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The North American Electric Power System wall map is the industry standard for understanding the generation, transmission and utility landscape in the US and Canada and is the cornerstone of Platts electric power suite of maps. With numerous cartographic awards to its credit, this classic view of the electric power system has been helping businesses understand power for over 15 years.
Annually updated to reflect the latest generation and transmission projects and utility M&A, the map shows hundreds of planned power generation projects, planned transmission and changes in utility service in addition to comprehensive coverage of the existing infrastructure. This edition is loaded with informative graphs, charts and maps designed to expand your knowledge of the electric power industry.
- Existing and planned power plants with 100MW or greater in generation capacity. Plants are sized by nameplate capacity, colored with primary fuel and labeled with plant name
- Transmission lines colored by voltage (greater or equal to 161 kV are shown) and labeled with owner name. Both existing and planned transmission are represented.
- Investor owned utility (IOU) service territories in the US and major Canadian utilities labeled with company name
- Major substations labeled with name
- Megawatt-Daily pricing hubs labeled with hub name
- Detailed inset maps of urban areas
- Detailed inset map of Alaska and Northwest Canada
- Inset maps showing NERC regions and RTO/ISO regions
- Revealing graphs & charts Top Plant Operators by Operating Capacity, Top Power Plants by Operating Capacity, U.S. Electricity Consumption
- Major cities and state capitals
- Major rivers and water bodies
- Table showing total operating & planned MW capacity by plant operators