Photovoltaic solar modules for facades, wind systems and pavements capable of generating power: welcome to the cities of the future! The journey that began in 2020, towards promoting the decarbonisation of cities through renewable energy communities, is now coming to an end.
17th August 2023
What is the relationship between companies and universities? What path should Portugal follow to leverage innovation partnerships that boost industrialisation and growth? These were some of topics discussed during an event promoted by Agência Lusa and COTEC Portugal, featuring INESC TEC.
28th July 2023
Is the refrigerator the top energy-consuming appliance in my home? Is my house ready for the temperature changes during winter and summer? What energy efficiency actions can I adopt? How can I monitor my household energy consumption? These and other issues were addressed in the first workshops of the Ecovale project, aimed at the population of Barcelos and Vila Nova de Famalicão; the events brought together dozens of citizens from both cities.
28th July 2023
During the months of June and July, INESC TEC will carry out a capacity-building action dedicated to "Smart Grids" targeting the professors at the Higher Institute of Engineering and Marine Sciences (ISECMAR) of the Atlantic Technical University (UTA), Cape Verde, as well as a training initiative with business actors part of the electricity sector. This action follows the cooperation agreement between INESC TEC and UTA, signed in 2022.
21st June 2023
The main objective of the Vine & Wine Portugal Agenda, supported by the Recovery and Resilience Plan (PRR) is to promote energy transition and digital innovation, while generating added value through the Portuguese winemaking sector. The development or presentation of mature technologies will be a key-element of the project, enabling the promotion of a more sustainable and environmentally friendly production – aspects that are quite relevant to a sector that’s highly influenced by climate change.
15th May 2023
Renewable energy sources are crucial to the decarbonisation of the economy, but their integration into the power system requires a change in the operating and planning model. The recently concluded Smart4RES project led to improvements in the forecasting of renewable production, and it will support the decision-making of power system operators and market agents, under uncertainty and risk.
15th May 2023
Portugal is the fifth country in the European Union (EU) at a greatest risk of energy poverty, according to recent European data and studies, which name our country as the worst in the EU concerning the percentage of children exposed to phenomena like humidity, darkness, cold and/or noise. To address a challenge launched by ERSE – Energy Services Regulatory Authority, INESC TEC joined CEVE – Cooperativa Eléctrica do Vale d’Este to support this entity in developing and implementing a set of actions to raise awareness of energy poverty in the municipalities of Vila Nova de Famalicão and Barcelos.
28th February 2023
SINNOGENES – Storage Innovations for Green Energy Systems – is the new European project that aims to develop and demonstrate methodologies and tools for the integration of new energy storage technologies, towards supporting the decarbonisation of residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural sectors.
27th February 2023
The Energy Services Regulatory Authority (ERSE) has recently acknowledged a pilot-project by INESC TEC, CapWatt and the Imosede Real Estate Investment Fund; the main goal is to test dynamic energy sharing rules within the “Sonae Campus” collective self-consumption.
06th January 2023
Over the next three years, the project ENERSHARE - European commoN EneRgy dataSpace framework enabling data sHaring-driven Across- and beyond- eneRgy sErvices-, with INESC TEC as partner, will develop a reference architecture that facilitates data sharing in the energy sector.
20th December 2022
Over the next four years, the BeFlexible - Boosting Engagement to Increase Flexibility project will increase the flexibility of the energy system, improve cooperation between Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and Transmission System Operators (TSOs), and facilitate communication between all energy stakeholders. The Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) is the only Portuguese partner of the project, which will be financed by the European Commission (€10M) through the Horizon Europe programme.
06th December 2022
At the age of 30, Carla Gonçalves won the first edition of the international EDP Labelec Merit Award 2022 for best PhD thesis, thanks to her work "Renewable Energy Forecasting – Extreme Quantiles, Data Privacy and Monetization". The researcher at the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) developed mathematical models that allow reducing errors in predicting the production of renewable-based electricity, contributing to increase the renewable energy sources in the power grid.
25th November 2022
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