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Energy & Resources: Data: CA & U.S.

A guide to research resources in Energy


These are selected resources on California and the United States energy policies and statistics. Example



American Wind Energy Association - Includes projections.

Center for Disease Control (CD): climate change monitor.

CQ Press: Congress Collection - see Policy Analysis by Topic

DOE DATA Explorer: Search subjects, limit to projects at the state and local level.

Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI). (US Department of Energy). Energy Citations Database (ECD). [1948 - present]

PolicyFile: Public policy, economics, politics, environment, social issues. U.S., foreign and domestic papers and gray literature, reports, think tanks, institutes, and agencies. Coverage: updated weekly.

TRID: Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) Database, transportation research information.

US Department of Energy, Office of Science.- Search by agency, industry statistics, standards, and policies

USGS Water Resources Reports

Selected list...

ARM: Atmospheric Radiation Program
- Includes data sets on business, energy, agriculture and more. : Department of Energy (DOE)

Energy Information Administration (EIA) U.S. - Energy Review, DATA Visualizations, Global Maps, policymaking, markets, and public understanding. example. Open Data (EIA) (BETA) APIs available for download. example.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - see Clean Power Plan, 8.3.2015.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

OpenEI. Open energy information, gov. wiki, includes data-sets.

S&P Global Market Intelligence (New)
Covers electric power, natural gas, coal, and renewable industries.
[Currently enrolled UCB students, faculty, and staff only. Users create an individual login and password for access, using their UCB email address.]

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) - Clean Energy Research Areas

NTRL (National Technical Reports Library) - Technical reports from selected government agencies.

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