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Events & Publications
  Closing Session - 30 of November 2021 - Figueira da Foz, Portugal

On 30 November, the closing session of the project was held at the Arts and Entertainment Centre of Figueira da Foz, in the region that will benefit from the equipment and technologies developed under the project.

The session took place according to the following agenda:
  14:00 - Welcoming
  14:10 - Project Summary
  14:30 - Secondary Substation Building
  14:45 - Power Equipment
  15:00 - Voltage Regulator and Storage
  15:10 - Control and Monitoring Systems
  15:25 - Secondary Substation Algorithmics and Management
  15:35 - Measuring and Monitoring Equipment
  15:45 - Virtual Visit
  16:15 - Closing Remarks

  CIRED2021 - 21 of September 2021 - hosted virtually
  The NextStep project was present at CIRED's online event with the participation in a Round Table - Secondary Substations for the Future presentation, and submission of a paper - "NEXTSTEP - Developing future smart secondary substations".
  TECH@PORTUGAL - 4 of July 2019 - Alfandega do Porto, Conference Centre, Portugal
  NextStep project was present at the TECH@PORTUGAL event, promoted by the Portuguese National Innovation Agency.
For more information, visit: www.ani.pt/pt/eventos/eventos-ani/tech-portugal/
  InnoGrid 2019 | The Innovative Power Conference - 13-14 of May 2019 - Brussels, Belgium
  NextStep project was presented at the InnoGrid 2019 Conference, organized by ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity, and E.DSO, the European Distribution System Operators.
For more information, visit: www.innogrid2020.eu/
  Project Consortium Meeting - 16 of November 2018 - Efacec - Porto, Portugal

As part of the NextStep - NEXT distribution Substation improvEd Platform project, of which Efacec is promoter, we received, at Efacec Arroteia's facilities, on November 16th, some of the project's co-promoters for a point-of-situation meeting.

Recent Publications
The NextStep project has received grants from the COMPETE program,
within the national “Portugal 2020 framework”, supported by the European Union.