About the Tool

The Energy Zones Mapping Tool is a free online mapping tool to identify potential energy resource areas and energy corridors in the United States.

This web site provides information about the project, background on the energy resources, and details on the data layers used in the tool. There are also links to documents and related links.

See our YouTube Channel for an archive of EZMT webinars and training videos.


Getting Started

Click the Launch Tool button above to start the tool, on the image below to view an introductory video, or use the Help menu at the top of the page for more detailed directions.

Play Introduction Video

We are interested in your feedback. Please email your comments to [email protected].


April 26, 2024
A new Plug-in Electric Vehicle Registrations mapping layer has been added, based on...

April 10, 2024
The "Wind Turbine - Existing Location" mapping layer was updated and renamed "Wind...

February 23, 2024

These new mapping layers were added:
• Climate and Economic Justice Screening...

Partners and Sponsors

This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Electricity. The Eastern Interconnection States' Planning Council (EISPC) led the original development, with research support and technical assistance from Argonne National Laboratory, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  More >