From DOE, this is an interactive Web platform that enables electric utilities across the country to show both residential and commercial customers, in a simple way, the data they can access on their electricity use. The tool highlights local access to electricity data and allows consumers to compare their electricity data access to others in their state and across the country. The data access maps display different features of consumer electricity data including the time period and timeliness of data--informing consumers, for example, whether their utility supplies same-day electricity use information--and the extent to which the data can be shared.
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