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Appendix D: Bibliography
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California Environmental Protection Agency. California Hydrogen Blueprint Plan, Volume 1.
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DeCicco, J.M. "The 'Chicken or Egg' Problem Writ Large: Why a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Focus is
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Jackson, M.D.; Kaahaaina, N.; Fable, S. "Lessons Learned from Past Strategies to Reduce Petroleum
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Leiby, P.; Rubin, J. "Understanding the Transition to New Fuels and Vehicles: Lessons Learned
from Analysis and Experience of Alternative Fuel and Hybrid Vehicles," Chapter 14. Sperling, D.,
Cannon, J., eds. The Hydrogen Energy Transition. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Academic Press, 2004.
McCormick, G.L.; Russell, R.B. Alternative Bus Fuels: What Have We Learned. Camp Hill, PA:
McNutt, B.; Rodgers, D. "Lessons Learned from 15 Years of Alternative Fuels Experience, 1988 to
2003," Chapter 12. Sperling, D., Cannon, J., eds. The Hydrogen Energy Transition. St. Louis, MO:
Elsevier Academic Press, 2004.
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