Fueling the Future: A Plan to Reduce California's Oil Dependence
A Plan to Reduce California's Oil Dependence
California's demand for gasoline is expected to grow by 30 percent by 2020, a pace the state's refineries will not be able to keep up with. This September 2002 report says that motorists will face higher prices and volatility at the gas pump unless the state reduces petroleum demand through a combination of fuel efficiency, advanced vehicle technologies, public education and smart growth.
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Gas Pains in the Golden State
Investing in a Clean and Reliable Fuel Supply
Oil Savings and Economic Benefits
Appendix A: Petroleum Demand Model
Appendix B: Hydrogen Infrastructure Cost Estimate
Fueling the Future: A Plan to Reduce California's Oil Dependence: A Plan to Reduce California's Oil Dependence. By Roland Hwang. September 2002. Photocopy only, $7.50. Order print copies.
last revised 9/25/2002
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