Enerdynamics continually creates visuals that help explain industry data and concepts in a clear and easy-to-understand graphical format. View and download the following infographics at no cost by clicking on the links below. We just ask that you credit Enerdynamics Corp. as the source when using any of the following in presentations or reference materials.


The Natural Gas Delivery System

The Electric Delivery System

The LNG Delivery System

The House of the Future

The Grid of the Future

The Microgrid of the Future

2015 U.S. Energy Consumption by Source and Sector


Everyday Tools for Industry Professionals

Following are free resources that will help you continue to learn about and better understand the energy industry. Bookmark them and refer back whenever you like!

Natural Gas and Electricity Glossary
Natural Gas and Electricity Acronyms


Video Library

These short videos address various topics of interest and frequently asked questions relating to natural gas and electricity. This is a great opportunity to expand your understanding of the energy industry at no charge to you! If you have suggestions on future topics, please e-mail them to us. Click on a link below to view its related video:

Direct and Alternating Current

Electric Units
Energy Registers: Reading an Electric Meter
Locational Marginal Pricing
Photovoltaic Cells
Steam Turbines




Energy Currents: The Enerdynamics Blog

The goal of Enerdynamics' blog is two-fold. First, we hope to offer a forum where you can continue learning about trends and topics of importance in the natural gas and electric industries. And second, Energy Currents offers you the opportunity to join the discussion by adding your questions and comments directly to a blog post. Visit Energy Currents.

Energy Insider: Enerdynamics' Quarterly eNewsletter

The Energy Insider is a free quarterly email publication from Enerdynamics. We select topics of interest in the energy industry and summarize the pertinent issues in a quick and easy-to-read format. Visit Energy Insider archives or sign up to receive the Energy Insider via email.