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EMSA Newsflash - Zurich March 2019 - www.motorsystems.org

Dear ,

Welcome to the latest Newsflash of the 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex (EMSA).

SEAD Policy Exchange Forum: Efficient Electric Motors and Motor Systems

  • Welcome
  • Introduction and Overview of Electric Motor Technologies, Standards & Challenges
    Maarten van Werkhoven, 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex
  • The Energy Efficiency Policy for Motors in European Union
    Ronald Piers de Raveschoot, European Commission
  • Effective Motor Testing and Challenges
    Sandie B. Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute
  • Global Motor Energy Efficiency Program: Reduced Trade Barriers and Other Benefits
    Dan Delaney, Regal Beloit, on behalf of National Electrical Manufacturers Association
  • Q&A, Potential Follow-on Activities, and Group Discussion
    Moderated by 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex and CLASP
  • Closing Remarks
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EEMODS on 17 - 19 September 2019 in Tokyo
The next international conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems will take place on 17 - 19 September 2019 in Tokyo Japan. If you are interested in giving a presentation at EEMODS and submitting a paper please send a message to paolo.bertoldi@ec.europa.eu.

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Hannover Messe: 1 - 5 April 2019
The world's leading trade show for industrial technology will take place on 1 - 5 April 2019 in Hannover, Germany. Key topics include Industry 4.0, integrated industry, digital twin, predictive maintenance and others.

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Global Round Robin for converters: 60 converters to be tested until 2020
The goal of this global Round Robin testing program for converter losses, launched by EMSA in cooperation with IEC WG18, is to inform the revision of IEC 61800-9-2.The results of the first phase confirm that the 9 converters tested have much lower losses than the IE1 reference values in IEC 61800-9-2 (edition 1). A Uniform Testing Protocol was proposed, based on which 60 products between 0.12 kW and 1000 kW should be tested until the end of 2020.

Download project overview

INTAS recommendations for large fans
Over the last three years, the INTAS project (Industrial and Tertiary Product Testing and Application of Standards) analysed current market surveillance practices for large industrial products, and explored a number of ideas that would facilitate the work of Market Surveillance Authorities in conducting market surveillance of large industrial products. See main findings for industrial fans in the final report

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Topmotors BASICS: Compressed air systems
Energy costs account for some 60% of a compressed air system’s operating cost. What factors are decisive in optimizing a compressed air system and how much do leakages cost? The Topmotors BASIC No. 8 gives a short overview.


Best regards,

Maarten van Werkhoven
EMSA Operating Agent

TPA advisors
Generaal Winkelmanlaan 31
2111 WV Aerdenhout
+31 (0)23 536 80 90

Rita Werle
EMSA Vice-Operating Agent

Impact Energy Inc.
Gessnerallee 38a
8001 Zurich
+41 (0)44 226 20 10

EMSA is the Electric Motor Systems Annex of the International Energy Agency's Technology Collaboration Programme on Energy Efficient End-use Equipment 4E. Currently Australia, Austria, Denmark, Netherlands, USA and Switzerland participate actively in EMSA. Canada, China, France, Japan, Korea, Sweden and United Kingdom participate in other 4E Annexes.

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