Motor Efficiency Legislation is Changing, Are You Prepared?

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Rising demand for energy in industry is leading to a parallel rise in CO2 and CO2 equivalent emmission. Governments worldwide are seeking ways to reduce these emissions.

Since electric motors consume 46% of electricity generated worldwide, governments are introducing legislation to make electric motors more energy-efficient, which will reduce their energy consumption and in turn their CO2 and other emissions.

Following the introduction of a voluntary scheme in 1999, the EU agreed a Directive defining a timeline for the introduction of Minimum Energy Performance standards for induction motors. This regulation will be repealed from July 2012 and replaced over the period to July 2023 with new energy-efficiency requirements for a wider range of motors.

Download a copy of our latest whitepaper that explains what this will mean to you and your plant.

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