Associate Professor of the Energy Planning Program at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, researcher at CentroClima, and a member of the Permanent Technical Committee of LIFE Institute (Lasting Initiative For Earth). Pereira has experience in energy and environmental modeling as well as an expertise in the areas of regulation of energy sectors, integration of new technologies and different energy sources on issues related to climate change.
Q&A Series: Amaro Pereira Shares About His Work and Areas of Opportunity for Renewable Energy in Brazil
Amaro Pereira is an economist and associate professor of the Energy Planning Program (PPE) in the Institute of Graduate Studies in Engineering (COPPE) at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He has experience in energy and environmental modeling, along with working in the areas of regulation of energy sectors, integration of new technologies and different energy sources on issues related to climate change. Read more →
5th SINRENOVA, Webinar on New Renewable Sources and Smart Grid
The purpose of this event is to bring experts from Brazil and other countries to discuss ideas on how to address such complexity in energy planning. The virtual event has been organized by the Energy Planning Programme COPPE/UFRJ and Wärtsillä.
Webinar: The need of flexibility in hydro systems—the case of Brazil
Tuesday 14 July 2020 at 10:30 AM (BRT), UTC -3 The world is moving towards a 100% renewable based power systems. The intermittent nature of wind and solar challenges the current practices of operations and planning of the grids as increases the need of flexible and dispatchable power generation.