The North American Electric Transmission System map provides a view of the electric transmission system across North America. It shows existing and proposed transmission lines, power plants, substations and Megawatt Daily pricing hubs overlaid on a base map with major cities and states. Transmission lines are colored by voltage (greater or equal to 161 kV are shown) and labeled with owner name, and both existing and planned transmission are represented. Existing and planned power plants with 100MW or greater in generation capacity labeled with plant name, as are major substations. The map includes detailed inset maps of urban areas, Alaska and Northwest Canada, NERC regions and RTO/ISO regions. The maps also includes a table showing total operating and planned Megawatt capacity by plant operators, as well as the following charts and graphs: Top Plant Operators by Operating Capacity, Top Power Plants by Operating Capacity, and U.S. Electricity Consumption.