Mobility Model Partnership (MoMo)
The Mobility Model (also known as MoMo) is a global transport spreadsheet model that has been developed since 2003. It contains detailed by-mode, by-fuel and by-region historical data and projections to 2050 for the transport sector as well as the sector's energy and greenhouse gas implications. The model is used within the IEA to provide quantitative analysis and to contribute to publications such as Energy Technology Perspectives. It also provides data input to the World Energy Outlook.
It is shared with selected partners that have interest in energy- and mobility-related issues. The Mobility Model is divided into 29 regions, and it covers all transport modes and each of the existing and future fuel pathways that power worldwide mobility. It is capable of assessing the impact of new technologies on energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, and vehicle/fuel cost, and also of analysing similar impacts due to modal shifting cross transport modes.
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Our work on Transport
- Modern bioenergy leads the growth of all renewables to 2023, according to latest IEA market forecast
8 October 2018
- UK and seven major companies join campaign for vehicle electrification
11 September 2018
- Strong policy and falling battery costs drive another record year for electric cars
30 May 2018
Events & workshops
WorkshopCEM - EVI Pilot City Forum 2018Helsinki
WorkshopIEA Experts’ Dialogue on Material Trends in TransportCentre de Conférence du Ministère des Affaires Etrangères (CCM), Paris