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The Transportation Energy Data Book (TEDB): Edition 40 is now available. Since 1982, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) annual TEDB has tracked trends in U.S. transportation, serving as the definitive guide for industry, policymakers, researchers, and consumers.
Celebrate the 40th TEDB on May 24th at 2:30 PM ET during a LinkedIn Live event, “Transportation Energy Data Book: Looking into the Electric Vehicle Future.” Dave Howell, Director of DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO); Jacob Ward, VTO’s Operations Manager; and Stacy Davis from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), lead author of the TEDB since the 10th edition, will discuss the history of the book, its key findings, and our electric mobility future.
Prepared and published by ORNL with funding from VTO, the widely acclaimed book has been cited more than 1,000 times in scholarly reports and its impact is global. Data on the nation’s petroleum consumption and energy use across all modes of transportation—from cars and trucks and motorcycles to cargo ships, rideshares and even motorized scooters—is presented through easy-to-use tables and graphs. The book also serves as the reference for the Transportation Fact of the Week, distributed weekly by ORNL through DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office website.
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