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Well-to-Wheel Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Advanced Fuel/Vehicle Systems North American Analysis Volume 2

This massive study analyzed the energy efficiency of 75 different fuel pathways using the GREET model. The fuel pathways analyzed included conventional gasoline and ethanol, as well as natural gas, diesel, hydrogen and others. Volumes one and three and Appendices A and B are available at other URLs also cataloged in eERL.

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Date Of Record Release 2005-07-01 09:06:01
Description This massive study analyzed the energy efficiency of 75 different fuel pathways using the GREET model. The fuel pathways analyzed included conventional gasoline and ethanol, as well as natural gas, diesel, hydrogen and others. Volumes one and three and Appendices A and B are available at other URLs also cataloged in eERL.
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Source Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory. Prepared for General Motors and reviewed by BP, ExxonMobil, and Shell
Keyword Energy, Biomass energy, Sustainable energy, Biofuels, Ethanol, Biodiesel, Energy efficiency, Fossil fuels, GREET model, Natural gas, Diesel fuel, Hydrogen, Greenhouse gas
Date Of Record Creation 2005-07-01 09:06:01
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Date Last Modified 2010-05-13 18:28:58
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2005-07-01 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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