The Energy and Industry Geography Lab is a tool for geographical data related to energy, industry and infrastructure. The tool makes it possible to find and filter energy-related data, and create and share maps displaying this data. It shows where to find clean energy, if the necessary infrastructure is in place, or whether there is land available for the installation of renewable energies. It also hosts socio-economic information, and offers forward-looking capabilities, as it includes geospatial data from scenario work by the Commission and third parties.
The Energy and Industry Geography Lab enables analyses and assessments that support Europe’s transition to climate neutrality.
The data in the Energy and Industry Geography Lab are free for public use. The use of these data is authorised, if the source is acknowledged: ©JRC/EIGL 2022.
Information about the data sources used for the Energy and Industry Geography Lab can be found in the data documentation.
The metadata file includes all metadata information related to the datasets used according to the INSPIRE technical guidance for metadata based on ISO/TS 19139:2007.