

 

System integration of wind power in North-East China

In Harbin it is being detecting, investigating, and presenting possible institutional solutions, concepts and technologies for integration of the increasing share of fluctuating wind energy into the district heating / combined-heat-and-power (CHP) system. The project System integration of wind power in North-East China is managed in coordination with COWI, Harbin and Aarhus municipalities, China Electric Power Research Institute and State Grid Energy Research Institute (SGERI).

 

Scenarios for low carbon transition and RE development in China

In cooperation with China National Renewable Energy Centre (CNREC) and Danish Energy Agency (DEA) Ea Energy Analyses is conducting a study of different Renewable Energy adoption future scenarios for China by 2050.

The study is based on the project, Model development and scenario analysis support, which objective is to support the CNREC development of the CREAM-EDO model and to partake in the development of scenarios analysis using the model.

 

REEEP Ancillary services in China

Ea Energy Analyses and China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI) are conducting a study on ancillary services and standardisation of grid connection for integrating renewable energy into smart grid in China.

 

Balmorel model training seminars

In 2011 Ea Energy Analyses was conducting a series of training seminars regarding energy modelling using the Balmorel model for the State Grid Energy Research Institute (SGERI) and China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI).

 

International experiences in wind power integration put into a Chinese context

Furthermore Ea Energy Analyses and Energinet.dk assisted Vestas and the Chinese State Grid Energy Research Institute with a project on integration of wind power in the Chinese energy system. The project includes a comprehensive overview of international experiences in wind power integration put into a Chinese context as well as a deep analysis of the technical, institutional and economic challenges and solutions regarding wind power integration in China today and in the future.

 

Wind power integration in the Heilongjiang province in North-East China

In 2010 Ea Energy Analyses took part in a project led by the China Electric Power Research Insititute (CEPRI) and with participation of the Heilongjiang Electric Power Company. The project aimed to develop scenarios for hourly dispatch in the power system in order to analyse wind power integration in the province of Heilongjiang. The scenarios analyse different measures to ensure flexibility in the system, including more flexible use of CHP. The project was disseminated at a seminar in Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang, in June 2010.

 

Identification of potential wind energy projects

Also in 2010 Ea Energy Analyses, together with Danish Energy Management, Enecore Carbon and Azure International, analysed the Chinese wind sector with the specific objective to identify wind energy projects potentially relevant for IFC investment or other financial cooperation.

 

Review of the WED programme

In 2009 Ea Energy Analyses assisted the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a review of the Sino-Danish Wind Energy Development programme (the WED programme) which was carried out in the period 2006 to 2010. Furthermore we assisted the WED programme and the ongoing Sino-Danish Renewable Energy Development programme (the RED programme) in organising an international workshop on large-scale wind power grid integration. The workshop was held in October 2009 in Beijing as part of the China Wind Power Conference 2009.

 

 

 

Last update 05.01.2016

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