On April 28 and 29, the Clean Energy for EU Island Secretariat will organise the Energy Academy, in Madeira, dedicated to the Portuguese islands. With this event, the Secretariat team - together with RdA Climate Solutions and the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) - aims to support the inhabitants of the islands to select, assess, execute and communicate their energy transition projects.
08th April 2022
The Energy Systems Integration Group (ESIG), formerly known as Utility Wind Integration Group (UWIG), is a non-profit organisation established in 1989 and headquartered in the United States of America.
29th March 2022
Ricardo Bessa and João Catalão, both researchers at INESC TEC, were nominated top editors in 2021 by IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy and IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, respectively.
21st March 2022
10th January 2022
INESC TEC concluded a project that focused on the development of new control features for the transformer substation of the future, considering construction, environmental and electrical aspects. The work was carried out within the scope of the project NEXTSTEP – NEXT distribution SubsTation improvEd Platform.
22nd December 2021
João Catalão, INESC TEC researcher, was recently appointed Fellow by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
16th December 2021
Within the scope of the work developed by the TEC4ENERGY initiative, INESC TEC participated in the ENLIT Europe.
10th December 2021
The development of a data market for the energy sector, based on the principles of sharing and valuing data from different owners - this was INESC TEC's objective.
09th December 2021
The Sustainable HPC project which, results from an (approved) application to the Innovation and Energy Efficiency Funds by INESC TEC and INEGI, has started.
25th November 2021
INESC TEC is part of the new CoLAB HyLAB – Green Hydrogen Collaborative Laboratory, a non-profit private association that will promote the scientific and technological development of green hydrogen in Portugal.
06th October 2021
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
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
The access to the final selection minute is only available to applicants.
Please check the confirmation e-mail of your application to obtain the access code.