New location for Ea Energy Analyses
We are happy to announce that we have moved to a new office space at Gammeltorv – still at the heart of Copenhagen. After more than 10 years at Frederiksholms Kanal we look forward to continue our work in the new surroundings.

In the future you can find us at the following address:


Gammeltorv 8, 6th floor
1457 Copenhagen K


We look forward to welcoming you at the new office space and enjoy the view over Copenhagen with you.







New strategy for thermal gasification of biomass

Thermal gasification can become an important part of the future energy system. Ea Energy Analysis has, for the Thermal Gasification Partnership, collected input from a number of stakeholders to construct an overall strategy. The report describes the partnership, how Denmark is far advanced with gasification technologies and processes that can play a role in energy systems worldwide and that the market for gasification technology is large in both Denmark and abroad. However, there is still a significant need for targeted research, technology development and demonstration facilities as well as favorable long-term framework conditions to get investors involved. Download the report Strategiudspil termisk forgasning (Danish).

The strategy is featured in FIB issue 64, which is a themed publication on thermal gasification. The magazine can be downloaded here and the article here (Danish).


Go to forgasning.dk to find out more about the Thermal Gasification Partnership.







New report on power plant flexibility in China

Danish power plants are among the most flexible in the world, thereby assisting the integration of large shares of variable renewable power generation in the Danish power system. Ea Energy Analyses contributed to an analysis that investigated the value of power plant flexibility in a Chinese context, where curtailment of renewables has been a pressing issue. The analysis found that greater power plant flexibility can: Reduce curtailment of renewable energy, lower coal use and CO2 emissions, and reduce overall power system costs. The Danish and Chinese experiences were shared at a power plant flexibility event that took place in Copenhagen on May 24th, 2018 in conjunction with the ninth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) and Nordic Clean Energy Week.

Project contributors were:

  • Electric Power Planning and Engineering Institute (EPPEI)
  • The Danish Energy Agency
  • China National Renewable Energy Centre (CNREC)
  • Energinet.dk
  • Ea Energy Analyses


Read DEA's press release (Danish only) and the report Thermal Power Plant Flexibility







Updated DEA methodology papers for energy statistics within biomass

You can now download the Danish Energy Agency’s (DEA) updated methodology papers for energy statistics within biomass on the DEA’s website. 


Ea Energy Analyses (Ea) has updated the methodology papers in cooperation with the DEA, in connection to the study of the Danish wood pellet market for 2016. The methodology papers have updated concepts, definitions and methods for making energy statistics for respectively wood chips, firewood, straw, wood waste and wood pellets. 







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