This visual interactive feature allows users to explore the major findings of the Coal Cost Crossover 3.0 report. Users can scroll to view a visual case study, interactive maps showing the specific locations of uneconomic coal plants and cheaper new solar or new wind resources, potential cost savings, and investment opportunities.
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A Reliable 85 Percent Clean Grid For California Data Explorer
This visual interactive feature allows users to explore the major findings of the technical analysis. Users can interact with graphs showing the build rates for clean energy resources under the three 85 percent clean electricity portfolios, an example of how much of each resource is relied on every month of the year, and how the California grid can meet reliability in the most challenging hour of key tested stress conditions.
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.
Accelerating Electrified Transportation By 2035 Online Data Explorer
This dynamic online data explorer supports the 2035 2.0 research by allowing anyone to explore how all-electric vehicle sales by 2035 impact vehicle cost, sales, and stock over time, as well as associated job creation and reductions in carbon emissions, and impacts on the power sector.
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.
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.