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Load Forecasting Software - PSMS™

 

Load Forecasting Software | ETAP






Adaptive Bus Load Forecasting Real-Time Trending
Load Profile Library Forecasting Scenario Archiving

 

Electrical Load Forecasting software is an ideal tool for industrial users and utilities to reliably and accurately forecast future short term electrical loading in the system. A good electrical load forecast has a direct and significant impact on costly generating unit startups and shutdowns, energy purchases, managing system demand, and scheduling system upgrades based on predicted load growth.

Energy Load Forecasting Software - PSMS | ETAP

 

Energy Load Forecasting Software - PSMS™ Key Features

 

  • Predict loading up to seven days ahead
  • Forecast multiple load areas per individual meters
  • User-adjustable weather variables & load profiles
  • Revise forecasts based on loading & weather conditions
  • Pattern & load profile libraries
  • Import & export historical forecast data
  • Unlimited forecast views

 

Data Trending

ETAP Data Trending is a user-friendly and flexible trending application that supports real-time as well as archived data trending.

  • View up to 20 trends in one window
  • Create & view unlimited trend windows
  • Auto-scale trends & auto-center plots
  • Movable cross-hair for reading data values
  • Zooming, scrolling backward / forward in time
  • Choose background, grid, & plot styles
  • Overlap different time frames in a single view

 

Energy Load Forecasting Software - PSMS - Data Trending | ETAP
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Energy Load Forecasting Software - PSMS Model | ETAP
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Adaptive Forecasting

ETAP Load Forecasting utilizes sophisticated algorithms to correlate multiple input variables such as predicted weather conditions along with historical data such as meter point loading and weather conditions to construct a forecast model.