What's on the maps?

We show the location of the projects from our extensive database in the form of place markers on a world map. We used the resources of Google Maps to give access to user-friendly facilities for navigating, zooming in and out, and switching between satellite, map and hybrid views.

For more on the criteria for selecting the projects to display on the maps, see here.

Our maps

... are available in two formats:

Project locations

Our main maps are available here, or by pressing this large button:

Click on any place-marker and it will display the name and what details of the project are held on the Wiki-Solar Database as described on the right.

Plant site plans

Additionally, for all projects for which we have a site plan, these can be shown on an alternative view, which displays the outline of the site.

If you start from the world map available here or by clicking the button on the right, you will need to zoom in to an area of interest - such as eastern Germany or western India - and you will see these sites start to appear.

Regional maps

Specific maps for individual countries, continents and regions are available from here.

Company maps

Similarly maps showing all the projects for major participants in the sector are available from here.

What's on the placemarkers?

When you click on a placemarker (or site footprint) it opens up to show the name of the plant, and lists other details available on the Wiki-Solar Database. There will also be a hyperlink to the site footprint (if available).

When you order project lists, you will also get a time-limited voucher to access detailed versions of the maps, where the placemarkers show fuller details of the project participants and technology used, as illustrated below.

Wiki-Solar mapping

See utility-scale solar projects shown by placemarkers on a map or by a site footprint

Extract from Wiki-Solar map of Southeast Asia


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