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In Beta Testing

  • Status of U.S. Nuclear Outages ›

    Beta testing started June 6, 2014
    Maps U.S. nuclear power plants, showing plant outages in percent and megawatts of lost capacity, and charts national nuclear generationcapacity outages against their five year historical range. A year of national outage maps will be maintained and a 15 year of history of individual plant generation is availabe via links to EIA's Electricity Data Broswer

  • Interactive Coal Data Browser ›

    Beta testing started Feb 25, 2014
    Uses advanced interactive programming techniques to combine the data from the Coal Quarterly, coal shipments from the EIA-923 survey, Mine Safety and Health Administration, and Census imports and exprts data into a single web tool. The user can select prepared reports or generate their own. Time series are always provided with interactive charting and animated national, state, basin and suppler network maps. Drill down views are provided for aggregate number where available.

  • Application Programming Interface ›

    Beta testing started September 28, 2012
    The U.S. Energy Information Administration is committed to making its data available through an Application Programming Interface (API) to better serve our customers. An API allows computers to more easily access our public data. By making EIA data available in this machine-readable format, the creativity in the private, the non-profit, and the public sectors can be harnessed to find new ways to innovate and create value-added services powered by public data.

  • Total Energy Interactive Table Browser ›

    Beta testing started November 4, 2013
    The interactive table browser lets users view the data and create interactive graphs of the Monthly Energy Reveiw’s monthly and annual data series. The interactive charts can be zoomed and downloaded as PNG or PDF files. Each tables data can be download as a single Excel file with separate worksheets for monthly and annual date.

Out of Beta & In Production

  • Javascript Maps ›

    Beta tested May 29 - June 10, 2014.

    The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s suite of interactive mapping products has been modified to be mobile friendly. The maps provide information on energy resources and infrastructure, administrative boundaries, and weather disruptions for the U.S.

  • State Profiles ›

    Beta tested October 9, 2012 - March 8, 2013
    This enhancement to EIA's State Energy Profiles adds dynamic rankings, a comparison tool, and a find tool filter and discover EIA's state data and analysis. The state data pages provide enhanced linking into EIA's state data. However, the interactive maps will probably prove to be the most popular feature. The maps allow users to selectively view and combine 38 layers, encompassing energy resources, the energy infrastructure, and significant administrative boundaries. User can zoom out of view the entire nation or zoom in to just their county.

  • Interactive Electricity Data Browser ›

    Beta tested March 30, 2012 - Feb 1, 2013
    Uses advanced interactive programming techniques to combine the data from the Electric Power Monthly, the Electric Power Annual, and electricity generation plant level data into a single page. The user can select canned reports or generate their own. Time series are always provided with interactive charting and animated maps. Drill down views are provided for aggregate number where available.

  • Electric Power Monthly ›

    Beta tested February 1-21, 2012. Launched to main site February 28, 2012
    We've expanded the EPM to include standard web pages, in addition to the downloadable Excel files. The HTML pages support interactive charting. Please see "1.1 Energy Source: Total - All Sectors" for a good example.

  • Petroleum Data Pages ›

    Our Petroleum data series pages now offer custom, interactive charting. The series history pages also provide interactive charts with advanced charting tools.
    Beta tested February 2012. Launched to main site March 23, 2012

  • Natural Gas Data Pages ›

    The Natural Gas data pages also permits allows users to select and graph from the available data series. Interactive graphing with advanced charting options are also available on the series history pages.
    Beta tested February 2012. Launched to main site March 23, 2012

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