Session A1 | Session A2 | Session A3 | Session A4

02 Nov 2023
14:30 - 16:00

Session A1 | Session A2 | Session A3 | Session A4

Session A1 – Energy policy and regulation | Auditorium C

Chair: José Villar (INESC TEC)

  • Comparison of Selected Self-Consumption Regulatory Approaches in Europe

Armando Moreno, Joao Mello, José Villar

INESC TEC

  • Times Modelling of a Low-Cost Decarbonized Power System: The Maghreb Case Study

Yasmine ayed (1), Patricia Fortes (1), Rafat Al Afif (2)

(1) CENSE – Centre for Environmental and Sustainability Research Energy and Climate, NOVA School of Science and Technology, NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal; (2) Institute of Chemical and Energy Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

  • Scaling Up Renewable Energy in Burkina Faso and Côte D’Ivoire: Which Role for the Governance and Market Regulatory Frameworks?

Mounirah Bissiri (1,3), Patrícia Pereira da Silva (1,2,3), Nuno Carvalho Figueiredo (1,3,5), Pedro Moura (1,4)

(1) Energy for Sustainability Initiative, University of Coimbra, Portugal; (2) Univ. Coimbra, CeBER, Faculty of Economics, Portugal; (3) INESC Coimbra, University of Coimbra, Portugal; (4) Univ. Coimbra, Institute of Systems and Robotics, Portugal; (5) Univ Aveiro, Dpt. of Mechanical Engineering

  • Assessing the Short-Term Macroeconomic Impacts of Distinct Power Generation Mixes: The Portuguese Case

Carla Teotónio (1), João Pedro Ferreira (2), Luís Cruz (1)

(1) CeBER, Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, Portugal; (2) Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, University of Virginia (USA)

  • Globalising Pollution: An Assessment of The Ecological Footprint of Imports From OECD Countries

Rafaela Vital Caetano, António Cardoso Marques, Tiago Lopes Afonso

University of Beira Interior, Portugal

 

Session A2 – Innovation in energy | Room 1

Chair: Mara Madaleno (Universidade Aveiro, GOVCOPP)

  • Drivers for Eco-Innovation in the European Union: The Role of Trade and Digitalisation

Madalena Vasconcelos-Garcia (1), Inês Carrilho-Nunes (2)

(1) Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; (2) CEG-IST, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

  • Energy and Environment-Related Innovation: Assessment in Europe

Mónica Meireles (1), Mara Madaleno (2), Margarita Robaina (2)

(1) ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal; (2) GOVCOPP e Universidade de Aveiro

  • EU ETS Impact on Companies Performance in Portugal: A Sector Analysis

Mara Madaleno (1), Margarita Robaina (2), Mónica Meireles (3), Pablo Silva (4)

(1) Universidade de Aveiro and GOVCOPP; (2) Universidade de Aveiro and GOVCOPP; (3) Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE – IUL), Business Research Unit (BRU-IUL); (4) Universidade de Aveiro

  • Simple Energy Loss Estimation in Water Distribution Systems

Miguel Allen Lima

BrightScience, Portugal

  • Obtaining Synthesis Gas Via Co-Electrolysis of Water with Added Biomass

João Fernando Pereira Gomes (1,2), Jaime Filipe Borges Puna (1,2), Diogo Martins (1), Sila Ozkan Pereira (1,2)

(1) ISEL, Portugal; (2) CERENA/IST, Portugal

 

Session A3 – Energy Poverty | Room 2

Chair: António Cardoso Marques (Universidade da Beira Interior)

  • Energy Poverty Advisory Hub Atlas: Exploring Energy Poverty Initiatives Through Data Analysis in the European Union

Salomé Bessa (1,2,3), João Pedro Gouveia (1,2,3)

(1) CENSE – Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research & CHANGE – Global Change and Sustainability Institute; (2) CHANGE – Global Change and Sustainability Institute; (3) NOVA School of Science and Technology of NOVA University Lisbon

  • Trend and Determinant of Energy Poverty: A Regional Study of Selected African Countries

Francisco Dos Venal, Manuel Moutinho, Raúl Ferreira

Universidade Beira Interior, Portugal; Universidade Beira Interior, Portugal e NECE-UBI; Universidade Beira Interior, Portugal e NECE-UBI

  • Consequences of the Energy Transition on Poverty: Evidence from the Southern African Development Community

António Cardoso Marques (1), Diogo Santos Pereira (2), Querubim Capimolo Lucamba (3)

(1) University of Beira Interior and NECE-UBI, Portugal; (2) University of Beira Interior and NECE-UBI, Portugal; (3) University of Beira Interior, Portugal

  • Can Local Organizations Contribute to Just Energy Transitions? Exploring Potential Roles as Intermediaries in Energy Support

Miguel Macias Sequeira, João Pedro Gouveia, João Joanaz de Melo

CENSE – Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research & CHANGE – Global Change and Sustainability Institute, NOVA School of Science and Technology, NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal

  • A Problem Shared Is a Problem Halved? Exploring Interests, Power and Responsibility in Portuguese Decarbonisation Policies

Katherine Mahoney, João Pedro Gouveia, Rita Lopes

NOVA University of Lisbon, Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research, Portugal

 

Session A4 – Consumers participation in energy transition | Room 3

Chair: Rui Costa Neto (IST ID, Instituto Superior Técnico)

  • How Can Renewable Energy Communities Increase Value in Addition to Individual Self-Consumption

Inês Pequito Carvalho (1), Jorge Sousa (1,2), José Villar (3)

(1) ISEL, Portugal; (2) INESC-ID, Portugal; (3) INESC TEC, Portugal

  • Exploring Renewable Energy Communities Sharing Models: Simulating a Community in Évora

Fábio Ramos Batalha (1,2), Humberto Queiroz (1), João Cravinho (1)

(1) EDP NEW, Portugal; (2) ISEL

  • Economic Advantages of EV Participation in Grid Service for Homeowners and Utilities

Francisco Branco (1), Samuel Matias (1), João Mateus (1), Cindy Lascano (2), Manuel Pereira (2), Herbert Amezquita (2), Hugo Morais (2)

(1) CNET-CENTRE NEW ENERGY, Portugal; (2) INESC-ID, Portugal

  • How to Bend the Electricity Consumer’s Indifference? A Microeconomic Approach

Diogo Santos Pereira (1), Sónia Almeida Neves (2), António Cardoso Marques (3)

(1) University of Beira Interior and NECE-UBI, Portugal; (2) University of Beira Interior and NECE-UBI, Portugal; (3) University of Beira Interior and NECE-UBI, Portugal

  • Sustainable Development: The Real Case Study of the Koinonia Community

Rui Costa Neto, Andreas Santopaolo, Patrícia Baptista

IST ID, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal