I'm looking for a list of synchronous electricity grids, and the countries and regions that they consist of.
Iceland is an unusual country in many ways. One of which is that its electricity grid is frequency-isolated - it has no synchronous (AC) connections with any other country's electricity grid. Wikipedia has a map of some synchronous grids (each different colour represents a different synchronous area; and yes, Denmark is indeed split across two separate grids):
But it's not referenced, and only covers part of the world.
The Power Information Technology Laboratory at the University of Tennessee has a rather funky map of real-time grid frequencies, and an accompanying table, which provides more information, and covers a wider area. However, it's not entirely consistent with the wikipedia map.
So, I'm looking for a list of synchronous electricity grids, and the countries and regions that they consist of.