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The European Comission had an open consultation on a EU action plan on the digitalisation of the energy sector. Diana Vieira Fernandes, researcher and PhD Candidate at the Laboratory of Industrial Ecology and Sustainability at IN+, made some contributions with special focus on main regulatory issues, from energy-related directives, as well as the new proposals on data and AI regulation.
The injection of green hydrogen and biomethane is currently seen as the next step towards the decarbonization of the gas sector in several countries. This paper evaluates impacts on gas transmission and distribution, and conducts an interchangeability analysis, supported by one-dimensional Cantera simulations.
Impact of local energy markets integration in power systems layer: A comprehensive review is an article published at Applied Energy Journal in the framework of a collaborative research by the Global Observatory on P2P, on the impact of local energy markets on the grid.
LARSyS associated laboratory through funding awarded by Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT) is searching for potential candidates for up to 16 tenure-track research positionsin the following areas: Robotics, Sustainability, Human-Computer Interaction, Energy, Computer Science, Design, Social Sciences, Data Science.
Patrícia Baptista, principal researcher at IN+, studies the energy impact of vehicles along the entire value chain, from production to end of life. Listen to her testimonial to the program 90 Seconds of Science, broadcast at radio Antena 1 [PT].
A group of researchers from the Laboratory of Industrial Ecology and Sustainability at IN+ contributed to the Public Consultation on the Long Term National Strategy to Fight Energy Poverty (2021-2050)
Centre for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research
We are a cross-disciplinary research venue, acting to integrate scientific research in technology, innovation and public policy, striving to promote the sustainable application of science. Institutionally, IN+ operates at Técnico Lisboa and is a member of the associate laboratory LARSyS.
Our activities brings together researchers from various research areas, often called laboratories, who join efforts to achieve a sustainable society, by cooperating with industry and fostering a scientific culture in our spaces, fellows and communities.