Ten INESC TEC researchers are among the top-cited academics worldwide, part of the top 2% in their respective fields, according to a ranking developed by researchers from Stanford University (U.S.A.), and published in late 2020.
26th April 2021
"Asprela + Sustentável" gathers a dynamic community and infrastructure around new concepts and energy policies.
09th April 2021
The Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) joined the initiative as regional representative of Azores, Madeira, and Cape Verde.
03rd March 2021
The TDX-ASSIST focuses on the development of a technological infrastructure that promotes cooperation between TSO and DSO.
01st March 2021
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
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
Ten years of a dream that started long before 2010, and “evolved as technology advanced”. INESC TEC‘s Laboratory of Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles (SGEVL) reaches an important landmark, with very good memories.
29th December 2020
Hydropower will play a key role in the decarbonisation process. The path to decarbonisation relies on a significant increase in the production of variable renewable energy - which, in turn, is expected to cause high volatility in the European electricity system.
29th December 2020
The top three places were awarded to the theses developed by researchers at INESC TEC’s Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES).
02nd December 2020
After being tested in three different pilots, in which INESC TEC's building, ECOplay, the mobile application that helps you save energy, is now available for free download - for all iOS and Android smartphones users.
10th November 2020
INESC TEC took 1st and 2nd place in the master's thesis category, and 2nd place in the PhD thesis rank, at the APREN 2020 awards.
26th October 2020
INESC TEC, together with INEGI and P2E, is helping one of the IKEA factories in Portugal in the definition of smart control strategies for the ventilation and air conditioning system of the building. The main objective? Help the factory improving the energy efficiency of different systems and processes, such as dust or gas extraction, and the use of renewable resources, while achieving higher levels of comfort and indoor air quality.
11th September 2020
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