Power Engineering is a subset of electrical engineering that deals with the design and optimization of generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power and the electrical devices connected to such systems including generators, motors and transformers. Power engineering is experiencing a great transformation and interest from the public and government. There are more challenges to make systems not only work well but comply with the constraints and rules set down by deregulation, and meet the needs of utility business practices and consumer demands.
Our 60 years of experience designing electrical power systems gives Bath the ability to provide conceptual and final design solutions for substations, grounding systems, conduit and cable systems, relaying schemes, metering and instrumentation design, fiber optic design, electrical system automation and integration, equipment specifications and procurement along with construction support.
Scores of high voltage substations, distribution substations, cogeneration systems, power transmission facilities, plant distribution systems, and similar facilities have been engineered by Bath. Our clients have included utility companies, industrial (refinery and petrochemical), commercial, government, and military power consumers.
Bath utilizes some of the latest computer-based software to meet the challenges of current standards and rules in the design of power systems. We evaluate designs, explore alternatives, and diagnose and fine tune performance of equipment. This results in overall performance, safety, efficiency, reliability and economic improvements.
In addition to designing power systems for our clients, we have helped them achieve greater economy by using power more efficiently. By studying usage patterns, we have aided them in controlling load to minimize peaking costs
Bath also offers start up, testing, and troubleshooting of complex electrical systems for all client business sectors.