About Us

We provide design, energy modelling, and simulation services to our clients, framing our recommendations within existing legislation and future climate data. Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEB) and Energy-Positive are at the core of our services. Our holistic approach is based on Life Cycle Assessment, balancing passive and active solutions, building performance, and environmental impact of materials. Human comfort (thermal and visual) guides our energy-efficient recommendations.

The Portuguese building stock is a priority for the European Commission within the Renovation Wave initiative. Based in Porto, Portugal, at Dosta Tec we create solutions at the forefront of the transformation.

Mateo Barbero

Industrial Engineer, specialised in Sustainable Energy Systems through the MIT Portugal program at the University of Porto.

As a Researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES), he developed research projects in the area of building energy services, energy efficiency, and sustainable cities, in both the private and public sectors.

Graduated from the Buenos Aires Institute of Technology (ITBA, Argentina), he first worked in software development and later in consultancy for the energy sector. He has developed and held training courses and practical workshops on decision support, stochastic analysis, and energy modelling, with experience working on-site in Latin America, China, and Europe.

Adrian Krężlik

Architect graduated from Technical University of Łódź (Poland), worked for Zaha Hadid Architects in London (2009-2011), and later for Fernando Romero (2011-2012) and Rojkind Arquitectos (2013-2014) in Mexico City. In Poland, he founded the Contemporary Architecture Foundation that has organized more than seventy events dedicated to parametric design.
He is interested in science-based architectural
design, especially based on building performance, its impact on the environment. He lectured in Barcelona, Cairo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Warsaw, to list some. He was Visiting Assistant Professor at Weißensee Kunsthochschule in Berlin. He is an architecture curator for the Polish Pavilion for the EXPO 2020.

Adrian has started PhD research at FAUP in 2019 and joined CEAU in 2020, in 2021 he joined MIT Portugal PhD Program. He is a co-founder of Dosta Tec, a company dedicated to building performance simulation and energy efficiency.