Pedro Nunes
Post-doctoral Researcher, FCUL
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Pedro is mainly interested in energy systems, electric vehicles and solar photovoltaics, such as:

• renewable energy and electric vehicles in present and future energy systems
• energy systems modelling in the present and future climates
• electric vehicles technology and modelling
• sustainable mobility
• solar energy potential assessment


1. Nunes, P., & Brito, M. C. (2017). Displacing natural gas with electric vehicles for grid stabilization. Energy, 141.
2. R. Figueiredo, P. Nunes, M.C. Brito, The feasibility of solarparking lots for electric vehicles, Energy (2017), http://doi:10.1016/
3. P. Nunes, R. Figueiredo, M.C. Brito, The use of parking lots to solar-charge electric vehicles, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 66, December 2016, Pages 679-693, ISSN 1364-0321,
4. Nunes, P., Farias, T., & Brito, M. C. (2015). Enabling solar electricity with electric vehicles smart charging. Energy, 87, 10–20.
5. Nunes, P., Farias, T., & Brito, M. C. (2015). Day charging electric vehicles with excess solar electricity for a sustainable energy system. Energy, 80, 263–274.
6. Centeno Brito, M., Lobato, K., Nunes, P., & Serra, F. (2014). Sustainable energy systems in an imaginary island. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 37, 229–242.
7. Nunes, P., Brito, M. C., & Farias, T. (2013). Photovoltaic and electric vehicle large scale deployments: opportunities and complementarities. In EU PVSEC28 Proceedings (pp. 1–5).
8. Nunes, P., Brito, M. C., & Farias, T. (2013). Synergies between electric vehicles and solar electricity penetrations in Portugal. In EVS27 Conference Proceedings (pp. 1–8).
9. Nunes, P., Lerer, M. M., & Carrilho da Graça, G. (2013). Energy certification of existing office buildings: Analysis of two case studies and qualitative reflection. Sustainable Cities and Society, 9, 81–95.
10. Nunes, P., Lerer, M., & Graça, G. C. da. (2013). Building Energy Certification System: Application to a Building in Lisbon and Paths to a Future Enhanced Scheme. Energy Engineering, 110(4), 37–41.