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Extreme Control at Current Moment

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The EC&CM method closes the era of technologies and systems of optimal (from Latin optimum - best) control in real time.

As the name suggests, “optimum control” should provide to the utility executive the ability to choose and implement the best solution out of several very good ones. But he has no choice in practice. The only choice for all possible cases was made for him by the developer of the optimal control system. But it is almost impossible to quickly check the quality of such a choice. And "real time" indicates the lack of precise synchronization with the current moment in time.

EC&CM addresses the above disadvantages. It gives the opportunity for utility executive to establish a regime with the best quality criterion and implements it automatically. It may be the maximum productivity, the minimum total costs, the minimum total CO2 emissions, the minimum total fuel costs, or a given compromise between of any extremes. The quality of the selected and implemented solution can be quickly checked. The EC&CM process is precisely synchronized to the current moment in time

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