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Nathan Parker
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Using natural gas transmission pipeline costs to estimate hydrogen pipeline costs
N Parker
2012004
Development of a biorefinery optimized biofuel supply curve for the Western United States
N Parker, P Tittmann, Q Hart, R Nelson, K Skog, A Schmidt, E Gray, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 34 (11), 1597-1607, 2010
1732010
A spatially explicit techno-economic model of bioenergy and biofuels production in California
PW Tittmann, NC Parker, QJ Hart, BM Jenkins
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (6), 715-728, 2010
1272010
Some inconvenient truths about climate change policy: The distributional impacts of transportation policies
SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel, NC Parker
Review of Economics and Statistics 97 (5), 1052-1069, 2015
922015
From waste to hydrogen: An optimal design of energy production and distribution network
N Parker, Y Fan, J Ogden
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 46 (4 …, 2010
772010
The potential stickiness of pandemic-induced behavior changes in the United States
D Salon, MW Conway, D Capasso da Silva, RS Chauhan, S Derrible, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (27), e2106499118, 2021
562021
Renewable natural gas in California: An assessment of the technical and economic potential
N Parker, R Williams, R Dominguez-Faus, D Scheitrum
Energy Policy 111, 235-245, 2017
522017
Strategic Assessment of Bioenergy Development in the West: Spatial analysis and supply curve development
N Parker, P Tittmann, Q Hart, M Lay, J Cunningham, B Jenkins, R Nelson, ...
Final Report to the Western Governor’s Association, prepared by the …, 2008
52*2008
Assessment of technologies to meet a low carbon fuel standard
S Yeh, NP Lutsey, NC Parker
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (18), 6907-6914, 2009
462009
How negative can biofuels with CCS take us and at what cost? Refining the economic potential of biofuel production with CCS using spatially-explicit modeling
N Johnson, N Parker, J Ogden
Energy Procedia 63, 6770-6791, 2014
422014
Unintended consequences of carbon policies: transportation fuels, land-use, emissions, and innovation
SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel, NC Parker
The Energy Journal 36 (3), 2015
38*2015
Who saves money buying electric vehicles? Heterogeneity in total cost of ownership
N Parker, HL Breetz, D Salon, MW Conway, J Williams, M Patterson
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 96, 102893, 2021
352021
Economic impact of combined torrefaction and pelletization processes on forestry biomass supply
Y Li, P Tittmann, N Parker, B Jenkins
Gcb Bioenergy 9 (4), 681-693, 2017
302017
Optimizing the design of biomass hydrogen supply chains using real-world spatial distributions: a case study using California rice straw
NC Parker
302007
The feasibility of renewable natural gas as a large-scale, low carbon substitute
AM Jaffe, R Dominguez-Faus, N Parker, D Scheitrum, J Wilcock, M Miller
California Air Resources Board Final Draft Report Contract, 2016
292016
The role of biomass in California's hydrogen economy
NC Parker, JM Ogden, Y Fan
Energy Policy 36 (10), 3925-3939, 2008
292008
Spatially explicit projection of biofuel supply for meeting renewable fuel standard
N Parker
Transportation research record 2287 (1), 72-79, 2012
232012
California low carbon fuel policies and natural gas fueling infrastructure: Synergies and challenges to expanding the use of RNG in transportation
D Scheitrum, AM Jaffe, R Dominguez-Faus, N Parker
Energy Policy 110, 355-364, 2017
222017
Geospatial, Temporal and Economic Analysis of Alternative Fuel Infrastructure: The case of freight and US natural gas markets
Y Fan, A Lee, N Parker, D Scheitrum, R Dominguez-Faus, AM Jaffe, ...
The Energy Journal 38 (6), 2017
222017
Modeling future biofuel supply chains using spatially explicit infrastructure optimization
NC Parker
University of California, Davis, 2011
202011
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