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Agnese has a Bachelor in Energy Engineering and a Master of Science in Sustainable Technology. She first joined the division in March 2015, when she started focusing on energy modelling while working on her Master Thesis dealing with how to correctly integrate consumers’ behaviour and elements of flexibility into the OSeMOSYS energy modelling tool.
During her recent work experience at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, she analysed real time data pertaining electric vehicles’ charging transactions in the Netherlands. She used these data as input in the Dispa-SET: unit commitment and power dispatch model, to investigate the impact of electric vehicles on the Dutch power system and their potential for enhancing flexibility through Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) charging options. In this occasion, she also enhanced her knowledge of coding using Python programming language, as a powerful tool for data analysis and modelling.
Finally, during her six month internship at the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in Bonn, she supported the organization of energy planning and capacity building training programmes for developing countries.