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Enipedia is an active exploration into the applications of wikis and the semantic web for energy and industry issues. Through this we seek to create a collaborative environment for discussion, while also providing the tools that allow for data from different sources to be connected, queried, and visualized from different perspectives.

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Exploring Global
Electricity Production
Electricity Storage Worldwide Flows
of Natural Gas
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Learn about global electricity production, based on data linked together from sources such as Carma.org and eGRID. Browse the fuel sources and power outputs for 50,000 power plants using a KML file for Google EarthEarth client-16.png.
A technology database with technologies, (demonstration) projects and products, applications, electric vehicles, potential and technology diffusion analysis with data, information and insight on Electricity storage.
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Natural gas world trade network - dynamically generated from country level data.
Natural Gas Overview Natural Gas
Industrial Production Chains
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Overview of natural gas production, consumption, reserves, infrastructure and trade networks worldwide.
Compilation of natural gas infrastructure world wide: major pipelines, LNG terminals, cross-border points - all located on map.
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Semantic wiki technology is used to document the different chains that convert raw resources into products. This can set the basis for a collaborative approach in documenting processes for a Life Cycle Assessment.
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