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Panel 5. Transport

Engine power limitation: A realistic option
Ir Gerard M. M. Alink, Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Holland

Transport policy and programme evaluation: Energy efficiency in transportation sector for France from 1973 to 1991
Didier Bosseboeuf, Ademe, France

Strategies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from road traffic
Gunnar A. Eriksson, Nordplan and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA

Applying an integrated energy/environmental framework to the analysis of alternative transportation fuels
Mark Fulmer and Stephen Bernow, Tellus Institute, USA

Land-use, lifestyle and transport
Helmut Holzapfel, Gesamthochschule Kassel, Germany

Dealing with major transport externalities in the EC: Policy options and impacts on energy use
Gert Jan Koopman, Commision of the European Communities

Supercars: The coming light-vehicle revolution
Amory B. Lovins, John W. Barnett, and L. Hunter Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA

Energy consumption due to personal mobility: The main causes at the household level
Adriaan H. Perrels, Netherlands Energy Research Centre

The need for a systems approach in improving transport energy efficiency in Europe
Stephen Potter, The Open University, UK

Energy use of company cars
Erna Schol and Richard Smokers, Netherlands Energy Research Foundation