ENvision Power

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.

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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
  • Safari

*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
  • How-to-videos
  • Statistics
  • Thematic Maps
  • Financial and Commodity Market Info
  • Take advantage of hundreds of pre-generated layers provided by MAPsearch in the following categories:
  • Power Plants
  • Wind
  • Coal
  • Nuclear
  • Gas
  • Solar
  • Transmission Lines
  • Political Boundaries
  • State
  • County
  • US Federal Lands
  • Texas RRC Districts
  • Canadian Provinces
  • Mexican states
  • Transportation
  • Airports
  • Roads
  • Rail
  • Natural Features
  • Lakes
  • Watersheds
  • Company
  • 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

Additional Layers:

  • 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 sales@mapsearch.com

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