The California Power Map is a mapping tool that provides, compares and visualizes data on California’s fossil fuel and bioenergy power plants. These data include the location of the plants, the demographics of nearby populations, and historical data about operations and greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions (2010-present) for all California fossil fuel and bioenergy plants 10 megawatts and larger.
A free tool developed for researchers, citizens, community groups, non-profits and decision-makers, the California Power Map provides customized views – e.g. zip codes, counties, utility service areas, or filters to identify measures such as highest emissions and highest CalEnviroScreen scores – that can be shared as links or embedded on your site.
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