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Transportation Annual Technology Baseline (ATB) Data 

Each year, the NREL ATB data are presented in a spreadsheet that contains detailed cost and performance data (both current and projected) for renewable and conventional technologies. The spreadsheet includes a workbook for each technology. 

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2022 Transportation ATB Data

Download the 2022 Transportation ATB Data

For convenience, the transportation data used on this website is provided as an Excel workbook which contains tabs for fuel-only data, vehicle-only data, fuels merged with vehicles data (including LCOD and other calculated values) as well as a tab for marine fuel data:

2022_atb_vehfuels_download_v1.xlsx

We also provide Tableau workbooks that are used for all of the visualizations on the site:

2022_atb_tableau_download_v1.zip

A major source of the 2022 Transportation ATB vehicles and emissions data is Argonne National Laboratory, which develops and applies the Autonomie simulation tool and GREET model (Wang et al., 2022). Links to data from the Argonne National Laboratory report (Islam et al., 2022) on modeled vehicle price and fuel economy are available here.

Tableau Workbook

View a Tableau workbook to further explore the data, including levelized cost of driving and emissions estimates with additional fuel pathways.

 

2022 Transportation ATB Webinar

The 2022 Transportation Annual Technology Baseline Update Webinar was held on Dec. 14, 2023. During the webinar, the ATB team reviewed the 2022 updates and answered questions from attendees. To learn more, please view the webinar recording and presentation slides

References

The following references are specific to this page; for all references in this ATB, see References.

Wang, Michael, Amgad Elgowainy, Uisung Lee, Kwang Hoon Baek, Adarsh Bafana, Pahola Thathiana Benavides, Andrew Burnham, et al. “Summary of Expansions and Updates in GREET® 2022.” Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States), October 1, 2022. https://doi.org/10.2172/1891644.

Islam, Ehsan Sabri, Ram Vijayagopal, Benjamin Dupont, Namdoo Kim, Ayman Moawad, Daniela Nieto Prada, and Aymeric Rousseau. “A Comprehensive Simulation Study to Evaluate Future Vehicle Energy and Cost Reduction Potential.” Report to the US Department of Energy. Argonne National Laboratory, June 2022. https://vms.taps.anl.gov/research-highlights/u-s-doe-vto-hfto-r-d-benefits/.

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