Global Energy Monitor

The Global Integrated Power Tracker (GIPT) is a multi-sector dataset of power stations and facilities worldwide. The tracker provides unit-level information on thermal power (coal, oil, gas, nuclear, geothermal, bioenergy) and renewables (solar, wind, hydro). The tracker includes data on unit capacity, status, ownership, fuel type, start year, retirement date, geolocation, and more. Each power facility is linked to a profile page, hosted on GEM.wiki, that provides further information.

Global Energy Monitor’s eight power sector trackers provide the source of underlying data: the Global Coal Plant Tracker, Global Oil and Gas Plant Tracker, Global Solar Power Tracker, Global Wind Power Tracker, Global Hydropower Tracker, Global Geothermal Power Tracker, Global Bioenergy Power Tracker, Global Nuclear Power Tracker

The GIPT dataset is continuously updated after each new release of these underlying trackers and maintains the capacity thresholds and methodologies of those projects (see methodology).

The most recent release of this integrated data was June 2024.

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200
countries included
17,934
GW power capacity covered
21,400
plant owners

Summary Tables

Callide power station, Biloela, Queensland, Australia
Map Data: Google, Image ©2021 Airbus, CNES/Airbus, Maxar Technologies