Promising niches: a survey of early markets for hydrogen technologies

Agnolucci, P. and McDowall, W. 2006. Promising niches: a survey of early markets for hydrogen technologies. in: 1st world congress of young scientists on hydrogen energy systems: HYSYDAYS: proceedings hosted by eco-efficiency biennial New York, USA Begell House.

Chapter titlePromising niches: a survey of early markets for hydrogen technologies
AuthorsAgnolucci, P. and McDowall, W.
Book title1st world congress of young scientists on hydrogen energy systems: HYSYDAYS: proceedings hosted by eco-efficiency biennial
Year2006
PublisherBegell House
Publication dates
Published2006
Place of publicationNew York, USA
ISBN1567002307

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