Prémios
2021

2019

APEEN atribuiu o prémio the Prémio Jovem Investigador na 4ª Conferência Anual APEEN – Energy Demand-Side Management and Electricity Markets, que teve lugar na Universidade da Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal, nos dias 17 e 18 outubro, 2019. 

Este prémio tem como objetivo premiar trabalho de investigação com elevada relevância sobre economia e energia produzido por jovens investigadores, promovendo assim o crescimento e renovação desta área cientifica em Portugal. O prémio corresponde a um valor monetário de 1000€. Os candidatos têm submeter um artigo publicado em um jornal cientifico e ter até 35 anos de idade e ser socio APEEN.

Em 2019 o vencedor foi o Tiago Oliveira, com o artigo “Wind power and CO2 emissions in the Irish market”, em co-autoria com  Celeste Varum e Anabela Botelho e publicado no Energy Economics journal.

Adicionalmente, dois prémios IAEE foram promovidos e atribuídos pela IAEE, como forma de encorajar mais jovens investigadores a associar à IAEE e APEEN, e incrementar mais investigação na área de economia da Energia. Um prémio de  300$ foi atribuído ao/à melhor artigo/apresentação na 6th International Meeting on Environmental and Energy Economics (ME3), de 29 maio (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal), ao estudante Diogo Santos Pereira com o artigo “An econometric approach to assess and design policies and measures for electricity Demand-Side Management: France as a case study”, em co-autoria com António Cardoso Marques.

IAEE Student Prize – ME3: Diogo Pereira

IAEE Student Prize – Annual APEEN Conference: Santtu Karhinen

 

2018

 

The first prize of $300 was awarded to Susana Gonçalves, with the work “Energy Consumption, Macroeconomic and Financial effects over CO2 emissions: A European approach; the second prize of $200, to Stepanov Ilya, with the work “Conventional Energy Taxes vs. Carbon-Based Incentive Instruments in Emission Regulation” and the third prize of $100, to Yvonne Vogt Gwerder with the work To what extent do market and regulatory factors affect investments in smart grid projects in Europe? ”

In addition to the monetary prize, these students receive the APEEN/IAEE membership fee for one year and the possibility of attending free events organized by the association.

APEEN also gives in its annual conference the Young Researcher Award with the objective of rewarding the scientifically relevant work in Energy Economics by young researchers, and promoting the growth and renewal of this scientific area in Portugal. The Young Researcher award has the monetary value of 1000 € and the candidates have to send an article published in a scientific journal, have at least 35 years old, and be an APEEN member. This year the winner was João Pedro Gouveia, with the article “Mining households’ energy data to disclose fuel poverty: Lessons for Southern Europe”.

2017

The IAEE prize was promoted and offered by IAEE, in an effort to encourage more students to join the Association, and to investigate in the Energy Economics area. More than 20 articles of MsC and PhD students were presented at the conference, and were candidates to this prize.

The first prize of $300 was awarded to Susana Gonçalves, with the work “Energy Consumption, Macroeconomic and Financial effects over CO2 emissions: A European approach; the second prize of $200, to Stepanov Ilya, with the work “Conventional Energy Taxes vs. Carbon-Based Incentive Instruments in Emission Regulation” and the third prize of $100, to Yvonne Vogt Gwerder with the work To what extent do market and regulatory factors affect investments in smart grid projects in Europe? ”

In addition to the monetary prize, these students receive the APEEN/IAEE membership fee for one year and the possibility of attending free events organized by the association.

APEEN also gives in its annual conference the Young Researcher Award with the objective of rewarding the scientifically relevant work in Energy Economics by young researchers, and promoting the growth and renewal of this scientific area in Portugal. The Young Researcher award has the monetary value of 1000 € and the candidates have to send an article published in a scientific journal, have at least 35 years old, and be an APEEN member. This year the winner was João Pedro Gouveia, with the article “Mining households’ energy data to disclose fuel poverty: Lessons for Southern Europe”.

A Associação Portuguesa de Economia da Energia (APEEN) atribuiu um prémio ao melhor poster de Jovem Investigador no fórum/conferência “Desafios da Gestão Ativa da Procura de Energia: Eficiência e Resposta” – GAPEER’17 nos passados dias 20 e 21 de Abril na Covilhã.
O vencedor do concurso foi o jovem investigador Tiago Lopes Afonso. O prémio foi o pagamento de um ano de quota de associado na APEEN e a inscrição na 2017 ANNUAL APEEN CONFERENCE, a realizar no ISCTE em Lisboa a 9 de maio.
Os posters foram avaliados usando os seguintes critérios, com iguais ponderações: clareza do resumo; clareza do objetivo; organização do conteúdo; qualidade geral do trabalho; relevância do trabalho; qualidade visual do poster e resposta a questões.