As part of the Mid-Atlantic Electrification Partnership (MAEP) project, Argonne National Laboratory has created a quick and simple mapping portal with layers pulled from the larger Energy Zones Mapping Tool (EZMT). The Mid-Atlantic Electrification Partnership Mapping Tool is free and user-friendly for all visitors. Unlike the EZMT, the MAEP Mapping Tool only uses layers relevant to electrification efforts in Maryland, West Virginia, D.C., and Virginia. Layers recently included are FHWA-designated alternative fuel corridors and DOE/DOT Interim guidance DACs. Access the tool below for a full list of layers included.
MAEP Project receives quick, on-the-spot mapping portal from Argonne National Laboratory
July 26, 2022