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Alejandro López González

Alejandro López-González is an Electrical Engineer and Doctor of Sustainability (Cum Laude) from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) with postgraduate degrees in Electric Generation from renewable energy sources (Public University of Navarra, UPNA) and energy engineering (Polytechnic University of Madrid, UPM). He is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering of the UPC and teaches at the School of Industrial, Aerospace and Audiovisual Engineering of Terrassa (ESEIAAT) in subjects of designing solar and wind systems, industrial automation and electrical systems and instruments. His research activity, at the Institute of Industrial and Control Engineering of the UPC, focuses, on the one hand, on the design of methods for the optimization of hybrid micro-networks and sustainability assessment methods in energy systems in developing countries. He has participated in numerous research and development cooperation projects in Cuba and Venezuela and is the author or co-author of numerous articles published in international scientific journals of reference in the Journal Citations Report (EP, RSER, Energy, among others). He has been a visiting professor in the postgraduate area at  La Universidad del Zulia (Venezuela) and Universidad “José Martí” de Sancti Spiritus (Cuba).