EV Energy Map
Spatial data can yield fresh insights into energy industry dynamics and trends — insights that aren’t always available with raw data alone. EV Energy Map combines proprietary map layers with data from other Velocity Suite modules, as well as your own imported proprietary data, and presents it geospatially, adding a new dimension to your analysis of the industry and its key players. It helps you understand historic trends in pricing, generation, and emissions and delivers a new perspective into competitor projects and decisions.
Use it to find the optimal location for new projects based on proximity to existing and proposed energy infrastructure, including power plants, transmission lines, substations, gas pipelines, and other essential energy layers. EV Energy Map also includes an array of geospatial tools that enhance your analytical capabilities.
Sample EV Energy Map Data Analysis
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How You Can Use EV Energy Map
- Locate existing and proposed infrastructure and understand how they relate from a geospatial perspective.
- Research projects in a given region, monitor their progress, and track key details such as ownership, fuel type, and capacity.
- Create cartographic quality maps for presentations.
- Track the historical evolution of market prices in an area.
- Perform in-depth analyses on nearby competitor plants to understand where they source fuels, their financial performance, and any reported issues they encounter (such as transmission congestion).
- Calculate the impact of location on delivered fuel costs.
- Keep tabs on M&A activity by visualizing the asset configuration of key players and the way their market strategies can overlap.
Time Series Animator – Create an animated progression of historic and forecasted data at an hourly, daily, monthly, quarterly, or annual timeframe.
Grid Thematics – Generate heat or contour maps showing prices, generation, temperature, and other data points.
Legend Designer – Build multiple customized cartographic legends, overview maps, and insets.
Refreshable Maps – Create maps that automatically update from linked saved queries or spreadsheets.
Site Analyst Reports – Research key geographical details of features near a power plant or any other site.
Embedded Bing™ Imagery – Choose aerial, road, or hybrid imagery modes.
QuickMaps – Download commonly requested maps such as NERC regions, ISO zones, storm paths, and coal consumption.
Primary Data Layers
- Electric infrastructure (transmission lines, power plants, substations, units, LMP points, flowgates, branches, wind farms, wind farm boundaries, service territories, holding companies, balancing authority areas, planning areas, ISO zones, load regions, transmission zones, transmission areas, RTO regions, Independent System Operators, and NERC regions and subregions)
- Natural gas infrastructure (gas pipelines, storage facilities, LNG facilities, receipt delivery points, oil and gas platforms, natural gas processing plants, gas utility service territories, holding companies, natural gas basins, shale gas plays, tight gas plays, and oil and gas fields)
- Coal infrastructure (coal mines, coal docks and ports, mineral mines, coal basins, railroads, standard point location codes [SPLC], and navigable waterways)
- Reference data, climate data, hydrologic features, demographic data, geopolitical regions, and market indicators