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World Record Set for Electric Motor Efficiency

World Record Set for Electric Motor Efficiency

Almost 100 per cent energy efficiency with synchronous motor Process & Control Engineering, July 9, 2017 Tests carried out on a 44 megawatt 6-pole synchronous ABB motor shortly before delivery showed an efficiency 0.25 percent greater than the 98.8 percent stipulated in the contract, resulting in the world record for electric motor efficiency. This efficiency improvement

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Is the Oil Market Heading to Balance?

Oil Prices Down, Investment Down, Supply Up, Energy Efficiency Down Clean Technica, July 8, 2016 The International Energy Agency (IEA) published an updated analysis of the current oil price environment this week, detailing how the current market is generally misbehaving. Though some might look at the decreased investment as a good thing, the resulting increase

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IEA Asserts Energy Set to Increase One-Third by 2040

World Energy Use to Grow One-Third Over 25 Years: International Energy Agency NDTV, November 10, 2015. Image credit: epicantus Global energy use is set to grow by one-third over the next 25 years, driven mostly by emerging economies, the International Energy Agency said today. Energy consumption in the most developed nations is expected to decline over

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The Compressed Air Space is Evolving & Reducing Energy Consumption

The Key to Dramatically Reducing Overall Energy Use? Solve the Problem of Moving Air Green Biz, July 28, 2015. Image credit: See-ming Lee The largest energy consumers in the world are big buildings. Think of the abundance of lighting fixtures, heating/cooling systems, water heating and refrigeration units demanded of these large buildings and the resulting energy

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