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A strategy for introducing hydrogen into transportation

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  • Farrell, Alexander E.
  • Keith, David W.
  • Corbett, James J.

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  • Farrell, Alexander E. & Keith, David W. & Corbett, James J., 2003. "A strategy for introducing hydrogen into transportation," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 31(13), pages 1357-1367, October.
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