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I was born in Cinfães, Portugal in 1984. I received the Master’s degree in Electrical and Computers Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal, in 2009 with major studies in Electricity Markets. I have been working ever since in the R&D Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) at INESC TEC where I am a researcher. My professional contribute includes participation in consulting projects for Portuguese energy companies and participation in European projects within the networks planning and participation in projects aiming to optimize the operation of power systems.

On a personal level, I am motivated by the challenge. I am a creative and willing to learn person, not forgetting the critical spirit that I always try to preserve.

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  • Name

    Nuno Soares Fonseca
  • Cluster

    Power and Energy
  • Role

    Research Assistant
  • Since

    01st June 2011
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Publications

2016

EvolvDSO grid management tools to support TSO-DSO cooperation

Authors
Fonseca, N; Silva, J; Silva, A; Sumaili, J; Seca, L; Bessa, R; Pereira, J; Matos, M; Matos, P; Morais, AC; Caujolle, M; Sebastian Viana, M;

Publication
IET Conference Publications

Abstract
This paper presents two contributions developed in the framework of evolvDSO Project to support TSO-DSO cooperation. The Interval Constrained Interval Power Flow (ICPF) tool estimates the flexibility range at primary substations by aggregating the distribution network flexibility. The Sequential Optimal Power Flow (SOPF) tool defines a set of control actions that keep the active and reactive power flow within pre-agreed limits at primary substations level, by integrating different types of flexibility levers. Several study test cases were simulated using data of four real distribution networks from France and Portugal, with different demand/generation profiles and several degrees of flexibility.