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INESC TEC promotes a series of webinars in the Energy area

During the current month, INESC TEC’s Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) and Energy cluster will launch the “Power and Energy Webinar Series” initiative. In each webinar, a researcher from INESC TEC will present and discuss ideas, as well as expected and/or already achieved results associated with the energy systems of the future.

17th July 2020

The first webinar will take place on July 23, at 11 a.m., under the motto “Distribution Grid Operation with Energy Storage and Smart-Transformers: Enabling Islanding”. Clara Gouveia and Justino Rodrigues, CPES researchers, will be responsible for leading this one-hour webinar, and they will invite participants to discuss and debate ideas in the last part of the session.

People interested in participating in the session should register on the initiative’s website: After completing the form available on the website, the participants will receive an email from the organisation with an invitation to the session.

In addition to participating as members of the audience, interested parties can also be part of the panel of speakers at one of the upcoming webinars; all they have to do is send an email to The organisation will analyse the e-mails and contact researchers who work in the same scientific fields, who will then contact the respective interested parties.

The date for the second webinar is already scheduled: on September 14, at 11 a.m., Carla Gonçalves and Ricardo Andrade, CPES researchers, will make two presentations on ” Data science applied to the electricity market and renewable energy forecasting”. The registration link for the second webinar will be available during the last week of July.

The organisation will provide all webinars on the initiative’s website.

The INESC TEC researchers mentioned in this news piece are associated with INESC TEC.