Energy Efficient Motors

The economic, social and environmental aspects of sustainable development rely on the complex optimization of many factors, including resource conservation, waste minimization, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, longer product life cycles, and effective recycling. Copper, the “green” material, plays an important role in all of these solutions. Energy efficiency is of dominant importance nowadays due to increasing electrical energy demand, increasing awareness of Global warming & increase in prices of fossil fuels.

Bridging this gap from the supply side is a very difficult and expensive proposition. The only viable way to handle this crisis, apart from capacity addition, is the efficient use of available energy, which is possible by using energy efficient devices.

Electric motors are a basic need of any industry. Motors and motor driven systems are huge consumers of electricity, they are estimated to account for 53% of all global electricity consumption & moreover electrical motor driven systems consume approximately 70% of energy consumed by the industry. If the entire world were to adopt a least life cycle approach to motor systems, the energy efficiency savings potential is 3,500 billion kWh p.a. by 2030, nearly 30 percent of the total. However, the penetration of energy efficient motors remains low in India and at the same time, IE1 & below motors still have a substantial share in installed stock. Electrical energy consumption can be greatly reduced by replacing older, worn out motors with energy-efficient equivalents and specifying energy efficient motors in new equipment. Such practices not only lower energy costs but also improve equipment reliability.

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