This panel may show a sampled measurement (e.g., power) and/or a cumulative measurement (e.g., energy generated).
When the sampled measurement is available, a gauge and trend chart will appear.
When the cumulative measurement is available, its value will be shown over the date range indicated.
Power output (AC)
Cumulative net energy generated (energy generated minus energy consumed)
Shows on-site weather. Click on a weather icon to see more details.
Represents the temperature you actually feel by factoring in the heat index and wind chill.
Measures outdoor ambient air temperature.
Measures wind speed and direction.
The rain gauge's bucket measures rainfall amount over the past 24 hours.
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Estimated using annualized CO2 emitted by U.S. non-baseload electric power plants, avoided at a rate of 7.75x10-4 tons per kWh. Source: EPA, eGRID electricity reductions emission factor
Number of vehicles is based on estimated CO2 emissions from U.S. light-duty vehicles (cars, pickups, SUVs) driven 11,300 miles per year and averaging 21.5 miles per gallon. The resulting conversion is approximately 149 vehicles per year for 1 GWh (1,000,000 kWh). Source: EPA, FHWA passenger vehicles per year
The number of pro-football games powered assumes a professional football stadium uses 50 MWh to host a game (10-MW electricity demand over a 5-hour period).
Acres of forest are calculated using net CO2 absorption estimates from trees in "average" U.S. forests (tree growth minus harvesting and decomposition). Source: EPA, IPCC
Number of homes is based on annual electricity consumption of an average home in the U.S., including electric transmission and distribution grid losses. Source: EPA, EIA
|Annual CO2 emissions from passenger vehicles|
|Electricity to power stadiums for pro football games|
|Annual CO2 emissions absorbed by acres of forest|
|Annual electricity use from homes|
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Tap or click a tile to view more information and data.
Gauges show sampled measurements associated with each tile.