APEEN2021 Conference

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The 5th Annual Conference of the Portuguese Association of Energy Economics (APEEN) is fully dedicated to all aspects of the Energy Transition and Sustainability. Climate change and sustainability are challenging energy systems to new levels of innovation, in terms of technology, regulation and social values. The 5th APEEN conference aims to join leading academic scientists, researchers, innovators and business and social stakeholders, through an interdisciplinary context to present, share and discuss the most recent experiences, research results, innovations and ideas around the multiple themes on Energy Transition and Sustainability. It aims to strengthen ties among academia, industry, regulators, authorities and policy makers, as a contribution to achieve sustainable and carbon neutral energy systems.

The 5th Annual APEEN Conference is organized by CENSE (Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research) from NOVA School of Science and Tecnhology.

News

29 november 2020

Check the Conference programme

The detailed programme of the APEEN2021 conference is available, please check it here.

8 September 2020

The best article/presentation in 2021 APEEN Annual Conference will be awarded with an International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Student Prize, that is, (350$) and the annual membership rate payment of $50.00 to join APEEN/IAEE during one year.

Topics

APEEN2021 will cover the following topics:
  • Renewable energy sources and technologies
  • Energy storage
  • Energy security and sustainability
  • Technologies for carbon neutrality
  • Energy-efficient and sustainable buildings
  • Energy efficiency in industry
  • Sustainable mobility
  • Energy systems modeling
  • Energy systems resilience to climate change
  • Energy communities and prosumers
  • Energy sustainability in cities, including supply chain
  • Natural resources and materials for energy systems
  • Energy indicators for sustainability
  • Environmental impacts of energy systems
  • Digital technologies for sustainable energy systems
  • Artificial intelligence and big data for energy transition
  • Public policies and smart regulation for sustainable and carbon neutral energy system
  • Energy economics and markets
  • Energy Transition financing
  • Energy Poverty
  • Social aspects of energy transition
  • Policy, education, and legal aspects of energy transition
  • Energy for sustainable development

Call for papers

Authors are encouraged to contribute to the conference with high quality research describing original and unpublished results through extended abstracts that address the topics of the conference (see templates below). A peer-review process will select the best ones for presentation in the conference (e-poster or oral presentation). All accepted extended abstracts will be published through a Book of Proceedings, with ISBN.

All papers accepted for presentation (oral or e-poster) will have the opportunity to be considered for publication in the following journals: International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management and Sustainability (Special Issues: Energy Systems Sustainability and Multidimensional Perspectives for Energy Poverty Sustainable Mitigation). The selection will be carried out during the peer review process as well as at the conference presentation stage. Full papers submission will be managed by the editor of each Journal. The final decision for paper publication will be made based on peer review reports by the respective Journal.
 

Important Dates

  • Extended abstract submission deadline: 20 September 2020 (new deadline)
  • Authors notification: 20 October 2020
  • Submission of final extended abstract: 16 November
  • Full conference program: 10 December 2020

Guidelines for Authors

Authors must submit an extended abstract that briefly describes the research topic to be presented. The abstract must have maximum 2 pages in length and the templates below have to be used. All abstracts must conform the format structure outlined in the template and must be submitted online. At least one author of each selected abstracts must register and attend the conference to present their research (e-poster or oral presentation).

Conference Program

  • Morning
    20 January
  • Morning
    21 January

10:00

Opening

Room Rómulo de Carvalho

Prof. Jorge de Sousa, President of APEEN; Prof. Virgílio Machado, Director of FCT NOVA; Prof. Rui Santos, Director of CENSE; Prof. Julia Seixas, Chair of the Conference

10:20

Parallel sessions

10:20

Decarbonizing the energy supply: lessons learned during the COVID19 pandemic
M. Russo, L. Ruivo, D. Carvalho, N. Martins, A. Monteiro
University of Aveiro, PORTUGAL

10:35

The impact of electrification in the decarbonization of the Portuguese energy system 1960-2016
S. Henriques, L. Felicio, Z. Guevara, T. Sousa
Lund University and Maretec, PORTUGAL

10:50

How the future climate affects the portfolio of the future Portuguese power sector
P. Fortes, F. Amorim, S. Simões
NOVA University Lisbon, PORTUGAL

10:20

Environmental life-cycle assessment of high-temperature superconductor tape production
A. Buchholz, M. Noe, M. Weil, V. Große
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY

10:35

Life Cycle Assessment of an Optimized Magnesium-Sulfur Battery
S. Pinto, M. Weil, M. Baumann, C. Tomasini
Helmholtz Institut Ulm, GERMANY

10:50

Sustainability Assessment of Promising Anode Materials for Post-Lithium Battery Systems in Early Design Phases
H. Liu, C. Montenegro, N. Von der Aßen, M. Weil
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY

10:20

Positive Energy and Sustainable Historic District: Exploring the case of Alfama Lisbon
J. Gouveia, P. Palma, H. Duarte, H. Luz, J. Seixas
NOVA University Lisbon, PORTUGAL

10:35

Exploring formation of Dutch thermal energy communities
M. Rojas, J. Fouladvand, T. Hoppe, A. Ghorbani
Leiden University, NETHERLANDS

10:50

An agent-based model to explore energy security of energy communities
D. Verkerk, J. Fouladvand, I. Nikolic, A. Ghorbani
Leiden University, NETHERLANDS

10:20

Women vs Men: Who performs better on Energy Literacy?
A. Martins, M. Madaleno, M. Dias
University of Aveiro, PORTUGAL

10:35

Benefits of renewable energy: who prefers what? A pilot study of perceptions
M. Valente, C. Ferreira, L. Pinto, S. Sousa
University of Minho, PORTUGAL

10:50

From Products to Energy Transition: how the knowledge embodied in societies explain the readiness level for transition
J. Barbosa, N. Bento, M. Fontes
ISCTE, PORTUGAL

11:05

Break

11:10

Parallel sessions

11:10

Detection of spike imbalance prices in the French electricity market using machine-learning methods
M. Barbero, P. Guillain, C. Corchero, E. Perroy
Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC), SPAIN

11:25

Do Energy Commodities Prices and CO2 Prices influence the time of varying transition on Electricity Prices?

H. Oliveira, V. Moutinho
University of Beira Interior, PORTUGAL

11:40

The Merit-Order Effect of the Swedish bidding zone with the highest electricity flow in the Elspot market of the Nord Pool
D. Macedo, A. Marques, O. Damette
University of Beira Interior, PORTUGAL

11:10

Evaluation Study of Regional Added Value Creation by Lithium-ion Battery Energy Storage (BES) towards 2050
H. Ersoy, M. Baumann, M. Weil
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY

11:25

Electric Mobility and Green Policies: An Systematic Literature Review
J. Santos, V. Moutinho
University of Beira Interior, PORTUGAL

11:40

The role of lithium reserves in Portugal to fulfil the e-mobility needs from the National Roadmap for Carbon Neutrality 2050

F. Amorim, S. Simoes, P. Fortes, C. Nogueira

National Laboratory for Energy and Geology, PORTUGAL

11:10

A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the Portuguese Building Stock Energy Efficiency Renovation
P. Palma, J. Gouveia, R. Barbosa
NOVA University Lisbon, PORTUGAL

11:25

Energy transition in the city: Lisbon 1854-2015
S. Henriques
Lund University and Maretec, PORTUGAL

11:40

TIMES_CITYWEF – Integrated city energy, water and food model
L. Dias, J. Seixas
NOVA University Lisbon, PORTUGAL

11:10

Energy poor and powerless? Exploring the use of stakeholder analysis to assess power dynamics in the Portuguese carbon neutrality agenda
K. Mahoney, J. Gouveia, R. Lopes
NOVA University Lisbon, PORTUGAL

11:25

Just transition and social vulnerability: review of climate policies in a Southern European country
L. Schmidt, A. Horta, C. Gomes
Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, PORTUGAL

11:40

A reflection on social innovation pathways for the energy transition
J. Cunha, M. Araújo, P. Ferreira
University of Minho, PORTUGAL

11:55

Break

12:10

Keynote Speaker
Room Rómulo de Carvalho
John Drexhage | “Minerals for Climate Action: The Mineral Intensity of the Clean Energy Transformation”
John is a consultant on issues related to climate change, sustainable development and resource development working with the World Bank, among other organizations. He was actively involved in the UN-based post-2015 sustainable development negotiations. John formerly served as the climate change and energy management director with the International Council on Mining & Metals. He has also served as climate change and energy director for the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).

12:45

Networking session
Room Rómulo de Carvalho

Network session around the subject “The Future of Mobility: Hydrogen, biofuels and electrification”

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13:15

Close Day 1
Room Rómulo de Carvalho

09:00

Integrating sustainable rooftop choices into solar panel planning
Giovan Battista Cavadini, Department of Urban Water Management, EAWAG & Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, D-BAUG, ETH Zurich; Lauren Cook, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, D-BAUG, ETH Zurich
Bottom-up reward mechanisms: the emergence of a new reality
Lurdes Ferreira, Francisco Cid and Pedro Alves, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa
Benefits of wind energy implementation in the State of Ceará – Brazil
Melissa Gurgel de Abreu Machado and Susana Maria Almeida da Silva, Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto
Alternative fuel vehicles’ ability to achieve transport’s 2050 emissions targets
Ana Paula Valente de Jesus, Universidade de Aveiro; Marta Ferreira Dias, GOVCOPP, Universidade de Aveiro
Climate Change Adaptation and Urban Logistics
Cristine jordão, FCSH NOVA; Helena Carvalho, UNIDEMI, FCT NOVA; Sofia G. Simões, LNEG
Challenges for the sustainable development in Angola: Energy and environmental issues
Joaquim Kanumbua and Margarita Robaina Alves, GOVCOPP, Universidade de Aveiro
Do Renewable, Non-Renewable Energy, and KOF Globalization measures influencing Economic Growth? Evidence from BRICS’ countries
Henrique Oliveira, Management and Economics Department, University of Beira Interior; Victor Moutinho, NECE and Management and Economics Department, University of Beira Interior

09:30

Parallel sessions

09:30

Is climate policy effective in reducing GHG emissions?
I. C. Nunes, M. Catalão-Lopes
IST, Universidade de Lisboa

09:45

China harnesses the wind – Chinese policy towards wind power development from the new structural economics perspective
Pawel Brusilo
Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, POLAND

10:00

The role of policy in creating opportunities for alternative futures in heat decarbonization
K. Lovell, T.y Foxon
University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM

09:30

Decision making support for the selection of stationary batteries
M. Baumann, J. Peters, H. Ersoy, M. Weil, G. Fournier, A. Moniz, N. Martins
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY

09:45

Eco-Innovation and Emissions Trading: a sectoral analysis for European countries
P. Silva, M. Robaina, M. Meireles, M. Madaleno
University of Aveiro, PORTUGAL

10:00

What ever happened to “clean energy” innovation?
J. Silva, G. Távora, S. Mendonça
University of Lisbon, PORTUGAL

09:30

Economic evaluation of wind power projects in Brazil
V. Delapedra-Silva, P. Ferreira, H. Kimura, J. Cunha
University of Brasilia, BRAZIL

09:45

Financial analysis of the implementation of Renewable Energy Sources (RES), in the poultry production sector of the IFMG – Campus Bambuí – Brazil
C. Costa, C. Lemos, J. Cunha
University of Minho, PORTUGAL

10:00

Exergy efficiency of the extended energy sector of a society: EXergy Return On Investment (EXROI)
M. Ecclesia, T. Domingos
University of Porto, PORTUGAL

09:30

Speeding up the decentralized electrification of Angola using free data and tools
P. Subtil, M. Lopes, M. Cortinhal
Instituto Superior Politécnico de Tecnologias e Ciências, ANGOLA

09:45

Examining the Renewable Energy Efficiency in the Waste sector through Panel Stochastic Frontier Models
V. Moutinho, V. Pais-Magalhaes, R. Pereira
University of Beira Interior, PORTUGAL

10:00

Optimization of Distributed Generation in the Electric System of Santiago Island Applying Smart Grids Technology
C. Mendes, A. Elgueta-Ruiz, A. Baptista
University of Cape Verde, CAPE VERDE

10:15

Break

10:20

Parallel sessions

10:20

A study of the potential of demand-side management in SMEs
I. Reis, J. Almeida, M. Lopes, C. Antunes
INESC Coimbra, University of Coimbra, PORTUGAL

10:35

A methodological framework for assessing the multiple benefits of fostering energy efficiency technologies
M. Tenente, C. Henriques, A. Gomes, P. Silva
University of Coimbra, PORTUGAL

10:50

An analysis of the French daily consumption levels interactions to develop demand-side management policies and measures
D. Pereira, A. Marques
University of Beira Interior, PORTUGAL

10:20

Exploring the links between total factor productivity, final-to-useful exergy efficiency, and economic growth: Case study Portugal 1960-2014
J. Santos, A. Borges, T. Domingos
University of Lisbon, PORTUGAL

10:35

Economic growth, Energy consumption, Globalization and Corruption: an ARDL approach to African OPEC countries
M. Madaleno, V. Moutinho
University of Aveiro, PORTUGAL

10:50

Is globalization a driver for efficient energy consumption and sustainable growth?
P. Leal, A. Marques
University of Beira Interior, PORTUGAL

10:20

Information Overload in a First-price Auction
Thomas Greve
ISCTE, PORTUGAL

10:35

Promoting historic buildings sustainable retrofitting in the COVID-19 green recovery: The PAS2020 European project.
M. Sequeira J. Gouveia, P. Palma
NOVA University Lisbon, PORTUGAL

10:50

How Quantities offered by Hydraulic, Thermal and Special Regime technologies are influencing the Electricity Price? Evidence from Six MIBEL Electricity Generators.
H. Oliveira, V. Moutinho, V. Pais-Magalhaes

Universidade da Beira Interior

10:20

Renewable Energy Sources and health impacts quantification: a survey
S. Silva, E. Laranjeira, I. Soares
University of Porto, PORTUGAL

10:35

Energy as an explanatory variable of health expenditures
F. Lima, P. Ferreira, V. Leal
University of Porto, PORTUGAL

10:50

World Electricity since 1900 – From production to end use
R. Pinto, T. Sousa, P. Brockway, S.Henriques, M. Heun
MARETEC, PORTUGAL

11:05

Break

11:20

Debate
Room Rómulo de Carvalho
Energy Transition in Portugal: how to boost technological and social innovation?
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João Galamba, Deputy Minister and Secretary of State for Energy; Luís Matias, Mayor of Penela; Rui Teixeira, CEO EDP Renewables; Sandro Mendonça, ISCTE; Sofia Pinto Barbosa, Economist

Moderator: Jorge Vasconcelos, NEWES

The debate will be in Portuguese.

12:50

Closing session

Room Rómulo de Carvalho

Prof. Jorge de Sousa, Prof. Julia Seixas, Prof. Jorge Vasconcelos

Delivery of the APEEN Young Research Prize and the Student Best Paper Prize

13:00

Close of the conference

Conference fees

Standard Registration(1)

  • Author Non-Member | 180€
  • IAEE/APEEN Member (2) | 140€
  • IAEE/APEEN Student (2)(3) | 75€
  • Student Non-Member (3) | 95€
  • Extra-Paper | 50€
  • Participant | 180€

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  • (1) The registration fees include attendance at all sessions, access to the authors, and to the book of proceedings with the Extended Abstracts, and e-posters presented in the Conference.
  • (2) Send the proof by email to apeen21@campus.fct.unl.pt
  • To become an APEEN member, please fill in this form and send a proof of payment to apeen21@campus.fct.unl.pt
  • (3) To qualify as a student, the presenter must send copy of registration in the academic year to apeen21@campus.fct.unl.pt

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Commitees

Scientific

António Gomes Martins

University of Coimbra

António Gomes Martins

António Marques

University of Beira Interior

António Marques

Carlos Santos Silva

IST, University of Lisbon

Carlos Santos Silva

Catarina Roseta Palma

ISCTE, University Institute of Lisbon

Catarina Roseta Palma

Collares Pereira

University of Évora

Collares Pereira

Francisco Ferreira

FCT NOVA University of Lisbon

Francisco Ferreira

Isabel Soares

FEP, University of Porto

Isabel Soares

Joana Portugal

UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro University

Joana Portugal

João Martins

FCT NOVA University of Lisbon

João Martins

João Pedro Gouveia

FCT NOVA University of Lisbon

João Pedro Gouveia

Jorge Sousa

Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa

Jorge Sousa

Jorge Vasconcelos

NEWES and European University Institute

Jorge Vasconcelos

Júlia Seixas

FCT NOVA University of Lisbon

Júlia Seixas

Lígia Pinto

EEG, University of Minho

Lígia Pinto

Luísa Schmidt

ICS, University of Lisbon

Luísa Schmidt

Mara Madaleno

University of Aveiro

Mara Madaleno

Margarita Robaina

University of Aveiro

Margarita Robaina

Marta F. Dias

University of Aveiro

Marta F. Dias

Miguel Brito

FC, University of Lisbon

Miguel Brito

Mónica Meireles

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Mónica Meireles

Patrícia Fortes

FCT NOVA University of Lisbon

Patrícia Fortes

Patrícia Pereira Silva

FEUC, University of Coimbra

Patrícia Pereira Silva

Paula Ferreira

University of Minho

Paula Ferreira

Peças Lopes

INESC, University of Porto

Peças Lopes

Rui Santos

FCT NOVA University of Lisbon

Rui Santos

Sofia Simões

LNEG

Sofia Simões

Susana Silva

FEP, University of Porto

Susana Silva

Tiago Domingos

IST, University of Lisbon

Tiago Domingos

Victor Moutinho

University of Beira Interior

Victor Moutinho

Organizing

Júlia

Seixas

Chair

Francisco

Ferreira

Inês

Cosme

Joana

Monjardino

Luís

Dias

Patrícia

Fortes

Rita

Lopes

Sponsors

Supporters

Conference Venue

Due to the pandemic situation, the APEEN2021 Conference will be held online, with oral presentations with Q&A, direct access to authors, your questions to keynote speaker and interactive network sessions.

Close to the Conference date we will publish the details. Contact us for additional information: apeen21@campus.fct.unl.pt

The organizing committee pays tribute to Portuguese science, choosing national scientists to name the Conference rooms. Get to know them better:

Rómulo de Carvalho (1906-1997)
Matilde Bensaúde (1890-1969)
Rosette Batarda Fernandes (1916- 2005)
Bartolomeu de Gusmão (1685-1724)
Padre Himalaia (1868-1933)

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