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Book Chapter
Heleno, Miguel, Carmen Bas Domenech, Gonçalo Cardoso, and Salman Mashayekh. "The microgrid investment and planning in rural locations." Microgrids for Rural Areas: Research and case studies. London: The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2020. 33 - 54.
Conference Paper
Abreu, C., D. Rua, P. Machado, J. APecas Lopes, and Miguel Heleno. "Advanced Energy Management for Demand Response and Microgeneration Integration." 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC)2018 Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC). Dublin, Ireland: IEEE, 2018.
Abreu, C., D. Rua, T. Costa, P. Machado, J.A. Peças Lopes, and Miguel Heleno. "AnyPLACE — An energy management system to enhance demand response participation." 2017 IEEE Manchester PowerTech2017 IEEE Manchester PowerTech. Manchester, United Kingdom: IEEE, 2017.
Rua, David, Claudia Abreu, Tiago Costa, and Miguel Heleno. "Automation and user interaction schemes for home energy management - a combined approach." 2016 IEEE 21st International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA)2016 IEEE 21st International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA). Berlin, Germany: IEEE, 2016.
Iria, J. P, F. J Soares, A. G Madureira, and Miguel Heleno. "Availability of household loads to participate in demand response." 2014 IEEE 8th International Power Engineering and Optimization Conference (PEOCO)2014 IEEE 8th International Power Engineering and Optimization Conference (PEOCO2014). Langkawi, Malaysia: IEEE, 2014.
Heleno, Miguel, Manuel A Matos, and J. APecas Lopes. "Availability of thermal loads to provide reserve services." 2013 IEEE Grenoble PowerTech2013 IEEE Grenoble Conference. Grenoble, France: IEEE, 2013.
Domenech, Carmen Bas, and Miguel Heleno. "Comparing Values of Second Life Batteries to Different Classes of Prosumers in California." 2019 IEEE Green Technologies Conference(GreenTech)2019 IEEE Green Technologies Conference(GreenTech). Lafayette, LA, USA: IEEE, 2019.
Heleno, Miguel, Manuel A Matos, J. APecas Lopes, and J. P Iria. "Estimating the flexible residential load using appliances availability." 2014 IEEE 8th International Power Engineering and Optimization Conference (PEOCO)2014 IEEE 8th International Power Engineering and Optimization Conference (PEOCO2014). Langkawi, Malaysia: IEEE, 2014.
Domenech, Carmen Bas, and Miguel Heleno. "Estimating the Value of Second Life Batteries for Residential Prosumers." 2019 IEEE Milan PowerTech2019 IEEE Milan PowerTech. Milan, Italy: IEEE, 2019.
Heleno, Miguel, R. Soares, J. Sumaili, R.J. Bessa, L. Seca, and Manuel A Matos. "Estimation of the flexibility range in the transmission-distribution boundary." 2015 IEEE Eindhoven PowerTech2015 IEEE Eindhoven PowerTech. Eindhoven, Netherlands: IEEE, 2015.
Rosa, M. AD, Miguel Heleno, D. Issicaba, and M. A Matos. "A Hybrid Approach to Investigating the Distributional Aspects Associated with Reliability System Indices." International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems. Istanbul, Turkey, 2012.
Heleno, Miguel, J. Meirinhos, J. Sumaili, M.A. da Rosa, and M.A. Matos. "Impact Assessment of a Massive Integration of Electric Vehicles through the Fuzzy Power Flow Analysis." MedPower 2014MedPower 2014. Athens, Greece: Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2014.
Lindberg, Julia, Miguel Heleno, Gonçalo Cardoso, and Alan Valenzuela. "A Multi- Period Investment Model for Behind-the-Meter PV and Storage." 2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT). Washington, DC, USA: IEEE, 2020.
Heleno, Miguel, Salman Mashayekh, Michael Stadler, Gonçalo Cardoso, and Rodrigo De Luis. "Optimal Sizing and Placement of Distributed Generation: MILP vs PSO Comparison in a Real Microgrid Application." Intelligent System Applications to Power Systems (ISAP) Conference. 2017. LBNL-2001060.
Heleno, Miguel, D. Rua, C. Gouveia, A. Madureira, M. A Matos, J. P Lopes, Nuno Silva, and Sergio Salustio. "Optimizing PV self-consumption through electric water heater modeling and scheduling." 2015 IEEE Eindhoven PowerTech2015 IEEE Eindhoven PowerTech. Eindhoven, Netherlands: IEEE, 2015.
da Rosa, M. A, Miguel Heleno, V. Miranda, M. A Matos, and R. Ferreira. "Reliability impact on bulk generation system considering high penetration of electric vehicles." 2011 IEEE PES PowerTech - Trondheim2011 IEEE Trondheim PowerTech. Trondheim: IEEE, 2011.
Journal Article
Heleno, Miguel, Manuel A Matos, and J. APecas Lopes. "Availability and Flexibility of Loads for the Provision of Reserve." IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 6.2 (2015) 667 - 674.
Cardoso, Gonçalo, thomas brouhard, Nicholas DeForest, Dai Wang, Miguel Heleno, and Leander Kotzur. "Battery aging in multi-energy microgrid design using mixed integer linear programming." Applied Energy 231 (2018) 1059 - 1069.
Heleno, Miguel, Manuel A Matos, and J.A. Peças Lopes. "A bottom-up approach to leverage the participation of residential aggregators in reserve services markets." Electric Power Systems Research 136 (2016) 425 - 433.
Kotzur, Leander, Peter Markewitz, Martin Robinius, Gonçalo Cardoso, Peter Stenzel, Miguel Heleno, and Detlef Stolten. "Bottom-up energy supply optimization of a national building stock." Energy and Buildings 209 (2020) 109667.
Armendariz, M., Miguel Heleno, Gonçalo Cardoso, Salman Mashayekh, Michael Stadler, and L. Nordström. "Coordinated Microgrid Investment and Planning Process Considering the System Operator." Applied Energy 200 (2017) 132-140. LBNL-2001058.
Maheshwari, Aditya, Miguel Heleno, and Michael Ludkovski. "The effect of rate design on power distribution reliability considering adoption of distributed energy resources." Applied Energy 268 (2020) 114964.
Rossi, Federico, Miguel Heleno, Riccardo Basosi, and Adalgisa Sinicropi. "Environmental and economic optima of solar home systems design: A combined LCA and LCC approach." Science of The Total Environment 744 (2020) 140569.
Ribó-Pérez, David, Miguel Heleno, and Carlos Álvarez-Bel. "The flexibility gap: Socioeconomic and geographical factors driving residential flexibility." Energy Policy 153 (2021) 112282.

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