Alejandro studies how to design energy policies that accelerate the transition towards sustainable energy supply and demand. His research involves bits and pieces from multiple academic disciplines from engineering to economics, political science or programming. Alejandro combines these different tools to deliver insights into how to transform energy.
- Marius Schwarz, Aline Scherrer, Claudia Hohmann, Jonas Heiberg, Andri Brugger, Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, 2020. COVID-19 and the academy: It is time for going digital, Energy Research and Social Science, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101684
- Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Christof Knoeri, Fabian Rottmann, Volker Hoffmann, 2020. The role of responsiveness in deployment policies: A quantitative, cross-country assessment using agent-based modelling, Applied Energy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.115358
- Jochen Markard, Nuno Bento, Noah Kittner, Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, 2020. Destined for decline? Examining nuclear energy from a technological innovation systems perspective, Energy Research and Social Science, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101512
- Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Christof Knoeri, Joern Hoppmann, Volker Hoffmann, 2020. Can designs inspired by control theory keep deployment policies effective and cost-efficient as technology prices fall? Environmental Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab6fbf
- Lana Ollier, Florence Metz, Marc Mellinger, Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Leonhard Späth, Johan Lilliestam, Under Review, Explaining the europeanisation of renewable energy policy in the 2018 Renewable Energy Directive.
- Prakhar Mehta, Danielle Griego, Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Arno Schlueter, 2019. The impact of self-consumption regulation on individual and community solar PV adoption in Switzerland: an agent-based model, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1343 012143
- Ann-Kristin Zobel, Joern Hoppmann, Alejandro Núñez Jiménez, 2017. Unblocking Bottlenecks in Nascent Innovation Ecosystems: How Bottlenecks Impact Firm Collaboration, Academy of Management Proceedings Vol. 2017, No. 1, pp. 13336.
- Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Raed Bkayrat, 2015. Utility scale 1,500 VDC PV power plant architecture evolution: Advantages and challenges, Integration of Renewable Energy into High and Medium Voltage Systems Conference & Exhibition, Septemeber 15-16, 2015, Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
- Reinier Verhoog, Kemal Armada, Paul Adrianus Van Baal, Gebran El Dabbak, Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, 2015. Modelling and simulation of renewable energy transitions: nuclear phase-out in Switzerland, International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure (no online version)
- May, 7th, 2020. Opening Speech, at the 5th Network of Early career scholars in Sustainability Transitions (NEST) Conference, in Zurich (online conference).
- February, 14th, 2020. Can designs inspired by control theory keep deployment policies effective and cost-efficient as technology prices fall? At the Renewable Energy Systems Group of Prof. Dr. Evelina Trutnevyte, in the University of Geneva, in Geneva, Switzerland.
- November, 28th, 2019. Balancing technology-push and demand-pull policies to accelerate the diffusion of clean energy, at the 2nd Energy Innovation Bootcamp at the Florence School of Regulation, in Florence, Italy.
- October, 11th, 2019. Assessing responsive designs for effective and cost-efficient deployment policies in different countries, at the 12th Swiss Association for Energy Economics student chapter workshop, in Zurich, Switzerland.
- September, 5th, 2019. Balancing Technology-Push and Demand-Pull Policies for Accelerating the Diffusion of Clean Energy, at the 13th European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, in Wroclaw, Poland.
- June, 28th, 2019. A quantitative, cross-country evaluation of responsive policy designs to accelerate technology deployment, at the 4th International Conference in Public Policy (ICPP), in Montreal, Canada.
- June, 27th, 2019. Balancing Technology-Push and Demand-Pull Policies for Fostering Innovation and Accelerating their Diffusion, at the 4th International Conference in Public Policy (ICPP), in Montreal, Canada.
- June, 26th, 2019. A quantitative, cross-country evaluation of responsive deployment policies to accelerate sustainability transitions cost-efficiently, at the 10th International Sustainability Transitions (IST) conference, in Ottawa, Canada.
- August, 20th, 2018. Spreading the use of responsive adjustment mechanisms for renewable energy deployment policies: An agent-based modelling cross-country evaluation, at the 14th Annual Conference of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA), in Stockholm, Sweden.
- June, 18th, 2018. Spreading the use of responsive adjustment mechanisms for renewable energy deployment policies: An agent-based modelling cross-country evaluation. Technology, Management, Policy Graduate Consortium, in the Hague, the Netherlands.
- June, 11th, 2018. How to avoid costly policies as technology becomes cheaper? at the 9th International Sustainability Transitions (IST) conference, in Manchester, the United Kingdom.
- March, 27th, 2018. Towards responsive deployment policies: an Agent-Based Model approach, at the Frontiers in Energy Research seminar, Energy Science Center of ETH Zurich, in Zurich, Switzerland.
- June, 2nd, 2017. Unblocking bottlenecks in emerging innovation ecosystems: How bottlenecks impact collaboration (co-authored with Ann-Kristin Zobel and Joern Hoppmann), at the PhD Academy on Sustainability and Technology, in Appenzell, Switzerland.
- June, 20th, 2017. Dynamic policy adjustment to technological change — An agent-based modelling approach, at the 8th International Sustainability Transitions (IST) conference, in Gothenburg, Sweden.
- Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Reiner Verhoog, Matthias Finger, 2015. Enhancing PV systems adoption by Swiss households: A system dynamics policy analysis, at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL).
- Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Adriano Viana Ensinas, François Maréchal, 2014. Review of lignocellulosic biomass pretreatments from a biorefinery perspective, at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL).