ECN: Energy efficient motor systems in Indonesiamei 1, 2019 | klas | Leave a comment
Energy efficient motor systems in Indonesia. In Indonesia, ECN is working with the Directorate of Energy Conservation (EBTKE), in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM), to develop a nationally appropriate mitigation action (NAMA) related to energy efficient electric motor systems.
parts of an electric motor driven system could be variable speed drives and the transmission between motor and driven device. The four industries with the highest savings potential for energy efficient electric motor systems are iron and steel, textile and clothing, food and beverage, and cement.
Energy efficient electric motor systems Webinar: Learning from Indonesia Indonesia, Kenya, Kuwait, Mexico, Morocco, Mozambique, Pakistan, South Africa, Thailand and others. Who we are – Presenters Jeffrey Sipma is a scientific researcher at ECN. His work focuses on energy efficiency in the built environment, where he is responsible for
The Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), supported by the Climate & Development Knowledge Network, is working with the Directorate of Energy Conservation in the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, to develop a policy framework related to energy efficient electric motor systems. This work is supported by Maarten van Werkhoven, TPA advisors and Rita Werle, Impact Energy.
May 19, 2016 · This webinar introduced listeners to the characteristics of energy efficient electric motor systems, their design and the savings that are possible from improved systems, and the barriers that
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The actual energy savings vary depending on the application, but ECN expects average reductions of 20% for industrial systems and 15% for services. Over the past two years, ECN has been helping the Indonesian government to develop an action plan to move to more efficient motors and systems in industry.
Motors form the cornerstone of industrial machinery. Therefore, promoting the efficiency of electric motor systems can reduce the consumption of energy considerably, since 60% of the energy demand in the industrial sector can be linked to electric motors. Old and outdated machinery tends to use copious amounts of energy.
They also built an electronic control system based on a variable frequency drive compressor and a brushless direct current motor that is 85-95 percent efficient. A more efficient use of energy Project partners successfully demonstrated the XERIC CCS prototype under a range of external air temperatures in a climatic chamber to replicate the