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MIT Portugal is a partner of 2 projects distinguished by the Green Project Awards
Date:11/5/2013

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SMARTGALP was awarded with an honorable mentions at the Information Technology track. SmartGalp is a pilot project to assess the potential of smart metering to improve efficiency and reduce costs. This project, developed by Galp Energia in partnership with MIT Portyfal Program and ISA, has revolutionized the relationship between consumers and the energy supplier. The information is collected by a set of devices that is analyzed and made available through an innovative platform for interaction with users, a portal that can be accessed via computer and mobile phone (Android or iPhone). The information provided can motivate users towards behavioral changes in terms of energy saving and contribute for a more efficient modeling of energy consumption at the home environment. Users access to information related to their energy consumption but they also get information related with the costs and environmental impact of its uses, empowering them to take an active role in energy efficiency.

In total 19 projects that promote sustainable development were today honored at the ceremony of the Green Project Awards.


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Contact: Sílvia Castro
silvia.castro@mitportugal.org
351-210-407-036
MIT Portugal Program
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