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Nasci em Cinfães, Portugal em 1984. Completei o Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Eletrotécnica e de Computadores pela Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (FEUP), Portugal em 2009 com a especialidade em mercados de eletricidade. Tenho trabalhado desde então no Centro de Sistema de Energia (CPES) do INESC TEC onde sou bolseiro. O meu contributo profissional inclui participações em projetos de consultoria para empresas portuguesas de energia e participações em projetos europeus na área do planeamento de redes e em projetos com o objetivo de otimizar a operação de sistemas de energia.

A nível pessoal, sou uma pessoa motivada pelo desafio. Sou uma pessoa criativa e co vontade de aprender, não esquecendo o espírito crítico que procuro sempre preservar.

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Detalhes

  • Nome

    Nuno Soares Fonseca
  • Cluster

    Energia
  • Desde

    01 junho 2011
005
Publicações

2020

A gamification platform to foster energy efficiency in office buildings

Autores
Iria, J; Fonseca, N; Cassola, F; Barbosa, A; Soares, F; Coelho, A; Ozdemir, A;

Publicação
Energy and Buildings

Abstract

2018

Dimensioning Studies for Reversible Hydro Power Plants in Portuguese Islands

Autores
Fonseca, N; Madureira, A; Lopes, JP; Matos, M;

Publicação
U.Porto Journal of Engineering

Abstract
This work is within the scope of set of consultancy studies made for Portuguese islands. It focuses on the integration of Pumped Storage Power in isolated islands. The paper starts to address several power systems circumstances about two Portuguese islands on the energetic level. For each of these islands, an independent examination of the conditions to install a reversible hydro power plant is accomplished. Therefore, the energy volume to be stored due to excess of renewable generation and the ideal power and number of the pumps and turbines to be installed were identified and evaluated for the sake of using the produced energy surplus as to be pumped and later generated. The paper enhances the importance of storing energy in the operation of isolated and small systems with considerable amount of intermittent power resources as well as the conditions for the viability of installing new exploitations of this kind.

2018

Bottom-up approach to compute DER flexibility in the transmission-distribution networks boundary

Autores
Fonseca, N; Neyestani, N; Soares, F; Iria, J; Lopes, M; Antunes, CH; Pinto, D; Jorge, H;

Publicação
Mediterranean Conference on Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Energy Conversion (MEDPOWER 2018)

Abstract

2016

EvolvDSO grid management tools to support TSO-DSO cooperation

Autores
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;

Publicação
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.