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Energy Research at DOE was it Worth it?: Energy Efficiency and Fossil Energy Research 1978 to 2000
Shock, R.N., W.Fulkerson, M.L.Brown, R.L.San Martin, D.L.Greene, and J.Edmonds. 1999. “How Much Is Energy Research and Development Worth As Insurance?” Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 24:487.
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