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  • M. Spinelli, S. Campanari, M.C. Romano, S. Consonni, T.G. Kreutz, H. Ghezel-Ayagh, S. Jolly, M. Di Nitto, “Using Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells for Clean Power Generation and CO2 Capture Retrofitting Coal Power Plants And Combined Cycles”, Proceedings of the ASME 2015 Power and Energy Conversion Conference (PowerEnergy2015), June 28-July 2, 2015, San Diego, California.
  • G. Liu, E.D. Larson, R.H. Williams, and X. Guo, “Gasoline from Coal and/or Biomass with CO2 Capture and Storage, 1. Process Designs and Performance Analysis,” Energy and Fuels, February 2015. (DOI: 10.1021/ef502667d)
  • G. Liu, E.D. Larson, R.H. Williams, and X. Guo, “Gasoline from Coal and/or Biomass with CO2 Capture and Storage, 2. Economic Analysis and Strategic Context,” Energy and Fuels, February 2015. (DOI: 10.1021/ef502668n)

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  • Henderick, P. and R.H. Williams. (2000). Trigeneration in a northern Chinese village using crop residues. Energy for Sustainable Development 4(3): 26-42.
  • Azar, C. and E.D. Larson. (2000). Bioenergy and land-use competition in Northeast Brazil. Energy for Sustainable Development 4(3): 64-71.
  • Kartha, S., T.G. Kreutz, R.H. Williams. (2000). Small-scale biomass fuel cell/gas turbine power systems for rural areas. Energy for Sustainable Development 4(1): 85-89.
  • Kartha, S. and E.D. Larson. (2000). Bioenergy Primer: Modernized biomass Energy for Sustainable Development. United Nations Development Programme.
  • Larson, E.D. and S. Kartha. (2000). Expanding roles for modernized biomass energy. Energy for Sustainable Development 4(3): 15-25.
  • WEA Editorial Board. (2000). Overview: Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability—the World Energy Assessment, 28 pp., UN Development Programme, New York. [The Overview of the World Energy Assessment (WEA) is the collective responsibility of the 10 convening lead authors of WEA chapters (of which Williams is one), the Chair, the 5 Vice Chairs, and the 3 representatives of the establishing institutions.]
  • Goldemberg, J. (Convening Lead Author), and A.K.N. Reddy, K. Smith, and R.H. Williams (Lead Authors). 2000). Rural energy for developing countries, Chapter 10, pp. 369 to 389, in Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability—the World Energy Assessment, 508 pages, UN Development Programme, New York.
  • Williams, R.H. (Convening Lead Author). (2000). Advanced energy supply technologies, Chapter 8, pp. 274 to 329, in Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability—World Energy Assessment, 508 pages, UN Development Programme, New York.
  • Energy for Sustainable Development in China. Report, Recommandations and Workplan of the Working Group on Energy Strategies and Technologies. July 2000.

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