The map above shows which US states used the most electrical energy for both light and power in 1921. Essentially the map is showing a combination of which states had the most people combined with commercial and industrial activities.
The map above shows existing European natural gas pipelines in blue and planned pipelines in red. Large urban areas area coloured light blue and population density is shown in green.
The map above shows the locations of wind farms across Europe and comes from the European Commission’s SETIS (Strategic Energy Technology Information System) website.
The map above gives a near real-time view on how much CO2 was emitted to produce the electricity consumed in select European countries. You can drill into data from each country to see where and how your electricity is being generated.
Furthermore the map takes into account electricity imports and exports. You can access all the data and current live map here.
The map above shows the global solar energy potential of the various regions around the world. Unsurprisingly, those areas closer to the equator tend to have greater annual potential than those further north or south.