The International Transport Energy Modeling (iTEM) Open Data & Harmonized Transport Database
Other - Software code, 2020

This dataset and documentation contains detailed information of the iTEM Open Database, a harmonized transport data set of historical values, 1970 - 2018. It aims to create transparency through two key features:

Open-Data: Assembling a comprehensive collection of publicly-available transportation data
Open-Code: All code and documentation will be publicly accessible and open for modification and extension.
The iTEM Open Database is comprised of individual datasets collected from public sources. Each dataset is downloaded, cleaned, and harmonised to the common region and technology definitions defined by the iTEM consortium For each dataset, we describe the name of the dataset, the web link to the original source, the web link to the cleaning script (in python), variables, and explain the data cleaning steps (which explains the data cleaning script in plain English).


Humberto Linero

Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

Sonia Yeh

Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

Paul Kishimoto

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

Pierpaolo Cazzola

International Transport Forum

Lewis Fulton

University of California at Davis

David McCollum

Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Joshua Miller

International Council on Clean Transportation

Page Kyle

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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