In the next three, five, or 10 years, the power industry is expected to look very different as technological, regulatory and competitive forces further shape it. The pace of change is uneven throughout the United States, often determined by regional differences in market and regulatory structures, resource availability, customer preferences and the retail price of electricity.
Industry uncertainty and volatility don’t have to adversely impact plant operations. There are ways of upgrading manufacturing productivity, diminishing downtime and boosting yields – all while reducing automation costs. In-plant consultations | audits; investment scoping | justification; packaged application software; design | implementation services; startup commissioning | testing services; remote performance | equipment health monitoring; and ongoing site maintenance | repair investments provide ways of overcoming what’s unable to be controlled.