Research: Optimization models for the sizing of large photovoltaic systems located in Italy combined with energy storage systems, in order to ensure their long-term sustainability in relation to the evolution of the electricity market in decarbonisation scenarios
Cecilia Servi (1994, Terni) is a PhD student at the Department of Astronautical, Electrical and Energy Engineering of the “La Sapienza” University of Rome.
After a single-cycle master's degree in Architectural Engineering in 2019 and the qualification to practice as an engineer in the same year, she began to be interested in the design of utility scale photovoltaic and agrovoltaic systems. From your professional activity in Studio Santi, directed by Prof. Santi, characterized by long individual training, you then move on to a more academic approach, bringing your design experience into research. This aims to apply models identified in the research to one or more real case studies of solar farms, already under development in Central-Southern Italy, optimizing the sizing and methods of coupling to BESS systems.