Goncalo Cardoso is currently a Post-Doc at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory working for the Grid Integration Group of the Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Department. He received a M.Sc. in Civil Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, and later Ph.D. in Sustainable Energy Systems from the same institution within the MIT-Portugal Program. He focuses on Distributed Energy Resources Investment and Planning, having worked with DER-CAM since 2009, where he had several contributions including the implementation of stochastic capabilities, electric vehicle fleet modeling, critical loads, heat pumps, investment subsidies and feed-in tariffs within the California Self Generation Incentive Program, among others.
A Mixed Integer Linear Programming Approach for Optimal DER Portfolio, Sizing, and Placement in Multi-Energy Microgrids. To be published in Applied Energy, 2016.
The Impact of Short-term Stochastic Variability in Solar Irradiance on Optimal Microgrid Design." IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid PP, no. 99 (2016). "
Modelling of Non-linear CHP Efficiency Curves in Distributed Energy Systems." Applied Energy 148 (2015): 334-347. "
Value Streams in Microgrids: A Literature Review." Applied Energy (2015). "
Enabling Broad Adoption of Distributed PV-Storage Systems Via Supervisory Planning and Control." In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings 2014. Asilomar Conference Center Pacific Grove, CA, 2014. "
Modeling of Thermal Storage Systems in MILP Distributed Energy Resource Models." Applied Energy 137 (2014): 782-792. "
Optimizing Distributed Energy Resources and Building Retrofits with the Strategic DER- CAModel." Applied Energy 132 (2014): 556-567. "
Electric Storage in California's Commercial Buildings." Applied Energy Journal (2013). "
Microgrid Reliability Modeling and Battery Scheduling Using Stochastic Linear Programming." Journal of Electric Power Systems Research 103 (2013): 61-69. "