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There are two CAES plants in operation worldwide, namely Macintosh and Huntorf.
The lifetime costs for a CAES system can make it work as a means for storing cheap off-peak electricity and selling it during peak hours, but capital costs and difficulties finding suitable geological structures (generally caverns within salt formations) have limited the technology's applications.
According to Heid, CAES is an enabling technology that allows clients to store bulk electrical power on a utility scale and withdraw it on demand when the power is needed.
For the Castle ALZ project, engineers from Caterpillar installed the CAES terminals on two 613B scrapers and two deployable universal combat earthmovers (DEUCEs).
Although CAES now functions smoothly and seamlessly at Collahuasi, it wasn't that way at the beginning.
CAES helps the mine to recover thinner seams, where previously that coal might have been dozed off with the waste
CAES and the Senate agriculture and consumer affairs committee sponsor the program.
Compressed air energy storage, or CAES, uses off-peak electricity from the grid to compress air that is stored at high pressures in natural underground repositories.
The most interesting sites for CAES power plants are regions where caverns of worked-out salt mines are present.
It employs a Modular Mining Dispatch system, but for added security also uses Caterpillar's CAES -- Computer Aided Earthmoving System (MM, May 1998, p.