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Energy Infrastructure Maps

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Below are several example map services that illustrate the geographic distribution of energy resources, energy supply & demand, and infrastructure in the United States.

About U.S. Natural Gas Pipelines

Application for viewing natural gas pipelines, vulnerabilities, and disruptions. Contributors: U.S. Energy Information Administration

map of united states with blue markers representing natural gas pipelines

Energy Expenditure per Person per State

Map application of estimated costs for energy and transportation in the United States. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Energy Information Administration

a dollar value and line plots estimating energy and transportation costs

Energy Production by State

Energy production by state in 2012. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Energy Information Administration State Energy Data Systems

map of the united states featuring energy production in trillion btu for 2012

Existing Hydropower Assets

HydroSource is an integrated energy, water, and ecosystem research effort for efficient, sustainable, and environmentally friendly hydroelectricity generation. This Interactive National Hydropower Map provides information on operational hydropower plants in the U.S. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

map of the united states depicting operational hydropower plants

Natural Gas Exploration, Resources, Reserves and Production

Map portal of historical oil and natural gas drilling sites as well as major shale plays in the contiguous U.S. Contributors: U.S. Energy Information Administration

map of the united states depicting historical oil and natural gas drilling sites

Non-powered Dam Resource Assessment (HydroSource)

Map of non-powered dams in the U.S. with potential capacity greater than one megawatt, provided by HydroSource. The map includes the potential capacity of each dam along with streamflow and runoff information. Contributors: Oak Ridge National Laboratory

map of the united states with highlights around the mississippi river

Nuclear Materials Facilities

Map of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulated fuel cycle and uranium recovery facilities in Illinois, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming. Contributors: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

map of the united states with multicolored markers showing regulated fuel cycle and uranium recovery facilities

Operating Nuclear Power Reactors

Map of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulated nuclear reactors operating in the U.S. Contributors: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

map of the united states showing regulated nuclear reactors in operation

POWER Data Access Viewer

Prediction of Worldwide Energy Resource (POWER) Solar and meteorological data sets from NASA research for support of renewable energy, building energy efficiency and agricultural needs. Contributors: NASA

map of united states with graphs

Regional Climate Vulnerabilities and Resilience Solutions

Regional Climate Vulnerabilities and Resilience Solutions Interactive map that illustrates how climate change has the potential to disrupt U.S. energy systems. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy

map of the united states with interactive multicolored regions

Residential Energy Demand Temperature Index (REDTI)

The Residential Energy Demand Temperature Index (REDTI) is based on a weighted population of heating and cooling degree days in response to energy demand in residential areas. Contributors: NOAA NCEI, U.S. Department of Commerce

bar plot depicting redti for the contiguous us from 1895-2023

Solar Energy in United States

The Solar Resource Maps and Data provide annual and monthly average solar information, such as normal irradiance and global horizontal irradiance. Contributors: National Renewable Energy Laboratory

map of the united states featuring global horizontal solar irradiance

Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) Solar Projects Map

Web mapping service for viewing SETO solar technologies projects dating back to 2007. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

map of the central united states with multicolored markers representing seto projects

Total Renewable Energy Potential on Federal Lands by County

Map of Total Renewable Energy Potential on Federal Lands by County. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

county map of the united states with the western counties highlighted

Wind Energy Technologies Office Projects Map

Web mapping service that allows users to navigate through the Office’s Research and Development portfolio for information on wind energy technologies. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy

partial map of the united states with orange markers indicating the number of weto projects per state

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