Introducing An Easier Way to Use and Visualize Electric Power Data
ENvision is a breakthrough, web-based application that simplifies the use of complex energy datasets with a combination of mapping, data reporting, charting, and graphing tools.
Quickly find energy assets and visualize energy infrastructure. No specialized mapping software or GIS training required; make detailed maps in minutes.
Upload private data into our secure environment and keep it confidential, or publish your maps and reports within your organization.
ENvision is powered by MAPSearch’s comprehensive asset database. Backed by thirty years of geospatial expertise, MAPSearch data is used by more energy companies than any other provider.
Main ENvision Features
- Completely web-based; no third-party software
- Over 1 million miles of pipeline and thousands of facilities
- View assets in tabular format and on the map
Detailed ENvision Features
Web-based functionality-no additional software required.
Works on all major browsers*:
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
*Must have free Microsoft Silverlight plug-in.
- Easy-to-use, intuitive controls allow you to navigate and explore maps with ease.
- Pan and zoom using your mouse or track pad.
- Customizable dashboard widgets greet you every time you login.
- Industry News
- Thematic Maps
- Financial and Commodity Market Info
- Take advantage of hundreds of pre-generated layers provided by MAPsearch in the following categories:
- Power Plants
- Transmission Lines
- Political Boundaries
- US Federal Lands
- Texas RRC Districts
- Canadian Provinces
- Mexican states
- Natural Features
- By Owner
- By Operator
- Separate Oil & Gas and Electric Power Searches.
- Powered by MAPsearch Energy database.
- Data continuously researched and updated.
- Search by Owner, Operator, commodity, and power plant name or fuel type.
- View search results on map or in grid format.
- Spreadsheet-like organization of results in Datagrid.
- Use popular base-maps like Bing and MapQuest.
- Click on map features to show asset attributes.
- Pin points on the map to make them stand-out.
- Customize layer features (size, color, shape) to fit your needs.
- Quickly display preferred feature labels on your map.
- Import Shape files and create maps using your own data.
- Easily share maps with your colleagues or keep them private.
- Cartographic reference and drawing tools allow you to enhance your maps for presentation:
- Create a Print view of your maps.
- Save maps as images.
- Search by address.
- Reverse geocode function provides the nearest street address for any point on the map.
- Latitude and longitude constantly update with the position of your cursor.
- Measurement tools allow you to quickly calculate distance and area.
- Save your layers for quick future retrieval.
- Short training videos to guide you through the product.
- Create bookmarks to quickly pick up where you left off.
Primary Data Attribute Includes:
PLANTS (Power plants & Hydros): Plant information includes plant name, status, nameplate capacity, year installed, number of units, primary fuel, secondary fuel, primary mover, owner/operator, spatial accuracy metacode; dam information includes dam name, reservoir name, ownership, size code, max capacity, normal capacity, surface capacity, HUC, river name, year completed
XMISSION (Transmission Lines): Thousands of miles of transmission lines in North America; includes voltage, voltage range, line type, status, owner/operator, spatial accuracy metacode, transmission lines (down to the 33kV level)
SUBS (Substations): Thousands of substations; includes substation name, type, status, owner/operator name, spatial accuracy metacode
REA (Rural Electric Areas): Polygons representing REA owner, including number of consumers
IOU (Investor Owned Utilities): IOU polygons representing IOU operating companies, includes owner/operator, number of customers
MUNI (Municipalities): Polygons representing municipalities, includes owner/operator, MWH sales, number of customers
NERC (NERC Regions): Region name, industry abbreviation
For pricing and further questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org