Online Data Explorers

Energy Innovation’s online data explorers graphically display a broad range of economic, emissions, and health benefits from decarbonization policies – going beyond static research reports to drill down into specific regional results, making our work more relevant to policy design and implementation.

Our published reports typically only feature a small fraction of available data, but these interactive visualizations enable readers to explore and use much more data, building confidence in the results and supporting smart policymaking. Cutting-edge modeling and research, including our Energy Policy Simulator, underpin each data visualization.


United States EPS Update 3.3

United States EPS Update 3.3

The United States Energy Policy Simulator 3.3 update builds on the previously released version 3.2.1 by adding demographic breakdowns of premature mortality, improving the user interface, and adding policies to address domestic manufacturing and nitrous oxide emissions, among other improvements.

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Coal Cost Crossover 2.0 Interactive

Coal Cost Crossover 2.0 Interactive

This visual interactive feature allows users to explore the major findings of the Coal Cost Crossover 2.0 report. Users can scroll to view interactive maps showing the specific locations of uneconomic coal plants and regions where new solar or new wind resources would be cheaper than existing coal.

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Southeast U.S. Wholesale Electricity Market/RTO Online Data Explorer

Southeast U.S. Wholesale Electricity Market/RTO Online Data Explorer

This online data explorer allows anyone to view the economic, jobs, generation, and emissions benefits from creating a Southeast RTO in a dynamic format along with specific results for each of the seven states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee) included in the regional model.

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90 Percent Clean Electricity By 2035 Online Data Explorer

90 Percent Clean Electricity By 2035 Online Data Explorer

This online data explorer supports the 90 percent by 2035 research by allowing anyone to see how the U.S. grid’s generation mix, cumulative clean energy additions, and greenhouse gas emissions reductions change over time in each of the country’s regional grid areas.

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