Key findings of the international round robin testing programme for Variable Speed Drives
The summary of key findings is now available in a new Policy Brief. The key findings are explained in a short and concise manner: Almost all Variable Speed Drives on the market easily reach IE2 The
Electric motors and digitalisation: quo vadis?
EMSA expert Konstantin Kulterer shares his views in a recent interview about the digitalisation of motor systems. What is the status and what are the main opportunities? To find out more, including the main results of
EMSA as a catalyst in international standardisation
Led by EMSA and ACEE, discussion within the international standardisation community resulted in the establishment of the ISO & IEC Joint Advisory Group JAG 22. Its role is to advise, guide and co-ordinate activities in ISO
Need support with the Motor Systems Tool?
Do you have questions or need assistance with the EMSA Motor Systems Tool? We set up a new mail address where our experts reply to questions by users! Contact us at email@example.com!
Save the date of next EEMODS: 3–5 September 2024
The next International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems (EEMODS) will be held on 3 – 5 September 2024 in Lucerne, Switzerland. More information: www.eemods24.org
Policy guidelines for pumps, fans, compressors – in Chinese
The two reports Policy Guidelines for Motor Driven Units investigate policy options for harmonising standards and regulations for pumps, fans, compressors and are now available in Chinese. The first report (Part 1) describes existing standards and
Almost all variable speed drives on the market easily reach IE2
The IEA 4E EMSA organised an international round robin testing programme for converters in cooperation with IEC SC22G/WG, to support the revision of IEC 61800-9-2 with science-based evidence. The Report on Round Robin of Converter Losses
Key findings on digitalisation technologies for motor systems
In Europe, sensors and data-analytics for optimising motor driven systems can bring an additional 50-100 TWh electricity savings per year by 2030, together with additional benefits such as lower maintenance and production costs. These savings equal
Electric motors: one key product on the way to net zero!
The IEA 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex gave an input presentation during the expert panel of the event ‘Super-Efficient Appliances Pave the Way to Net-Zero’, which took place in the framework of the 7th Annual Global Conference on Energy Efficiency.
What is the focus of EMSA’s work until 2024?
An updated Policy Brief is now available with an overview of the 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex (EMSA) publications so far and the focus areas of EMSA’s work.
Digitalisation in motor systems: classification of technologies
Which digitalisation technologies are applied with motor systems? What are their positive and negative energy effects?
The new EMSA report Classification of digitalisation technologies for electric motor driven systems analyses a number of these technologies.
EEMODS’22: detailed programme available
The 12th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems will take place on 3 – 5 May 2022 in Stuttgart, Germany. The detailed conference programme is now available under www.eemods22.org/conference/program. EMSA supports EEMODS as
Digitalisation in motor systems: new insights
Which digital technologies are most used with motor driven systems? How much energy can be saved thanks to digital solutions in motor systems? What are the main advantages and disadvantages of using digital technologies? The IEA
IEC Academy Webinar on coordination and alignment of energy efficiency standards for pumps, fans, compressors
A new IEC Academy webinar is upcoming which will present the coordination and alignment of energy efficiency standards for improving and optimising the energy consumption of electric driven machine units – e.g. pump, fan, compressor and
EEMODS’2022: Call for papers extended until 11 October 2021
The 12th edition of the „International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems“ will be held in Stuttgart, Germany from 3 – 5 May 2022. Call for papers is extended until 11 October 2021. More
More stringent minimum requirements for induction electric motors and variable speed drives in the EU in effect since 1 July 2021
The Commission Regulation (EU) 2019/1781 of 1 October 2019 is in effect since 1 July 2021. More stringent minimum requirements for a wider scope of motors (0.12 kW – 1000 kW) including 8-pole motors are defined. Also, maximum
10th International Motors Workshop (Webinar): 16 September 2021
The European Copper Institute hosts its 10th International Motors workshop, covering policy and technology aspects. The event will take place as a webinar on 16 September 2021. Programme and registration
New version of the Motor Systems Tool includes loss models for motors, drives & transmissions
A new version of the Motor Systems Tool is now available online. The new features include: Stronger, robust run-time AMCA loss models for motors, drives & transmissions (ANSI/AMCA 207-17) Slip calculator Dynamic duty points Dynamic language
Motor Summit 2021 Switzerland: call for abstracts
The Motor Summit Switzerland is a well-established national conference that brings together experts, researchers, manufacturers, and representatives of industrial users, as well as government and educational institutions. It provides a platform for the direct exchange of
EEMODS 2021: conference moved to 3-5 May 2022
With the Covid-19 emergency continuing to affect the world the 12th edition of the “International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems” is postponed to 3 – 5 May 2022. The conference will be held