August 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Plan for sound motor management

A consortium has recently been established to encourage the use of "sound motor management and planning as a tool for cutting motor energy costs and conserving energy." Campaign members include U.S. m..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A consortium has recently been established to encourage the use of "sound motor management and planning as a tool for cutting motor energy costs and conserving energy." Campaign members include U.S. motor industry manufacturers and service centers, trade associations, electric utilities and government agencies. The sponsors are promoting and providing tools that enable commercial and industrial customers to develop a motor plan. Addressing common motor decisions before equipment failure can ensure motor availability, reduce downtime and lower energy costs. Energy represents over 97% of total motor operating costs, according to industry data. The U.S. DOE says that greater attention to mo

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