DOE Offers $20M to Develop Components for Next Generation Electric Machines

DOE Offers $20M to Develop Components for Next Generation Electric Machines

The Energy Department announced up to $20 million in funding to spur the development of high speed industrial motors and drives, using high power-density designs and integrated power electronics to increase efficiency. Replacing less efficient systems that have fixed-speed motors and gearboxes with variable-speed direct-drive … Read more…

Strong New Energy Efficiency Rules for Electric Motors

Strong New Energy Efficiency Rules for Electric Motors

The US Department of Energy (DOE) proposed new and amended energy conservation standards for certain commercial and industrial electric motors, including a number of different groups of electric motors that DOE has not previously regulated. For those groups of electric motors currently regulated, the proposed … Read more…

DOE Overhauls Commercial Appliances Efficiency Standards By 2014

DOE Overhauls Commercial Appliances Efficiency Standards By 2014

The Department of Energy, which has been remiss in meeting deadlines to revise the energy efficiency standards of four commercial appliances — metal halide lamps, commercial refrigeration equipment, walk-in coolers/freezers and electric motors — has agreed to overhaul the standards by next year. This is … Read more…

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