Mobile Web App Map of Power Plants

Mobile app to find coal, gas, nuclear power plant health and safety issues.  Map of power plants,  pollution, environment & community issues.  Progressive web app maps like ours are the wave of the future and don't require downloads like native phone apps. 

Add Free Map to Home Screen for Easy Access

How to Add Button to Home Screen

All of our maps are free mobile-friendly pages that can be easily bookmarked on your phone using a Safari browser on the iPhone and Chrome browser on an Android phone. These maps will never require a download and the home screen icon does nothing in the background unless you are using the app. It's like a shortcut to a browser but on your phone and the icon is easy to find and quick to use with no sign-in required. These maps are all advertising-supported.  Progressive web apps like ours are the wave of the future as they don't require downloads like native mobile apps. 

When you open the map it will automatically find your location and display data relevant to your area. Each map has its own unique icon depending on which data you are interested in. The default map is all cameras but you can choose speed cameras, red-light cameras, traffic cameras below.

Syndicated Maps has a network of 25 public safety & location-based progressive web app maps which you can easily find and add to your phone at the link above or by clicking on the phone apps screenshot above.

Map of U.S. Nuclear Power Plants Active, Decommissioned, Future

Active, Decommissioned, Future Nuclear Power Plants

Nuclear power plants generate 19% of the electricity in the U.S., according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. (Sixty-one percent comes from fossil fuels and 20% comes from renewables.).

There are 93 commercial nuclear reactors operating in the United States at 55 locations in 28 states. The majority of nuclear reactors are in the eastern portion of the U.S.

25 reactors are in some phase of decommissioning. This map lists only reactors that are officially being decommissioned according to the NRC. Some plants that local utilities have slated for decommissioning, including Diablo Canyon in California, are listed as active because the NRC has not yet officially designated them as undergoing the decommissioning process.

Russian military threat to Ukraine's nuclear reactors and facilities

This interactive map is aimed to provide public information on the nuclear plants in the Ukraine, their vulnerabilities and threats from Russian military forces. For detailed background briefing on each nuclear plant click on plant icon.

Ukraine Nuclear Power plant near Russia Map