Publications by research topic

 

Many of my research reports published before 2015 are available from ITS Davis, here

Some of my papers on 100% WWS are available at Mark Jacobson’s web page, here

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DEEP GREEN – Detailed Environmental and Economic Projections for Global Renewable Energy and Emissions sceNarios

100% WWS – wind, water, and solar power

Social cost-benefit analysis of energy use and motor-vehicle use

IMSSA – Integrated Modeling Systems and Scenario Analysis and related research

The Lifecycle Emissions Model (LEM) and other research related to lifecycle analysis (LCA)

AVCEM — the Advanced Vehicle Cost and Energy-Use Model and other research related to vehicle cost

Design and analysis of a sustainable transportation-infrastructure town plan

Transportation energy, environmental impacts, and cost

 

DEEP GREEN – DETAILED ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC PROJECTIONS FOR GLOBAL RENEWABLE ENERGY AND EMISSIONS SCENARIOS

Journal articles and book chapters

None yet.

Reports and working papers

Published

M. A. Delucchi, DEEP GREEN Documentation: Overview of DEEP GREEN, working paper, UC Berkeley, March (2018).  Link

In preparation

M. A. Delucchi, The Social Discount Rate, draft report, University of California, Berkeley (2018).

M. A. Delucchi, A Simple Model of the Carbon Cycle, draft report, University of California, Berkeley (2018).

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100% WWS – WIND, WATER, AND SOLAR POWER

Journal articles and book chapters

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, M. A. Cameron, S. J. Coughlin, C. A. Hay, I. P. Manogaran, Y. Shu, and A.-K.von Krauland, “Impacts of Green-New-Deal energy plans on grid stability, costs, jobs, health, and climate in 143 countries,” One Earth 1: 449-463 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2019.12.003. Link

M. Z. Jacobson et al., “100% Clean and Renewable Wind, Water, and Sunlight (WWS) All-Sector Roadmaps for 53 Cities in North America,”  Sustainable Cities and Society 42: 22-37 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2018.06.031.

M. Z. Jacobson and M. A. Delucchi, “100% Clean, Renewable Energy Studies Provide Scientific Information that Policy Makers Can Rely On,” The Electricity Journal 31: 78-80 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tej.2017.11.011.  Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, M. A. Cameron, and B. V. Mathiesen, “Matching Demand with Supply at Low Cost in 139 Countries among 20 World Regions with 100% Intermittent Wind, Water, and Solar Power for All Purposes,” Renewable Energy 123: 236-248 (2018).

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, M. A. Cameron, and B. A. Frew, “The United States Can Keep the Grid Stable at Low Cost With 100% Clean, Renewable Energy in All Sectors Despite False Article Claims,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114: E5021-E5023 (2017). www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1708069114.  Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, et al., “100% Clean and Renewable Wind, Water, and Sunlight All-Sector Energy Roadmaps for 139 Countries of the World,” Joule 1: 1-10 (2017). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.joule.2017.07.005. Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, M. Cameron, and B. Frew, “Reply to Blistine et al.: EPRI commentary reaffirms conclusions and highlights flaws in previous research,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1073/pnas.1606802113 (2016). Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, et al., “100% Wind, Water, Sunlight (WWS) All-Sector Energy Plan for Washington State,” Renewable Energy 86: 75-88 (2016).

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, M. Cameron, and B. Frew, “Low-Cost Solution to the Grid Reliability Problem with 100% Penetration of Intermittent Wind, Water, and Solar for All Purposes,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112: 15060-15065 (2015). Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, G. Bazouin, Z. A. F. Bauer, C. C. Heavy, E. Fisher, S. B. Morris, D. J. Y. Piekutowski, T. A. Vencill, and T. W. Yeskoo, “100% Clean and Renewable Wind, Water, and Sunlight (WWS) All-Sector Energy Roadmaps for the 50 United States,” Energy & Environmental Science 8: 2093-2117 (2015).  Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, R. R. Ingraffea, R. W. Howarth, et al., “Evaluating the Technical and Economic Feasibility of Repowering California for all Purposes with Wind, Water, and Sunlight,” Energy 73: 875-889 (2014).

M. Z. Jacobson, R. W. Howarth, M. A. Delucchi, et al., “Response to Comment on Paper Examining the Feasibility of Changing New York State’s Energy Infrastructure to One Derived From Wind, Water, and Sunlight,” Energy Policy 62: 1212-1215 (2013).

M. A. Delucchi and M. Z. Jacobson, “Meeting the World’s Energy Needs Entirely with Wind, Water, And Solar Power,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 69(4): 30-40 (2013).

M. Z. Jacobson, R. W. Howarth, M. A. Delucchi, S. R. Scobies, I. M. Barth, M. J. Dvorak, M. Klevze, H. Katkhuda, B. Miranda, N. A. Chowdhury, R. Jones, L. Plano, and A. R. Ingraffe, “Examining the Feasibility of Converting New York State’s All-Purpose Energy Infrastructure to One Using Wind, Water, and Sunlight,” Energy Policy 57: 585-601 (2013).

M. Z. Jacobson and M. A. Delucchi, “Response to Trainer’s Second Commentary on a Plan to Power the World With Wind, Water, and Solar Power,” Energy Policy 57: 641-643 (2013).

M. A. Delucchi and M. Z. Jacobson, “Response to ‘A Critique of Jacobson and Delucchi’s Proposals for a World Renewable Energy Supply’ by Ted Trainer,” Energy Policy 44: 482-484 (2012).

M. A. Delucchi and M. Z. Jacobson, “Providing All Global Energy Needs with Wind, Water, and Solar Power, Part II: Reliability, System and Transmission Costs, and Policies,” Energy Policy 39: 1170-1190 (2011).

M. Z. Jacobson and M. A. Delucchi, “Providing All Global Energy Needs with Wind, Water, and Solar Power, Part I: Technologies, Energy Resources, Quantities and Areas of Infrastructure, and Materials,” Energy Policy 39: 1154-1169 (2011).

M. A. Delucchi, “Wind, Water, and Solar Power for the World,” IEEE Spectrum Magazine, September (2011). http://spectrum.ieee.org/energy/renewables/wind-water-and-solar-power-for-the-world.  Link

M. Z. Jacobson and M. A. Delucchi, “A Path to Sustainable Energy by 2030,” Scientific American, November, pp. 58-65 (2009).

Reports, working papers, blog posts, newspaper articles, etc.

M. Z. Jacobson and M. A. Delucchi, “Why the Green New Deal Cuts Consumer Energy Costs & Unemployment,” Clean Technica, March 9 (2019). Link

M. Z. Jacobson and M. A. Delucchi, “Why Excluding Nuclear, Fossils with Carbon Capture, and Biofuels from the Green New Deal Makes Financial and Climate Sense — #realitycheck,” Clean Technica, January 24 (2019).  Link

M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, and P. Enevoldsen, “100% Renewables requires less land footprint than reliance on fossil fuels in California — #realitycheck,” Clean Technica, August 26 (2018).  (Material from this was published as: M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, and P. Enevoldsen, “How 100% renewable energy will use much less of California’s land than fossil fuels,” letter to The Los Angeles Times, August 24 , 2018.)  Link

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SOCIAL COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF ENERGY USE AND MOTOR-VEHICLE USE

Journal articles and book chapters

B. K. Sovacool, P. Parenteau, M. V. Ramana, S. V. Valentine, M. Z. Jacobson, M. A. Delucchi, and M. Diesendorf, “Valuing the Mortality and Climate Benefits of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy: A Response to Kharecha and Hansen,” Environmental Science and Technology 47: 6715-6717 (2013).

M. A. Delucchi and D. M. McCubbin, “External Costs of Transport in the United States,” Chapter 15 of A Handbook of Transport Economics, edited by A. de Palma, R. Lindsey, E. Quinet, and R. Vickerman, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, U.K., pp. 341-368 (2010).

D. L. Greene, J. German, and M. A. Delucchi, “Fuel Economy: The Case for Market Failure,” Chapter 11 of Reducing Climate Impacts in the Transportation Sector, edited by D. Sperling and J. S. Cannon, Springer, pp. 181-205 (2009).

M. A. Delucchi and J. Murphy, “U. S. Military Expenditures to Protect the Use of Persian-Gulf Oil for Motor Vehicles,” Energy Policy 36: 2253-2264 (2008).

M. A. Delucchi and J. Murphy, “How Large Are Tax Subsidies to Motor-Vehicle Users in the U. S.?,” Journal of Transport Policy 15: 196-208 (2008).

M. A. Delucchi, “The Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use in the U. S.,” chapter 4 in Environmentally Conscious Transportation, fifth volume of the Wiley Series in Environmentally Conscious Engineering, edited by M. Kutz, John Wiley and Sons, New Jersey, pp. 57-96 (2008).

M. A. Delucchi, “Do Motor-Vehicle Users in the U. S. Pay Their Way?,” Transportation Research-A 41: 982-1003 (2007).

M. A. Delucchi, “The Cost of Protecting Oil in the Persian Gulf,” RFF Weekly Policy Commentary, Resources for the Future, Washington, D. C., November 5 (2007). www.rff.org/Publications/WPC/Pages/11_05_07_Cost_ProtectingOil_PersianGulf_Delucchi.aspx. Published in Issues of the Day, ed. by I. W. H. Parry and F. Day, Resources for the Future, Washington, D. C., Chapter 23, pp. 48-49 (2010). www.rff.org/Documents/Publications/1004_Issues_of_the_Day/Issues_of_the_Day_Part_2_Energy_Policies.pdf.

M. A. Delucchi, “The Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use,” Encyclopedia of Energy, Volume 4, edited by C. Cutler et al., Elsevier Inc., the Netherlands, pp. 65 – 75 (2004).

M. A. Delucchi, “Environmental Externalities of Motor Vehicle Use,” chapter 23 in Handbook of Transport and the Environment, Handbooks in Transport Volume 4, edited by D. Hensher and K. Button, Elsevier Ltd., Oxford, England, pp. 429 – 449 (2003).

D. R. McCubbin and M. A. Delucchi, “Health Effects of Motor-Vehicle Air Pollution,” chapter 22 in Handbook of Transport and the Environment, Handbooks in Transport Volume 4, edited by. D. Hensher and K. Button, Elsevier Ltd., Oxford, England, pp. 411-427 (2003).

M. A. Delucchi, J. J. Murphy, and D. R. McCubbin, “The Health and Visibility Cost of Air Pollution: A Comparison of Estimation Methods,” Journal of Environmental Management 64: 139-152 (2002). Link

M. A. Delucchi, “Environmental Externalities of Motor-Vehicle Use in the U. S.,” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 34: 135-168, May (2000). Appears in the book The Automobile, edited by L. Lundqvist, K. Button, and P. Nijkamp, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom, 2003, part of the series Classics in Transport Analysis, edited by K. Button and P. Nijkamp.

M. A. Delucchi, “Should We Try to Get the Prices Right?,” Access, Number 16, University of California Transportation Center, Berkeley, pp. 14-21, Spring (2000).  Link

D. R. McCubbin and M. A. Delucchi, “The Health Costs of Motor-Vehicle Related Air Pollution,” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 33: 253-286 (1999).

J. J. Murphy, M. A. Delucchi, J. Kim, and D. R. McCubbin, “The Cost of Crop Damage Caused by Ozone Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles,” Journal of Environmental Management 55: 273-289 (1999).

M. A. Delucchi and S.-L. Hsu, “The External Damage Cost of Noise from Motor Vehicles,” Journal of Transportation and Statistics 1(3): 1-24, October (1998).

J. J. Murphy and M. A. Delucchi, “A Review of the literature on the Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use in the United States,” Journal of Transportation and Statistics 1 (1): 15-42, January (1998).

M. A. Delucchi, “The Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 553: 130-142 (1997).

D. L. Greene, D. Jones, and M. A. Delucchi, editors, Full Costs and Benefits of Transportation, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany (1997).

M. A. Delucchi, “The Annualized Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use in the U. S., Based on 1990-1991 Data: Summary of Theory, Data, Methods, and Results,” in Full Costs and Benefits of Transportation, ed. by D. L. Greene, D. Jones, and M. A. Delucchi, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp. 27-68 (1997).

M. A. Delucchi, “The Annualized Social Cost of Motor Vehicle Use in the U. S., Based on 1990-1991 Data: Summary of Theory, Data, Methods, and Results,” in Social Costs and Sustainability, Valuation and Implementation in the Energy and Transport Sector, ed. by O. Hohmeyer, R. L. Ottinger and K. Rennings, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp. 380-417 (1996).

M. A. Delucchi, “Total Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use,” Access, Number 8, University of California Transportation Center, Berkeley, pp. 7-13, Spring (1996).  Link

R. A. Johnston and M. A. DeLuchi, “Evaluation Methods for Rail Transit Projects,” Transportation Research-A 23A: 317-325 (1989).

R. A. Johnston, D. Sperling, M. A. DeLuchi, and S. Tracy, “Politics and Technical Uncertainty in Transportation Investment Analysis,” Transportation Research-A 21A: 459-475 (1988).

Reports and working papers

Y. Sun, M. A. Delucchi, C.-Y. C. L. Lawell, and J. M. Ogden, The Producer Surplus Associated with Gasoline Fuel Use in the United States, Working Paper, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of CaliforniaBerkeley, January (2019). Link

M. A. Delucchi, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Fuel-Economy Improvements, discussion draft, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, August (2007).

M. A. Delucchi, The Social-Cost Calculator (SCC): Documentation of Methods and Data, and Case Study of Sacramento, for the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) and the Northeast States for Coordinated Air-Use Management (NESCAUM), UCD-ITS-RR-05-18, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, September (2005).

M. A. Delucchi et al., The Annualized Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use, Based on 1990-1991 Data, UCD-ITS-RR-96-3, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, California, November 1996-October 2005. Approximately 2100 pp. in 21 reports:

Report 1: The Annualized Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use in the U.S., 1990-1991: Summary of Theory, Methods, Data, and Results (M. Delucchi).

Report 2: Some Conceptual and Methodological Issues in the Analysis of the Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use (M. Delucchi).

Report 3: Review of Some of the Literature on the Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use (J. Murphy and M. Delucchi).

Report 4: Personal Nonmonetary Costs of Motor-Vehicle Use (M. Delucchi).

Report 5: Motor-Vehicle Goods and Services Priced in the Private Sector (M. Delucchi).

Report 6: Motor-Vehicle Goods and Services Bundled in the Private Sector (M. Delucchi, with J. Murphy) (in preparation).

Report 7: Motor-Vehicle Infrastructure and Services Provided by the Public Sector (M. Delucchi And J. Murphy).

Report 8: Monetary Externalities of Motor-Vehicle Use (M. Delucchi) (under revision).

Report 9: Summary of the Nonmonetary Externalities of Motor-Vehicle Use (M. Delucchi).

Report 10: The Allocation of the Social Costs of Motor-Vehicle Use to Six Classes of Motor Vehicles (M. Delucchi).

Report 11: The Cost of the Health Effects of Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles (D. McCubbin and M. Delucchi).

Report 12: The Cost of Crop Losses Caused by Ozone Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles (J. Kim, J. Murphy, M. Delucchi, and D. McCubbin).

Report 13: The Cost of Reduced Visibility Due to Particulate Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles (M. Delucchi, J. Murphy, D. McCubbin, and J. Kim).

Report 14: The External Cost of Noise from Motor Vehicles (M. Delucchi and S. Hsu) (with separate 250-page data Appendix).

Report 15: U.S. Military Expenditures to Protect the Use of Persian-Gulf Oil for Motor Vehicles (M. Delucchi and J. Murphy).

Report 16: The Contribution of Motor Vehicles to Ambient Air Pollution (M. Delucchi and D. McCubbin).

Report 17: Tax and Fee Payments by Motor-Vehicle Users for the Use of Highways, Fuels, and Vehicles (M. Delucchi).

Report 18: Tax Expenditures Related to the Production and Consumption of Motor Fuels and Motor Vehicles (M. Delucchi and J. Murphy).

Report 19: The Cost of Motor-Vehicle Accidents (M. Delucchi) (in preparation).

Report 20: Some Comments on the Benefits of Motor-Vehicle Use (M. Delucchi) (in preparation).

Report 21: References and Bibliography (M. Delucchi).

Preliminary results from this work were presented in: U. S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, “Why Intervene? Externalities, Unpriced Inputs, Problems Needing Solutions,” Chapter 4 of Saving Energy in U. S. Transportation, OTA-ETI-589, Washington, D. C., pp. 91-134, July (1994).

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IMSSA – INTEGRATED MODELING SYSTEMS AND SCENARIO ANALYSIS AND RELATED RESEARCH

Journal articles and book chapters

F. Creutzig, N. H. Ravindranath, G. Berndes, S. Bolwig, R. Bright, F. Cherubini, H. Chum, E. Corbera, M. Delucchi, A. Faaij, J. Fargione, H. Haberl, G. Heath, O. Lucon, R. Plevin, A. Popp, C. Robledo-Abad, S. Rose, P. Smith, A. Stromman, S. Suh, and O. Masera, “Bioenergy and Climate-Change Mitigation: An Assessment,” Global Change Biology: Bioenergy, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcbb.12205 (2014).  Link

M. A. Delucchi, “Beyond Lifecycle Analysis: Developing a Better Tool for Simulating Policy Impacts,” The Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 99(3): 43-66 (2013).

M. A. Delucchi, “A Conceptual Framework for Estimating the Climate Impacts of Land-Use Change Due to Energy-Crop Programs,” Biomass and Bioenergy 35: 2337-2360 (2011).

M. A. Delucchi, “Beyond Lifecycle Analysis: Developing a Better Tool for Simulating Policy Impacts,” Chapter 13 of Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways, ed. by J. Ogden and L. Anderson, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, pp. 278-295 (2011).

S. Yeh, G. Mishra, M. Delucchi, and J. Teter, “Comparing Land, Water, and Materials Impacts,” Chapter 7 of Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways, ed. by J. Ogden and L. Anderson, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, pp. 174-189 (2011).

M. A. Delucchi, “Impacts of Biofuels on Climate Change, Water Use, and Land Use,” Public Interest Report, Summer, pp. 44-54 (2011). Link

M. A. Delucchi, “Impacts of Biofuels on Climate Change, Land Use, and Water Use,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1195: 28-45 (2010). (Issue The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology, ed. by R. S. Ostfeld and W. H. Schlesinger.)  Link

A. Löschel, J. Johnston, M. A. Delucchi, T. N. Demayo, D. L. Gautier, D. L. Greene, J. Ogden, S. Rayner, and E. Worrell, “Stocks, Flows, and Prospects of Energy,” chapter 22 in Linkages of Sustainability, Strüngman Forum Reports, ed. by T. E. Graedel and E. van der Voet, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 389-418 (2010).

Reports and working papers

None.

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THE LIFECYCLE EMISSIONS MODEL (LEM) AND OTHER RESEARCH RELATED TO LIFECYCLE-ANALYSIS (LCA)

Journal articles and book chapters

R. J. Plevin, M. A. Delucchi, and M. O’Hare, “Fuel Carbon Intensity Standards May Not mitigate Climate Change,” Energy Policy 105: 93-97 (2017).

R. Plevin, M. A. Delucchi, and F, Creutzig, “Response to ‘On the Uncanny capabilities of consequential LCA’ by Sangwon Suh and Yi Yang,” International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 19: 1559-1560 (2014).

R. J. Plevin, M. A. Delucchi, and F. Creutzig, “Response to Comments on ‘Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation…’,” Journal of Industrial Ecology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jiec.12153 (2014).  Link

R. J. Plevin, M. A. Delucchi, and F. Creutzig, “Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation Benefits Misleads Policymakers,” Journal of Industrial Ecology 18: 73-83 (2014).   Link

M. O’Hare, M. Delucchi, R. Edwards, U. Fritsche, H. Gibbs, T. Hertel, J. Hill, D. Kammen, D. Laborde, L. Marelli, D. Mulligan, R. Plevin, and W. Tyner, “Comment on ‘Indirect Land Use Change for Biofuels: Testing Predictions and Improving Analytical Methodologies’ by Kim And Dale: Statistical Reliability and the Definition of The Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) Issue,” Biomass and Bioenergy 35: 4485-4487 (2011).

T. E. Lipman and M. A. Delucchi, “Comparing Greenhouse Gas Emissions,” Chapter 6 of Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways, ed. by J. Ogden and L. Anderson, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, pp. 133-170 (2011).

T. E. Lipman and M. A. Delucchi, “Expected Greenhouse Gas Reductions by Battery, Fuel Cell, and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” Chapter 5 in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market, ed. by G. Pistoia, Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 113-158 (2010).

D. M. Kammen, A. E. Farrel, R. J. Plevin, A. D. Jones, M. A. Delucchi, and G. F. Nemet, “Energy and Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Biofuels: A Framework for Analysis,” in Biofuels: Linking Support to Performance, Roundtable 138, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the International Transport Forum, Paris, France, July, pp. 41-74 (2007).

M. A. Delucchi, “A Lifecycle Emissions Analysis: Urban Air Pollutants and Greenhouse-Gases from Petroleum, Natural Gas, LPG, and Other Fuels for Highway Vehicles, Forklifts, and Household Heating in The U. S.,” World Resources Review 13 (1): 25-51 (2001).

M. A. Delucchi, “Transportation and Global Climate,” Journal of Urban Technology 6 (1): 25-46 (1999).

M. A. DeLuchi, “Greenhouse-Gas Emissions from the Use of New Fuels for Transportation and Electricity,” Transportation Research-A 27A: 187-191 (1993).

M. A. DeLuchi, “Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Alternative Motor Fuels,” in Energy Matters, Volume 1, Number 2, Transportation Research Board Committee on Energy Conservation and Travel Demand, pp. 3-4, December (1990)

M. A. DeLuchi, “Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from the Use of Gasoline, Methanol, and Other Alternative Transportation Fuels,” in Methanol As an Alternative Fuel Choice: An Assessment, ed. by W. L. Kohl, John Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute, Washington, D. C., pp. 167-199 (1990).

M. A. DeLuchi, R. A. Johnston, and D. Sperling, “Transportation Fuels and the Greenhouse Effect,” Transportation Research Record 1175: 33-44 (1988).

Reports and working papers

A. E. Farrell, D. Sperling, et al., A Low-Carbon Fuel Standard for California, Part 1, Technical Analysis, Final Report, California Air Resources Board and California Energy Commission, May 29 (2007).  Link

M. A. Delucchi, Lifecycle Analysis of Biofuels, UCD-ITS-RR-06-08, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, May (2006).

M. A. Delucchi, A Multi-Country Analysis of Lifecycle Emissions from Transportation Fuels and Modes, UCD-ITS-RR-05-10, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, May (2005).

M. A. Delucchi, Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Lifecycle Analyses of Transportation Fuels, UCD-ITS-RR-04-45, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, October (2004).

M. A. Delucchi et al., A Lifecycle Emissions Model (LEM): Lifecycle Emissions from Transportation Fuels, Motor Vehicles, Transportation Modes, Electricity Use, Heating and Cooking Fuels, and Materials, UCD-ITS-RR-03-17, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, December (2003). Main report and 13 appendices. Approx. 1175 pp., as follows (page lengths refer to current working documentation, which in some cases differs from published 2003 documentation):

Main Report: A Lifecycle Emissions Model (LEM): Lifecycle Emissions from Transportation Fuels, Motor Vehicles, Transportation Modes, Electricity Use, Heating and Cooking Fuels, and Materials (~ 415 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix A: Energy use and emissions from the lifecycle of diesel-like fuels derived from biomass (20 pp.) (M.A. Delucchi).

Appendix B: Data for other countries (88 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix C: Emissions related to cultivation and fertilizer use (82 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix D: CO2-equivalency factors (124 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix E: Data on methane emissions from natural gas production, oil production, and coal mining (24 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix F: Emissions of nitrous oxide and methane from alternative fuels for motor vehicles and electricity-generating plants in the U. S. (76 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi and T. Lipman).

Appendix G: Parameters calculated with the Advanced Vehicle Cost and Energy Use Model (AVCEM) (8 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix H: The lifecycle of materials and motor vehicles (137 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi, with D. Salon).

Appendix J: Emission factors for heavy-duty diesel vehicles (~ 25 pp.) (in preparation) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix K: Input-output data for hydrogen from coal and hydrogen from biomass conversion processes (48 pp.) (G. Wang and M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix X: Pathways diagrams (26 pp.) (G. Wang and M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix Y: Some results from the LEM (~ 50 pp.) (in preparation) (M. A. Delucchi).

Appendix Z: References to the main report (53 pp.) (M. A. Delucchi).

M. A. Delucchi, Overview of the Lifecycle Emissions Model (LEM), UCD-ITS-RR-02-02, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, August (2002).

R. O’Ryan, D. Sperling, M. Delucchi, and T. Turrentine, Transportation in Developing Countries: Greenhouse Gas Scenarios for Chile, Pew Center for Global Climate Change, Arlington, Virginia, August (2002). (Also UCD-ITS-RP-02-24, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis.)

M. A. Delucchi, Incorporating the Effect of Price Changes on CO2-Equivalent Emissions from Alternative-Fuel Lifecycles: Scoping the Issues, for Oak Ridge National Laboratory, UCD-ITS-RR-05-19, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis (2005). Originally published 2002, revised in September 2005.

J. Prozzi, C. Naude, D. Sperling, and M. Delucchi, Transportation in Developing Countries: Greenhouse Gas Scenarios for South Africa, Pew Center for Global Climate Change, Arlington, Virginia, February (2001). (Also UCD-ITS-RP-02-10, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis.)

H. Zhou. D. Sperling, M. Delucchi, and D. Salon, Transportation in Developing Countries: Greenhouse Gas Scenarios for Shanghai, China, Pew Center for Global Climate Change, Arlington, Virginia, July (2001). (Also UCD-ITS-RP-01-14, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis.)

R. Bose, K. S. Nesamani, G. Tiwari, D. Sperling, M. Delucchi, L. Redmond, and L. Schipper, Transportation in Developing Countries: Greenhouse Gas Scenarios for Delhi, India, Pew Center for Global Climate Change, Arlington, Virginia, May (2001). (Also UCD-ITS-RP-01-15, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis.)

M. A. Delucchi, LPG for Space Heating and Water Heating: A Fuelcycle Analysis of Emissions of Urban Air Pollutants and Greenhouse-Gases, report for the Propane Education and Research Council, Washington, D. C., May (1999).

M. A. Delucchi, LPG for Forklifts: A Fuelcycle Analysis of Emissions of Urban Air Pollutants and Greenhouse-Gases, report for the Propane Education and Research Council, Washington, D. C., May (1999).

M. A. Delucchi, LPG for Motor Vehicles: A Fuelcycle Analysis of Emissions of Urban Air Pollutants and Greenhouse-Gases, report for the Propane Education and Research Council, Washington, D. C., January (1999).

M. A. Delucchi, Corn Ethanol and Climate Change, discussion paper, September (1998).

M. A. Delucchi and T. E. Lipman, Emissions of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases from the Production and Use of Transportation Fuels and Electricity, UCD-ITS-RR-97-5, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, February (1997). 150 pp.

M. A. Delucchi, A Revised Model of Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from the Use of Transportation Fuels and Electricity, UCD-ITS-RR-97-22, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, November (1997). 210 pp. Parts of an early version of this report are summarized in K. C. Stork and M. K. Singh, Impact of Renewable Oxygenate Standard for Reformulated Gasoline on Ethanol Demand, Energy Use, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, ANL/ESD-28, Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, April (1995).

M. A. DeLuchi, Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from the Use of Transportation Fuels and Electricity, ANL/ESD/TM-22, Volume 2, Appendices A-S, Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, November (1993). 524 pp. http://www.osti.gov/bridge/product.biblio.jsp?osti_id=10119540.

M. A. DeLuchi, Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from the Use of Transportation Fuels and Electricity, ANL/ESD/TM-22, Volume 1, Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, November (1991). 142 pp.

M. A. DeLuchi, State-of-the-Art Assessment of Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from the Use of Fossil and Nonfossil Fuels, with Emphasis on Alternative Transportation Fuels, Ph.D. Dissertation, Ecology, University of California, Davis, September (1990). 531 pp.

M. A. DeLuchi and D. Sperling, “Methanol and the Greenhouse Effect,” in Proceedings, 8th International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels, Tokyo, Japan, November 13-16 (1988).

M. A. DeLuchi and D. Sperling “Natural Gas Vehicles and the Greenhouse Effect,” Paper #41, in NGVs: The New Direction in Transportation, Proceedings, First International Conference and Exhibition, Sydney, Australia, October 27-30 (1988).

M. A. DeLuchi, R. A. Johnston, and D. Sperling, Transportation Fuels and the Greenhouse Effect, UERG-180, University Energy Research Group, University of California, Berkeley, December (1987). 80 pp.

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AVCEM — THE ADVANCED VEHICLE COST AND ENERGY-USE MODEL AND OTHER RESEARCH RELATED TO VEHICLE COST

Journal articles and book chapters

Y. Sun, M. A. Delucchi, and J. M. Ogden, “The Impact of Widespread Deployment of Fuel Cell Vehicles on Platinum Demand and Price,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36: 11116-11127 (2011).

Y. Sun, J. M. Ogden, and M. A. Delucchi, “Societal Lifetime Cost of Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35: 11932-11946 (2010).  Link

Y. Sun, J. M. Ogden, and M. A. Delucchi, “Societal Lifecycle Buy-Down Cost of Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles,” Transportation Research Record 2191: 34-42 (2010).

M. A. Delucchi and T. E. Lipman, “Lifetime Cost of Battery, Fuel-Cell, and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” Chapter 2 in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market, ed. by G. Pistoia, Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 19-60 (2010).

T. E. Lipman and M. A. Delucchi, “A Retail and Lifetime Cost Analysis of Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” Transportation Research-D 11: 115-132 (2006).

M. A. Delucchi and T. E. Lipman, “An Analysis of the Retail and Lifecycle Cost of Battery-Powered Electric Vehicles,” Transportation Research-D 6: 371-404 (2001).

Reports and working papers

M. A. Delucchi, “Advanced Vehicle Cost and Energy-Use Model,” Anaysis, 2017 Annual Progress Report, DOE/EE-1706, Vehicle Technologies Office, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U. S. Department of Energy, pages 43-38, May (2018).   Link

M. A. Delucchi, AVCEM Documentation: External Costs and Other Adjustments to Social Cost, draft report for the US Department of Energy, June 30 (2017). 44 pp.

M. A. Delucchi, The Lifetime Cost of Batteries in Electric Vehicles Integrated with an Electricity Grid Using Wind, Water, and Solar Power, draft report for the US Department of energy and the US Department of Transportation, June (2016). 76 pp.

M. A. Delucchi et al., AVCEM: Advanced-Vehicle Cost and Energy-Use Model, AVCEM Documentation, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, 16 parts (in preparation):

AVCEM Documentation Part 1: Overview of AVCEM

AVCEM Documentation Part 2: General Concepts and Methods

AVCEM Documentation Part 3: Review of Literature on Electric-Vehicle Costs

AVCEM Documentation Part 4: Cost-Year Basis, Consumer Interest Rates, Inflation, and other Financial Parameters

AVCEM Documentation Part 5: Baseline Vehicle Manufacturing Cost, Weight, and Lifetime

AVCEM Documentation Part 6: From Variable Manufacturing Cost to Retail Cost

AVCEM Documentation Part 7: Vehicle Energy Use and Performance

AVCEM Documentation Part 8: Energy Use of Internal-Combustion Engines

AVCEM Documentation Part 9: Electric and Alternative-Fuel Powertrain Performance, Cost, and Lifetime

AVCEM Documentation Part 10: Battery Performance, Cost, and Lifetime

AVCEM Documentation Part 11: Fuel-Cell and Hydrogen-Storage System Performance, Cost, and Lifetime

AVCEM Documentation Part 12: Periodic Ownership and Operating Costs

AVCEM Documentation Part 13: Energy Feedstock, Production and Delivery Costs

AVCEM Documentation Part 14: External Costs and Non-Cost Transfer Payments

 AVCEM Documentation Part 15: Results from AVCEM

 AVCEM Documentation Part 16: References and Parameters

M. A. Delucchi, AVCEM: Advanced-Vehicle Cost and Energy-Use Model, Overview of AVCEM, UCD-ITS-RR-05-17(1), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis (2005).

T. E. Lipman and M. A. Delucchi, Retail and Lifecycle Cost Analysis of Hybrid Electric Vehicle Designs, UCD-ITS-RR-03-01, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, April (2003).

T. E. Lipman, M. A. Delucchi, and D. J. Friedman, A Vision of Zero-Emission Vehicles: Scenario Cost Analysis from 2003 to 2030, Final Report, prepared for The Steven and Michelle Kirsch Foundation and the Union of Concerned Scientists, October 23 (2000).

M. A. Delucchi, A. Burke, M. Miller, and T. E. Lipman, Electric and Gasoline Vehicle Lifecycle Cost and Energy-Use Model, UCD-ITS-RR-99-04, report to the California Air Resources Board, revised final report, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, April (2000).

M. A. Delucchi, Motor-Vehicle Lifecycle Cost and Energy-Use Model, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, California, June (1996). 60 pp.

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DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION-INFRASTRUCTURE TOWN PLAN

Journal articles and book chapters

M. A. Delucchi and K. S. Kurani, “Closure to ‘How To Have Sustainable Transportation without Making People Drive Less or Give Up Suburban Living’ by Mark Delucchi and Kenneth S. Kurani,” Journal of Urban Planning and Development, http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000172 (2016).  Link

M. A. Delucchi and K. S. Kurani, “Can We Have Sustainable Transportation without Making People Drive Less or Give Up Suburban Living?,” Access, University of California Transportation Center, Berkeley, Volume 46, Spring (2015).  Link

M. A. Delucchi and K. S. Kurani, “How To Have Sustainable Transportation without Making People Drive Less or Give Up Suburban Living,” Journal of Planning and Urban Development 40(4), December (2014).  Link

M. A. Delucchi, “Dual in the Town,” Traffic Technology International, April/May, pp. 16-20 (2011).

M. A. Delucchi, “Enhancing Resource Sustainability by Transforming Urban and Suburban Transportation,” chapter 24 in Linkages of Sustainability, Strüngman Forum Reports, ed. by T. E. Graedel and E. van der Voet, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 439-459 (2010).

Reports and working papers

M. A. Delucchi, with K. Kurani and J. Koo, How We Can Have Safe, Clean, Convenient, Affordable, Pleasant Transportation Without Making People Drive Less or Give Up Suburban Living, UCD-ITS-RR-02-08-rev.1, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, October (2010). First published September 2002, revised October 2010.

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TRANSPORTATION ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS, AND COST

Journal articles and book chapters

M. A. Delucchi, C. Yang, A. F. Burke, J. M. Ogden, K. Kurani, J. Kessler and D. Sperling, “An Assessment of Electric Vehicles: Technology, Infrastructure Requirements, Greenhouse-Gas Emissions, Petroleum Use, Material Use, Lifetime Cost, Consumer Acceptance, and Policy Initiatives,” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 372: 20120325 (2014).  Link

T. E. Lipman and M. A. Delucchi, “Emissions of Nitrous Oxide and Methane from Conventional and Alternative-Fuel Motor Vehicles,” Climate Change 53 (4): 477-516 (2002).

T. E. Lipman and M. A. Delucchi, “Hydrogen-Fueled Vehicles,” International Journal of Vehicle Design 17: 562-589 (1997).

J. DeCicco and M. A. Delucchi, editors, Transportation, Energy, and Environment: How Far Can Technology Take Us?, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Washington, D. C. (1997).

J. DeCicco and M. A. Delucchi, “Introduction and Overview,” in Transportation, Energy, and Environment: How Far Can Technology Take Us?, ed. by J. DeCicco and M. A. Delucchi, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Washington, D. C., pp. 1-20 (1997).

M. A. DeLuchi, D. L. Greene, and Q. Wang, “Motor Vehicle Fuel Economy: The Forgotten NMHC Control Strategy?,” Transportation Research-A 28A: 223-244 (1994).

M. A. DeLuchi, “Emissions from the Production, Storage, and Transport of Crude Oil and Gasoline,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 43: 1486-1495 (1993).

M. A. DeLuchi and J. M. Ogden, “Solar-Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles,” Transportation Research-A 27A: 255-275 (1993).

K. A. Nesbitt, K. S. Kurani, and M. A. DeLuchi, “Home Recharging and the Household Electric Vehicles Market: A Near-Term Constraints Analysis,” Transportation Research Record 1366: 11-19 (1993).

J. M. Ogden and M. A. DeLuchi, “Solar Hydrogen Transportation Fuels,” Chapter 8 of Transportation and Global Climate Change, ed. by D. L. Greene and D. J. Santini, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, Washington, D. C., pp. 189-241 (1993).

M. A. DeLuchi and Q. Wang, “Electric Vehicle Impacts and Economics,” Chapter 4 of Electric Vehicles: Technology, Performance, and Potential, International Energy Agency/Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, pp. 139-166 (1993).

M. A. DeLuchi and D. Swan, “The Promise of Fuel-Cell Vehicles,” Access, Number 3, University of California Transportation Center, Berkeley, pp. 14-21, Fall (1993).

Q. Wang and M. A. DeLuchi “Impacts of Electric Vehicles on Primary Energy Consumption and Petroleum Displacement,” Energy, the International Journal 17: 351-366 (1992).

D. Sperling, L. Schipper, M. A. DeLuchi, and Q. Wang, “Environmentally Benign Automobiles,” Access, Number 1, University of California Transportation Center, Berkeley, pp. 21-25, Fall (1992).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, “Alternative Transportation Energy,” Chapter 4 of The Environment of Oil, ed. by R. J. Gilbert, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, Massachusetts, pp. 85-141 (1992).

K. Nesbitt, D. Sperling, and M. A. DeLuchi, “An Initial Assessment of Roadway-Powered Electric Vehicles,” Transportation Research Record 1276: 41-55 (1990).

Q. Wang, M. A. DeLuchi, and D. Sperling, “Emissions Impacts of Electric Vehicles,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 40: 1275-1284 (1990).

R. A. Johnston, M. A. DeLuchi, D. Sperling, and P. P. Craig, “Automating Urban Freeways: A Policy Research Agenda,” Journal of Transportation Engineering 116: 442-460 (1990).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, “Transportation Energy Futures,” Annual Review of Energy 14: 375-424 (1989).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, “Is Methanol the Transportation Fuel of the Future?,” Energy — The International Journal 14: 469-482 (1989).

M. A. DeLuchi, Q. Wang, and D. Sperling, “Electric Vehicles: Performance, Life-cycle Costs, Emissions, and Recharging Requirements,” Transportation Research-A 23A: 255-278 (1989).

M. A. DeLuchi, “Hydrogen Vehicles: An Evaluation of Fuel Storage, Performance, Safety, and Cost,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 14: 81-130 (1989).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, “Is Methanol the Transportation Fuel of the Future,?” Chapter 17 of Alternative Transportation Fuels; An Environmental and Energy Solution, ed. by D. Sperling, Quorum Books, Westport, Connecticut, pp. 273-291 (1989).

M. A. DeLuchi, “Hydrogen Vehicles,” Chapter 6 of Alternative Transportation Fuels; An Environmental and Energy Solution, ed. by D. Sperling, Quorum Books, Westport, Connecticut, pp. 83-99 (1989).

M. A. DeLuchi, R. A. Johnston, and D. Sperling, “Natural Gas versus Methanol Vehicles: A Comparison of Resource Supply Performance, Fuel Storage, Emissions, Cost, Safety, and Transitions,” SAE Technical Paper #881656, SAE Transactions 1988, Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale, Pennsylvania (1988).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, “Air Quality,” Chapter 15 of New Transportation Fuels: A Strategic Approach to Technological Change, by D. Sperling, University of California Press, Berkeley, California, pp. 315-337 (1988).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, “Motor Vehicle Technology,” Chapter 12 of New Transportation Fuels: A Strategic Approach to Technological Change, by D. Sperling, University of California Press, Berkeley, California, pp. 241-270 (1988).

Reports and working papers

T. S. Turrentine, M. A. Delucchi, R. R. Heffner, K. S. Kurani, and Y. Sun, Quanitfying the Benefits of Hybrid Vehicles, UCD-ITS-RR-06-17, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, November 15 (2006).

M. A. Delucchi, Analysis of Particulate Emission Factors in the PART5 Model, UCD-ITS-RR-03-30, for the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis (2000).

M. A. Delucchi, Emissions of Criteria Pollutants, Toxic Air Pollutants, and Greenhouse Gases, from the Use of Alternative Transportation Modes and Fuels, UCD-ITS-RR-96-12, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, January (1996). 150 pp.

J. Ogden, E. Larson, and M. A. Delucchi, A Technical and Economic Assessment of Renewable Fuels for Transportation, UCD-ITS-RR-94-31 Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis (prepared for the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment, U. S. Congress, Washington, D. C.), May (1994). 215 pp. Portions of this report were incorporated into: U. S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, “Transport,” Chapter 4 of Renewing Our Energy Future, OTA-ETI-614, Washington, D. C., pp. 103-144, September (1995).

D. Sperling and M. A. DeLuchi, Choosing an Alternative Transportation Fuel: Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Impacts, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, (1993). 150 pp.

M. A. DeLuchi, Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles, UCD-ITS-RR-92-14, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, California, September (1992). 158 pp.

M. A. DeLuchi, Q. Wang, and D. L. Greene, Motor Vehicle Fuel Economy, The Forgotten HC Control Strategy?, ORNL-6715, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, June (1992). 303 pp.

M. A. DeLuchi, E. D. Larson, and R. H. Williams, “Hydrogen and Methanol from Biomass and Use in Fuel Cell and Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles,” Proceedings of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Joint Power Generation Conference, Session on “Solid Fuel Conversion for the Transportation Sector”, San Diego, California, October 6-10 (1991). (Same as report of same name.)

M. A. DeLuchi, E. D. Larson, and R. H. Williams, Hydrogen and Methanol from Biomass and Use in Fuel Cell and Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles, PU/CEES Report No. 263, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, August (1991). 45 pp.

Q. Wang and M. A. DeLuchi, Impacts of Electric Vehicles on Primary Energy Consumption and Petroleum Displacement, Working Paper No. 6, The University of California Transportation Center, Berkeley, California, July (1991). 36 pp. (Same as journal article of same title.)

Q. Wang, D. L. Greene, and M. A. DeLuchi, “Effects of Increasing Fuel Economy on Gasoline Vehicle HC Emissions,” paper 91-96.7, proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Vancouver, British Columbia, June 16-21 (1991).

D. Sperling, M. A. DeLuchi, and Q. Wang, Towards Alternative Transportation Fuels and Incentive-Based Regulation of Vehicle Fuels and Emissions, California Policy Seminar, University of California, Berkeley (1991).

K. Nesbitt, M. A. DeLuchi, and D. Sperling, An Assessment of Natural Gas and Electricity as Transportation Fuels, for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, May (1989).

Q. Wang, M. A. DeLuchi, and D. Sperling, Air Pollutant Emissions: Electric Vehicles, UCD-TRG-RR-89-1, Transportation Research Group, University of California, Davis, May (1989). 75 pp.

M. A. DeLuchi, D. Sperling, and R. A. Johnston, A Comparative Analysis of Future Transportation Fuels, UCB-ITS-RR-87-13, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley, October (1987). 515 pp.

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