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Alan Lloyd
The International Council on Clean Transportation, ICCT
International Black Carbon Co-control Health Advisory Committee

AlanC. Lloyd is the President of the International Council on Clean Transportationsince 2006. He is one of the founding members of the ICCT. The ICCT, sponsored by the William and Floral Hewlett Foundation, the Energy Foundation, and the ClimateWorks Foundation, has the goal of dramatically improve the environmentalperformance and efficiency of cars, trucks, buses and transportation systems inorder to protect and improve public health, environment and quality of life.

Dr. Lloyd served as the Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency from 2004 through February 2006 during which time he Chaired the Climate Action Team to implement Governor Schwarzenegger's aggressive green house gas reduction goals. He also required a review of the "State of the Science" of the six Boards and Departments composing the Agency in order to ensure that it met the quality required for sound policy making.

Hewas Chairman of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) from 1999 to 2004 before his appointment to Secretary. During his tenure CARB passed the first United States regulation to control green house gases from automobiles andlight trucks (following the AB 1493 legislation). As Chair, he implemented the Diesel Risk Reduction Plan by regulating emission reductions of diesel particulate from on and off road sources; successfully initiated and passed a plan to address Environmental Justice issues (a first for CARB) and presidedover two reviews of the California Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program.



Associate Editor, Advancesin Environmental Science and Technology, published by John Wiley &Sons, Inc. (five volumes).

Evaluated Kinetic Datafor High Temperature Reactions, Volume I, D.L.Baulch, D.D. Drysdale, D.G. Horne, and A.C. Lloyd.  London: Butterworths (1972).

Part of Publications

Lloyd, A., Rambach, G.,LaVen, A. and Rose, R. (1998).  Why Hydrogen Makes Sense as a Motor Fuelof the Future – With or Without Global Warming. Presented at XII World Hydrogen Energy Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 21-25, 1998.

Lloyd, A.C. (1979).  The Tropospheric Chemistry of Aldehydes.  In Proceedings of Conference on Chemical Kinetic Data Needs for Modeling the Lower Troposphere,August 1979.

Lloyd, A.C. (1967). Kinetics and Pressure Dependence of the Decomposition of the Propionyl Radical.  Trans. Faraday Soc., 63, 2480.

Lloyd, A.C. (1971). Critical Review of the Kinetics of the Dissociation-recombination Reactions of Fluorine and Chlorine.  Int. J. Chem. Kinetics, 3, 39.

Lloyd, A.C. (1971). Evaluated and Estimated Kinetic Data for Gas Phase Reactions of the Hydroperoxyl Radical.  N.B.S. Report 10447, July 1971.

Lloyd, A.C. (1974). Evaluated and Estimated Kinetic Data for Phase Reactions of the Hydroperoxyl Radical.  Int. J. Chem. Kinetics, 6(2), 169-228.

Lloyd, A.C. (1975). A Gas Phase Kinetic Study of the Relative Rates of Reaction of Selected Aromatic Compounds With Hydroxyl Radicals in an Environmental Chamber.  Environ.Sci. Technol., 9, 237.

Lloyd, A.C. (1976). Evidence for Alkoxy Radical Isomerization in Photooxidations of C4-C6Alkanes Under Simulated Atmospheric Conditions.  Chem. Phys. Lett.,42, 22.

Lloyd, A.C. (1976). Importance of RO2 + NO in Alkyl Nitrate Formation from C4-C6Alkane Photooxidations Under Simulated Atmospheric Conditions.  J.Phys. Chem., 80, 1948.

Lloyd, A.C. (1978). The Role of Computer Modeling of Photochemical Smog in Defining Existing Measurement Needs. Special Publications, National Aeronautics and Space Agency,Langley, MD, August, 1978.

Lloyd, A.C. (1989). Review of the Air Quality Program in Los Angeles:  Problems and Proposed Solutions. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Air Pollution Control,Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, January 17-18, 1989.

Lloyd, A.C. (1990). Using Supercomputing and Visualization in Los Angeles Smog Simulations. In Proceedings of the Second Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Science,Irvine, CA, November 1-3, 1990.

Lloyd, A.C. (1991). California Clean Air Initiatives--The Role of Fuel Cells. Presented atthe Second Grove Fuel Cell Symposium, The Royal Institution, London, September24-27, 1991.

Lloyd, A.C. (1991). The California Plan. Presented at Second Annual U.S. Hydrogen Meeting, Arlington, VA, March 13-15, 1991.

Lloyd, A.C. (1992). California Clean Air Initiatives - The Role of Fuel Cells. J. PowerSources, 37, 241-253.

Lloyd, A.C. (1994). Fuel Cells and Air Quality:  A California Perspective. J. PowerSources, Vol. 39, 1994.

Lloyd, A.C. (1995). The Role of Hydrogen in Meeting Southern California's Air Quality Goals. In Proceedings of the International Hydrogen and Clean Energy Symposium,Tokyo, Japan, February 6-8, 1995.

Lloyd, A.C. (1997). California’s Approach to Air Quality Management. In Air Quality Management, Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, Hester,R.E. and Harrison, R.M., Ed. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 141-156.

Lloyd, A.C. (1999). The California Fuel Cell Partnership: An Avenue to Clean Air, published in theJournal of Power Sources, Volume 86/1-2, March 2000.

Lloyd, A.C. (1999). The Power Plant in Your Basement, published in the Scientific American Magazine,Volume 281 NO.1, July 1999.

Lloyd, A.C. (2000).Particulate Pollution:  Challenges We Face.  PM & Health -Scientific Basis for Regulatory Decision-Making.  Published for Air &Waste Management Association Charleston, North Carolina, January 25, 2000.

Lloyd, A.C. and R. Rose(1997).  Outlook for Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cell Vehicles in NorthAmerica.  Presented at the Intertech Corporation’s Conference on Commercializing Fuel Cell Vehicles 97, Frankfurt, Germany, October 20-22, 1997.

Lloyd, A.C. and T.A.Cackette. (2001). Diesel Engines: Environmental Impact and Control. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association. 51: 809-847.

Lloyd, A.C., B.R. Rose(1996).  Fuel Cell Manufacturing Workshop Proceedings.  Synopsis of Fuel Cell Manufacturing Workshop, Dearborn, Michigan, July 23-24, 1996.

Lloyd, A.C., E. Pike, C.Shulock (2013). Technical Basis and Suggested Policy Framework for Sustained Focus on Vehicle Electrification. (Forthcoming) in the Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association.

Lloyd, A.C., J.M. Lents,C. Green, and P. Nemeth (1989).  Air Quality Management in LosAngeles:  Perspectives on Past and Future Emission ControlStrategies.  JAPCA, 39(5), May, 1989.

Lloyd, A.C., K.R.Darnall, A.M. Winer, and J.N. Pitts, Jr. (1976).  Relative Rate Constantsfor the Reactions of OH Radicals with Isopropyl Alcohol Diethyl, and Di-n-propyl Ether at 305 + 2 K.  Chem. Phys. Lett., 42, 405.

Lloyd, A.C., P. Wuebben,and J. Leonard (1991).  Electric Vehicles and Future Air Quality in the Los Angeles Basin.  In Proceedings from the 84th Annual Meeting of theAir and Waste Management Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, June17-21, 1991.

Lloyd, A.C., W.P. Carter,and J.L. Sprung (1974).  Computer Simulations of Atmospheric Chemistry.  Calif. Air Environ., 4(3), Spring 1974.

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