Online benefit analysis tool helps with automation planning

ABB announced the launch of its eBATâ„- Internet Based Benefit Analysis Tool family today. eBAT can be used initially for fossil fired power plants (at http://ebat.us.abb.com/,) and oil and gas well applications (at http://www10.abb.de/apc/webat/login.asp), but will soon be expanded to include a host of other applications. The eBAT models consider specific financial operating values, including fuel, operating costs, environmental costs, unit availability, production rates, and other inputs.

Nov. 22, 2000—If California experiences extremely hot weather next summer, electricity demand could exceed supply by 915 MW, says the California Energy Commission.

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