IEA 4E Mapping & Benchmarking Electric Motor Systems Solid State Lighting Standby Power Electronic Devices & Networks

EMSA Energy Audit Guide for Motor Driven Systems

EMSA shows in this Audit Guide important organisational and technical considerations for performing a motor systems audit, using relevant standards and tools.

By Rita Werle · Electric Motor Systems ·

How to perform a motor systems audit within a general energy audit? What are important considerations for data collection and analysis? Where are the highest savings potentials? How to prepare and make measurements on site? What tools and standards are useful?

 

The EMSA Energy Audit Guide for Motor Driven Systems gives a systematic and comprehensive overview including organisational and technical tasks to be performed during a motor system audit, along the stages of an energy audit according to ISO 50002.

 

It aims to help energy auditors, energy consultants, energy managers, and engineers to identify and calculate the most important energy-saving potentials in motor driven systems, considering all relevant standards and tools.

 

Download from our Policy publications library

Read original article at the 4E Electric Motor Systems Website