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State Plan to increase the use of non-petroleum transportation fuels
California Energy Commission
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As mandated by Assembly Bill 1007, this study assesses the energy inputs, greenhouse gas emissions, criteria pollutant emissions, air toxics emissions, and multimedia impacts from the production and use of a variety of conventional and alternative fuels that are considered options for on-road vehicle and off-road equipment applications in California on a full fuel cycle basis through 2030 to determine their “net material” impact. Seventeen different vehicle/fuel combinations with more than 50 fuel production pathways are evaluated. Possible uses of the results of the analysis are identified. Criteria pollutant emission calculations are determined for vehicle operation and emissions within California. Total global greenhouse gas emissions are quantified. The results are presented in three separate volumes.
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