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The following are links to energy resources available on the internet that OWOE has found provide interesting and useful information in particular areas of energy. Please be aware that these resources cover the full spectrum from single-minded focus on clean energy to primary focus on fossil fuels. OWOE does not officially support or endorse any of these organizations but believes it is important to provide the full range of information and viewpoints on energy.
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Find Energy processes the immense amount of government data on energy and makes it accessible and understandable so consumers can make informed decisions about their energy options.
Save on Energy provides information on how solar panels work, how you can use them for home and recreation, and how much they cost.
Choose Energy analysts use the latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration to compile its Electricity Generation Report, which details the energy recipe for each state.
Visual Capitalist is an online publisher, focused on topics including markets, technology, energy and the global economy. Data-driven visuals are used to highlight the big picture to help simplify a complex world.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment.
The Global Monitoring Laboratory of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration conducts research and provides data that addresses three major challenges: greenhouse gas and carbon cycle feedbacks, changes in clouds, aerosols, and surface radiation, and recovery of stratospheric ozone.
The Global Solar Atlas provides an interactive tool to access to solar resources and photovoltaic power potential data around the globe.
The Global Wind Atlas can be used to identify high-wind areas for wind power generation glbally, and then perform preliminary energy yield calculations.
The Green Energy Future Index is a ranking of 76 leading countries and territories on their progress and commitment toward building a low carbon future through investment in renewables, innovation, and green finance.
This site presents historic perspectives on coal, oil and gas - global and national production, consumption, reserves, prices and their consequences.
Resource Watch features hundreds of data sets all in one place on the state of the planet's resources and citizens.
Interactive map using WRI data showing how carbon dioxide emissions across the world have changed from 1850 - 2011.
The climate action tracker by FastCompany shows the progress, or lack thereof, in 10 areas that are critical to the planet achieving net zero emissions by 2050, and cutting emissions in half by 2030.
This interactive map shows the impact to coastal cities due to sea level rises locked in by different amounts of carbon pollution.
Learn how 100 major U.S. cities have performed in their efforts to make buildings and transportation more energy efficient and scale up the use of renewable energy.
The U.S. Energy Trade Dashboard provides annual trade data on U.S. exports and imports of primary energy, energy equipment, and materials for battery supply chains.
Worldometer provides statistics related to energy and other topics in a thought-provoking and time relevant format to a wide audience around the world.
WRI is a global research organization whose work focuses on seven critical issues at the intersection of environment and development: climate, energy, food, forests, water, cities and the ocean.