New Mexico Transportation Data for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles

Find transportation data and information about alternative fuels and advanced vehicles in New Mexico, including laws and incentives, fueling stations, fuel prices, and more.

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Transportation Fuel Consumption

Source: State Energy Data System based on beta data converted to gasoline gallon equivalents of petroleum (GGEs) for the transportation sector (which includes more than highway vehicles) from the U.S. Energy Information Administration

Vehicles Registered in 2022

Electric (EV) 7,100
Plug-In Hybrid Electric (PHEV) 3,900
Hybrid Electric (HEV) 37,600
Biodiesel 28,600
Ethanol/Flex (E85) 155,900
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 100
Propane 100
Hydrogen 0
Methanol 0
Gasoline 1,584,500
Diesel 88,000
Unknown Fuel 23,600

Source: Light-duty vehicle registration counts from TransAtlas with data from Experian Information Solutions


Regional Fuel Prices

Average fuel prices as of July 2023

Fuel Gulf Coast Region National Average
per unit sold per GGE per unit sold per GGE
Biodiesel (B20) $3.55/gallon $3.23/GGE $3.77/gallon $3.43/GGE
Biodiesel (B99–B100) $5.00/gallon $4.95/GGE $4.53/gallon $4.48/GGE
Ethanol (E85) $2.79/gallon $3.93/GGE $2.95/gallon $4.16/GGE
Natural Gas (CNG) $2.58/GGE $2.58/GGE $2.86/GGE $2.86/GGE
Propane $3.13/gallon $4.32/GGE $3.25/gallon $4.49/GGE
Gasoline $3.07/gallon $3.07/GGE $3.59/gallon $3.59/GGE
Diesel $3.36/gallon $3.02/GGE $3.88/gallon $3.49/GGE

Source: Average prices per gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE) for the Gulf Coast PADD from the Alternative Fuel Price Report

Electricity Sources and Vehicle Emissions

Source: Electricity Sources and Emissions Tool based on assumptions with 2021 data from EIA