Electricity Transmission Network
A page with links to maps, articles and other resources about the world's electricity transmission networks.
- Wikpedia - Electrical grid
- ITO World Electricity distribution
- Global Energy Network Institute (GENI.org) National Energy Grid Map Index:
- OpenGridMap (github repo)
- GridKit - software using heuristic techniques to extract a (mostly accurate) high-voltage grid from OpenStreetMap data.
 North America
- US - http://www.energy-graph.com/interactive-map.html
- http://www.isorto.org/Grid/default - links to North American system operators, includes link to live data
 South America
- The RE-Europe data set - "This dataset models the continental European electricity system, including demand and renewable energy inflows for the period 2012-2014. The transmission system comprises 1494 buses and 2156 lines, with parameters given for 969 generators." - this is the best place to start if you're trying to do load flow models of the European electricity grid.
- Updated and Validated Power Flow Model of the Main Continental European Transmission Network
- Belgium - http://www.elia.be/~/media/files/Elia/publications-2/maps/map-of-the-high-voltage-grid-2012.pdf
- France - http://www.rte-france.com/uploads/media/pdf_zip/nos-activit-s/reseau_400-2011.pdf
- Germany - SciGRID first version released in 15 June 2015 grid topologies extracted from OpenStreetMap, along with the accompanying processing code.
- Netherlands - http://hoogspanningsnet.com/
- Ukraine - http://uk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Електроенергетика_України
- China - http://worldmap.harvard.edu/data/geonode:chinapowerlines_jb5