Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Rita Werle, Impact Energy
Maarten van Werkhoven, TPA Advisors
[Welcome to the Motor Summit 2016]

Conrad U. Brunner
Impact Energy
[Global overview]

  Nils Borg
[How to make energy efficiency in Europe more effective?]

Richard Phillips
Swiss Federal Office of Energy
[Swiss energy efficiency policy and

  Zheng Tan
Renergy Technology Consulting Beijing
[Update on Chinese policy and programs for energy efficient motor systems]

Anibal de Almeida
University of Coimbra
[What is the highest efficiency possible and cost-effective for motors with fixed and variable speed?]

  Martin Doppelbauer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
[Update on IEC motor and converter standards]

  Bill Finley
[Alternative Efficiency Determination Method (AEDM)]

  Ruben Kubiak
European Commission, DG Energy
[EU: energy performance requirements for motors, fans, pumps and compressors]

  Mevlüt Hürol Mete
Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology
[Turkey: energy efficiency program for Motor Systems]

  Ashley Armstrong,
Department of Energy
[USA: requirements for Motor Driven Units]

Geoff Lockwood
ebm-papst / EVIA
[EU: Compliance with MEPS for fan systems]

  Dan Delaney
Regal Beloit
[NEMA and IECEE «Global Motor Energy Efficiency» program]

  John Malinowski, Jani Korkeakoski
[NEMA /CEMEP White Paper: market surveillance, compliance and enforcement]

  Letter to President Jean-Claude Juncker

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The Motor Summit China 2015 took place on 10/11 July 2015 in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province, China.
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