Here’s an interactive map of the European electrical grid from ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity.
This map is a comprehensive illustration of the transmission system network operated by members of the European Network of Transmission System Operators.
In general the map shows all transmission lines designed for 220kV voltage and higher and generation stations with net generation capacity of more than 100MW.
Maps of the grid are also available as
downloadable PDFs. [ Maps on the Web]
“Pipelines.” The Washington Post, 1 December 2016.
The of U.S. flights, shipping lanes, electrical transmission lines, railroads and pipelines that highlight “the massive scope of America’s infrastructure” that will presumably be the focus of future Trump administration spending. [ Washington Post has six maps Benjamin Hennig]
Cyber Squirrel 1, a map that tracks electrical outages caused by squirrels, birds, raccoons and other critters, is only semi-satirical. Its point is that animals disrupt the power grid more than hackers ever have. (The number caused by the latter may be one. Or two.) As , “If there is a cyber war happening, it’s one fought between humanity and nature, not nations against each other.” Popular Science puts it Gizmodo, . Washington Post