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PNNL is committed to increasing U.S energy capacity and reducing dependence on imported oil. Researchers at PNNL provide secure real-time electric grid monitoring and analysis as DOE’s national electric grid test facility. This map depicts the distance from every location (30 meter resolution) in the United States to the nearest major transmission line (>= 345kV)

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Document Title: Distance to Transmission
Category: Energy Production and Conservation
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: 2011
Background: A variation of this algorithm is being used to calculated intra-zonal distance surfaces, which are used to derive various cost surfaces (e.g. Grid Interconnection Costs, Fuel Transportation Costs, etc.) within a particular geographic region.
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