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OWOE eTools - Find fun and informative interactive tools to solve energy problems and learn about energy, including special OWOE designed tools and links to other tools available on the internet.
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Design your own! - Design a floating offshore oil and gas or wind platform with the unique and innovative OWOE platform sizing tool.
New!The U.S. Large-Scale Solar Photovoltaic Database (USPVDB) is the largest and most comprehensive database to date on solar energy projects in the United States and includes the location, size, and other characteristics of large-scale solar projects.
This online calculation tool shows how the average person can reduce their carbon footprint by making changes in their home and lifestyle.
This online tool provides annual insolation charts for specified locations in the US.
This online carbon footprint calculation tool enables you to calculate your personal or business carbon footprint following the methodology outlined by the UK Government.
Calculate how much money you can save paying for electricity to drive an EV compared to gas with an ICE.
Estimate the total greenhouse gas emissions associated with driving an electric vehicle.
Calculate your carbon footprint, considering housing, travel and consumption.
An electric car guide from PG&E to estimate and compare costs, savings, EV incentives, and more.
Interactively track early stage U.S. and European based Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) projects.
To find out the climate impact of what you eat and drink, choose from one of the 34 items in the calculator and pick how often you have it.
Find maps and charts showing wind energy data and trends.
Examine electricity generation and demand data for the EU and UK and model how systems could operate in the future.
Navigate the complex energy marketplace to identify the best electricity plan for a specific location.
See a breakdown of the costs of solar panels and learn how to reduce installation costs by taking advantage of tax credits.
Interactive tool that shows how city climates will change by the year 2050.
Interactive map of the US that shows each power plant by size and type of generation.
View the locations of wind turbines in the United States, corresponding wind project information, and turbine technical specifications.
A series visualizations that show such things as capacity, LCoE and PPA prices for utility scale solar and wind installations across the US.
eGallon: Compare the costs of driving with electricity in your state
See in graphical form what sources the US and each state used for generating electricity from 2001 through 2019.
Determine the amount of energy produced by a solar panel or a wind turbine anywhere in the world.
This website ranks the 50 states and the District of Columbia, from best to worst, based on their solar-friendliness.
A series of visualizations that show how some of Earth's key climate indicators are changing over time
From gallons to British thermal units (Btu), kilowatthours to megajoules - this handy calculator converts from one energy unit to another.
Learn the top wind energy facts about each state by clicking or hovering on the state's map.
UT Austin has two tools to help better understand electricity cost in the US: LCOE interactive map and LCOE calculator
Visit Google's Project Sunroof web site to get a quick and easy estimate of your house's potential for solar roof panels.
Visit the Solar and Wind Energy Resource Assessment (SWERA) site to explore solar and wind energy resource data.
USLandGrid provides instant access to high resolution vector data along with start-to-finish web mapping services and solutions.