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INESC TEC develops new models for electricity consumption forecasting

In partnership with Energy Institute of Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, INESC TEC's Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) developed new statistical and machine learning models for electricity consumption forecasting at the nodes of a transmission network, for one week ahead time horizon. The models will be used by Austrian Power Grid AG transmission system operator (TSO), in order to reduce operating costs, and improve security in terms of power system supply.

23rd September 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC will demonstrate the potential of offshore hybrid energy

The efficient and effective use of offshore renewable energies is critical to meet the EU's goal of achieving zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The €45M European marine energy project EU-SCORES (European SCalable Offshore Renewable Energy Sources) will contribute to this goal by exploring the large-scale potential of solar, wind and offshore marine systems for the first time, through the installation of two demonstrations in Europe - one in Portugal and another in Belgium.

14th September 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC develops data processing applications for a more efficient management of low-voltage grids

INESC TEC's Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) developed a computational application for estimating technical losses in low-voltage (LV) distribution grids, considering scenarios with different data availability. The technology, developed within the scope of the Grid2C - Local Grid Coordination & Control project, will help organising the LV grids according to technical losses, by comparing information collected by sensors at the substations.

20th August 2021

Power and Energy

Summer internships at the Center for Power and Energy Systems end on a positive note

Seven Portuguese and foreign students spent the entire month of July getting to know the projects promoted by CPES, also participating in research activities.

20th August 2021

Power and Energy

EFACEC develops solutions for the management of energy storage systems with INESC TEC software

The FLEXERGY Project developed a battery monitoring, control, and management solution to maximise self-consumption and optimise operating costs.

30th June 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC promotes the decarbonisation of cities through batteries

The Baterias 2030 project will establish a living laboratory in Braga's city centre for demonstration of concepts and technologies.

21st May 2021

Power and Energy

DECARBONIZE: new project aims to contribute to the decarbonisation of cities

A project geared towards citizens, technologies and public policies, focusing on digitalisation for a more efficient use of energy, and the reduction of the cities' carbon footprint.

18th May 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC participates in the first “living lab” of renewable energies in Porto

"Asprela + Sustentável" gathers a dynamic community and infrastructure around new concepts and energy policies.

09th April 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC participates in European consortium to promote energy transition

The Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) joined the initiative as regional representative of Azores, Madeira, and Cape Verde.

03rd March 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC creates two pioneering tools for the interaction between power system operators

The TDX-ASSIST focuses on the development of a technological infrastructure that promotes cooperation between TSO and DSO.

01st March 2021

Power and Energy

INESC TEC forecasts the impact of electric vehicles on the E-REDES networks

Consultancy project evaluates the impact of the large-scale rollout of electric vehicles on the distribution network and anticipates future investment needs.

09th February 2021

Power and Energy

AI to reduce the cognitive load and support distribution grid operators

The system learns from historical data of outages’ events in the distribution grid, in order to support human operators in the processing of large volumes of information.

25th January 2021

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