This section only includes maps that are totally devoted to a broad range of Renewable Energy Installation types. See Electricity Generation, Transmission and Distribution map as nearly all of these maps include the broad range of Renewable Energy Installation types that are grid connected as do our country specific maps We also then have a large range of maps that are dedicated to a particular type of renewable energy installation eg; Wind, AD, Hydro, Solar PV. etc.

  • Africa – Renewable Energy

     50.00 90.00
    1st Edition. This map shows the location, generation capacity and owner of all major renewable energy sites over 1MW in place in Africa. Technologies featured include Wind, Solar (PV & CSP), Hydro, Biomass, Wave and Tidal Stream. The map also shows major transmission lines on the continent. The map has a large inset map on South Africa.
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  • Current edition 2nd edition (May 2008), This was the first printed map to show Renewable Energy Schemes under 1MW in Scotland. Shows projects built or with all consents in place. Shows Small Wind, Small Hydro, Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps, Landfill Gas, Biomass, Solar and other RE types:  Publisher: La Tene Maps.

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  • Australia - Renewable Energy Installations  -3rd edition.

    This map shows the location, generation capacity and owner of all renewable energy sites in place in Australia over 1MW in size.. Technologies featured include Wind, Hydro, Biomass, Landfill Gas, Sewage Gas, Solar PV and geothermal Wave and Tidal Stream. The map also shows major transmission lines and transformer stations.

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  • New Zealand – Renewable Energy

     70.00 100.00

    Current Edition: 1st pdf edition, 2009.

    This the first time a map has been published on this area. This map shows the location, generation capacity and owner of all renewable energy sites in place in New Zealand. Technologies featured include Wind, Hydro Solar and Geothermal. The map also shows major transmission lines and transformer stations.

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    • PDF File Version