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1 Schweizerische Agentur für Energieeffizienz Swiss Agency for Efficient Energy Use MOTOR SUMMIT Internationaler Summit für energieeffiziente Antriebssysteme powered by S.A.F.E. Rasche Markttransformation für effiziente elektrische Antriebssysteme Elektromotoren und Antriebssysteme in Industrie-, und Infrastrukturanlagen, zusammen mit Pumpen, Ventilatoren und Kompressoren in Gebäuden, sind für 45% des weltweiten elektrischen Energieverbrauchs verantwortlich. Neue und bereits vorhandene Technologien haben das Potenzial, den Energiebedarf von Antriebssystemen in der globalen Wirtschaft, bei kurzen Payback-Zeiten, um 20 % bis 30% zu verringern, wenn Markthindernisse überwunden werden können. Die Schweizerische Agentur für Energieeffizienz (S.A.F.E), in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Electric Motor Systems Annex (EMSA) von dem Programm der Internationalen Energieagentur Efficient Electrical End-Use Equipment (IEA-4E) und das nationale Programm EnergieSchweiz freuen sich den Motor Summit 2012 anzukündigen. Der Motor Summit 2012 bringt ausgewählte Experten aus Forschung, Bund und Kantonen, Energieversorgern, Motorenhersteller, Maschinenbauer, industrielle Anwender und andere interessierte Parteien zusammen. Es werden Strategien und Massnahmen zur Überwindung von Marktbarrieren diskutiert, die den weit verbreiteten Einsatz von hocheffizienten Antriebssystemen in der Schweiz und weltweit (Australien, Europäische Union, Japan, USA und anderen Ländern) behindern. Konferenzüberblick Dienstag EMSA Workshops* Mittwoch MS 12 International Day Donnerstag MS 12 Schweizer Tag englisch englisch deutsch Policy Vormittag Vormittag Motor Tools Mittagessen Testing Nachmittag Nachmittag *Platzzahl beschränkt MS 12 Dinner

2 Datum Konferenz am 5. und 6. Dezember 2012, EMSA Workshops: 4. Dezember Organisation Schweizerische Agentur für Energieeffizienz (S.A.F.E.), Veranstaltungsort Zentrum Glockenhof, Sihlstrasse 33, CH-8001 Zürich +41 (0) Unterkunft Machen Sie Ihre Reservation selber direkt bei einem der vier Tagungshotels bis am 1. November Bitte erwähnen Sie «Motor Summit» um vom Gruppenrabatt zu profitieren. Tel +41 (0) Hotel Glockenhof, ****, Sihlstrasse 31, CH-8001 Zürich +41 (0) , Hotel Seidenhof, ***, Sihlstrasse 9, CH-8001 Zürich +41 (0) , Veranstalter S.A.F.E. (Organisation) Topmotors 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex EMSA EnergieSchweiz Partner EKZ Elektrizitätswerke des Kantons Zürich EnAW Energie-Agentur der Wirtschaft Faktor Verlag AG Öbu Netzwerk für nachhaltiges Wirtschaften ProKlima SEMA SVK Schweizerischer Verein für Kältetechnik swisscleantech Swissmem swisst.net Swiss Technology Network Sponsoren BFE Bundesamt für Energie AWEL Amt für Abfall, Wasser, Energie und Luft Baudirektion Kanton Zug EKZ Elektrizitätswerke des Kantons Zürich NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association S.A.F.E. Leoneck Hotel, ***, Leonhardstrasse 1, CH-8001 Zürich Tel. +41 (0) , Hotel Limmathof, ***, Limmatquai 142, CH-8001 Zürich Tel. +41 (0) , Teilnahmegebühr (Konferenzdokumentation inbegriffen): Gesamte Konferenzteilnahme für 5. & 6. Dezember, EMSA Workshops am 4. Dezember (inklusive Mittagessen jeden Tag, MS 12 Dinner am 5. Dezember und Aperitif am 6. Dezember Teilnahme 5. Dezember 2012, International Strategy day, (inkl. Mittagessen, ohne MS 12 Dinner) Teilnahme 6. Dezember, Umsetzungstag Schweiz (inkl. Mittagessen und Apéro) Teilnahme EMSA Workshops am 4. Dezember (inkl. Mittagessen) CHF Euro Teilnahme MS 12 Dinner am 5. Dezember Mitglieder von EMSA, S.A.F.E., ProKlima, Öbu, SEMA, SVK, swisscleantech, Swissmem und SwissT.net, erhalten einen Rabatt von 20 %. Profitieren Sie von 20 % Frühbucherrabatt mit der Anmeldung und Bezahlung bis 1. September Zahlung: Sie erhalten die Zahlungsinstruktionen nach Ihrer Anmeldung. Aussteller ebm-papst AG ABB Schweiz AG Konferenzregistrierung Dokumentation Eine Tagungsdokumentation mit den Zusammenfassungen aller Beiträge wird allen Teilnehmern unmittelbar vor der Veranstaltung abgegeben. Die Präsentationen und andere relevante Unterlagen werden nach der Veranstaltung für alle Teilnehmer unter öffentlich zugänglich gemacht. Schweizerische Agentur für Energieeffizienz

3 Welcome to the Motor Summit 2012 We welcome you to the fourth Motor Summit in Zurich. It has become a rule to have EEMODS (Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems) and the Motor Summit in smaller format in Switzerland in alternating years. The scope of the Motor Summit has remained since the first such event in 2007, but technological development and new policies for implementation have changed a great deal. We are sure that our more than 175 participants from 23 countries will enjoy intensive and useful three days. We would like to thank all partners, exhibitors and sponsors. We thank the SwissEnergy program for supporting the Swiss motor implementation program Topmotors and its contribution to the Motor Summit. We enjoy the global partnership with 4E EMSA which gives an excellent occasion to host specific workshops open to an interested public. This year "Policy", "Testing" and a training session for the Motor Systems Tool will hold their sessions at the Motor Summit. You are all invited to join the Global Motor Systems Network by subscribing to our newsletter at (English, German, Russian, Japanese and Chinese). We wish you interesting days in Zurich and hopefully also a view of the city, the lake and the snow covered mountains that surround this beautiful place. See you at the next EEMODS in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in October Willkommen zum Motor Summit 2012 Es ist schon fast zur Regel geworden, dass in einem Jahr EEMODS (Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems) und im Jahr danach der Motor Summit in Zürich in einem kleineren Format stattfindet. Seit der ersten Austragung 2007 hat sich die Aufgabe zur Einsparung von elektrischer Energie bei Antriebssystemen nicht geändert, aber die technologische Entwicklung und die Möglichkeiten der Umsetzungspolitik haben sich stark verändert. Wir sind sicher, dass die mehr als 175 Teilnehmer aus 23 Ländern drei interessante Tage in Zürich verbringen werden. Wir danken allen Partnern, Ausstellern und Sponsoren. Wir danken EnergieSchweiz für die Unterstützung des Schweizer Umsetzungsprogramms Topmotors und den Motor Summit. Wir freuen uns über die globale Partnerschaft mit 4E EMSA, das uns eine gute Gelegenheit gibt, interessante Workshops für ein Fachpublikum anzubieten. Dieses Jahr stehen "Policy", "Testing" und ein Trainingsprogramm für das Motor Systems Tool auf der Agenda. Sie sind alle eingeladen, sich am Global Motor Systems Network zu beteiligen, indem Sie sich auf (deutsch/französisch) oder (englisch, russisch, chinesisch und japanisch) für den Newsletter abonnieren. Wir wünschen Ihnen schöne Tage in Zürich und hoffentlich auch einen Blick in die Stadt, auf den See oder die schneebedeckten Berge rundherum. Auf Wiedersehen an der nächsten EEMODS in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilien, im Oktober Das Motor Summit Team Conrad U. Brunner Rita Werle Bea Meyer Rolf Tieben 1

4 MOTOR SUMMIT 2012 EMSA Workshops, Tuesday 4 December 2012 Time Topic Speaker 08:00 Registration, coffee Policy Chair: Rita Werle 08:30 Intro: Importance of motor policy Rita Werle, 4E EMSA, Switzerland 08:45 EMSA Global Road Map Konstantin Kulterer, Austrian Energy Agency, Austria 09:05 NEMA s verification testing program Bill Hoyt, National Electrical Manufacturers Association, USA 09:25 Motor market overview Alex Chausovsky, IMS Research, USA 09:45 Break 10:00 Energy management in industry Vida Rozite, International Energy Agency, France 10:20 Energy management systems Heinz-Jochen Poremski, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany 10:40 IIP: efficiency practices for industry Murat Mirata, Institute for Industrial Productivity, Sweden 11:00 Discussion & conclusions Rita Werle, 4E EMSA, Switzerland 11:30 End Motor Tools Chair: Sandie B. Nielsen 12:00 Motor Systems Tool: intro & demonstration Sandie B. Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark 13:00 Training session Sandie B. Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark 16:00 End Testing Chair: Hugh Falkner 14:30 Registration 14:35 Introduction to EMSA «Testing Centres» Hugh Falkner, for Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australia 14:40 Update on: IEC testing in-line fed motors IEC efficiency classification of motors 15:00 Update on: IEC testing of converter-fed motors 15:20 Power supplies for induction machine efficiency testing Measuring slip: demonstration of accurate measurement techniques 16:10 Break 16:30 Swiss and Australia research collaboration: testing motor and VSD combinations Martin Doppelbauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Pierre Angers, Hydro Quebec, Canada Andrew Baghurst, CalTest, Australia Roland Wetter, EPF-L, Switzerland Andrew Baghurst, CalTest, Australia 16:40 Discussion, Summary Hugh Falkner, for Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australia 17:30 End 2

5 MOTOR SUMMIT 2012 International Strategy, Wednesday 5 December 2012 Time Topic Speaker 08:30 Registration, coffee Introduction Chair: Conrad U. Brunner 09:00 Welcome & Overview Conrad U. Brunner, 4E EMSA, Switzerland 09:30 Energy strategy 2050 Walter Steinmann, Swiss Federal Office of Energy, Switzerland 09:50 Ecodesign next steps Marcos González Álvarez, European Commission, DG Energy, Belgium 10:10 Coffee Policy & Programs Chair: Conrad U. Brunner 10:30 Motor standards and check-testing Andrew Baghurst, CalTest, Australia 10:50 New motor systems efficiency policy for Zhao Yuejin, CNIS, China P.R. China 11:10 Experience with IE3 motors in the US Rob Boteler, NIDEC/NEMA, USA market 11:30 Japan s new motor standards and the Top Runner Scheme Takeshi Obata, Hitachi, Japan 11:50 Motor Systems Tool for optimal system design 12:10 Lunch Standards Chair: Vida Rozite 13:30 IEC motor efficiency classes between IE1 and IE5 13:50 Extended product approach for fan and pump systems 14:10 Recent developments in VFD efficiency testing Sandie B. Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark Martin Doppelbauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Hugh Falkner, Atkins, UK Pierre Angers, Hydro Quebec, Canada 14:30 ISO Energy Management Standard Maarten van Werkhoven, TPA consultants, Netherlands 14:50 Coffee New Technology Chair: Vida Rozite 15:10 Beyond IE4 John Petro, NovaTorque Inc., Sunnyvale CA, USA 15:30 Beyond induction motors Anibal de Almeida, University of Coimbra, Portugal 15:50 Experience with PM motors Carlos Eduardo G. Martins, WEG, Brazil 16:10 High efficiency with synchronous Ari Tammi, ABB Ltd., Finland reluctance motors Initiatives Chair: Vida Rozite 16:30 SEAD Global Efficiency Medal competition for electric motors Panel Discussion Chair: Conrad U. Brunner 16:50 Panel discussion 17:30 End 19:00 MS 12 Dinner (for registered guests) Sanaée Iyama, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA 3

6 MOTOR SUMMIT 2012 Umsetzung Schweiz, Donnerstag, 6. Dezember 2012 Zeit Thema Vortragende 08:30 Registrierung, Kaffee und Gipfeli Einführung Moderator: Conrad U. Brunner 09:00 Begrüssung und Einführung Conrad U. Brunner, S.A.F.E., Zürich 09:30 Schweizer Effizienzpolitik nach Fukushima Daniel Büchel, BFE, Bern 09:50 Erneuern aber richtig! Sonja Studer, Swissmem, Zürich 10:10 Kaffeepause Normen und Chancen Moderator: Conrad U. Brunner 10:30 Gesetzliche Anforderungen an elektrische Antriebe Fabrice Bugnon, BFE, Bern 10:50 Bedeutung von Energieeffizienz und Managementsystemen Heinz-Jochen Poremski, BMU Referat Energieeffizienz, Berlin, Deutschland Anwendungen Moderator: Conrad U. Brunner 11:10 Bessere Antriebssysteme Rolf Gloor, Gloor Engineering, Sufers 11:30 FU: Potentiale heben, Fallstricke vermeiden Michael Burghardt, Danfoss, Offenbach Deutschland 11:50 Effizientere Druckluft Jakob Spillmann, KAESER Kompressoren AG, Regensdorf 12:10 Lunch Anwendungen Moderator: Roland Brüniger 13:30 Bessere Pumpen Thomas Staubli, HSLU, Luzern 13:50 Effiziente Luftförderung Heinrich Huber, Minergie Agentur Bau und FHNW, Muttenz 14:10 Bessere Kälte Raymond Burri, Wettstein AG/SVK, Gümligen Programm EASY Moderator: Roland Brüniger 14:30 Förderprogramm Easy Rita Werle, S.A.F.E., Zürich 14:50 Mesurages et économies (Französisch) Nicolas Macabrey, Planair, La Sagne 15:10 Antriebe messen vor Ort Rolf Tieben, S.A.F.E. Zürich 15:30 Kaffeepause Tools und Strategien Moderator: Roland Brüniger 15:50 klima:aktiv Energieaudits für Motorsysteme Konstantin Kulterer, Österreichische Energieagentur, Wien Österreich 16:10 Migros Klima- und Energie strategie 2020 Urs Berger, MGB, Zürich 16:30 Effiziente Lösungen durch Effizienznetzwerke verdoppeln Eberhard Jochem, ISI Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Karlsruhe Deutschland 16:50 Cleantech Schub für die Industrie Nick Beglinger, swisscleantech, Schweiz Podiumsdiskussion Moderator: Conrad U. Brunner 17:10 Podiumsdiskussion 18:00 Apéro im Zentrum Glockenhaus 4

7 Motor Summit 2012 Participants Name First name Institution Country Aarniovuori Lassi Lappeenranta University Finland Albig Jürgen Ziehl-Abegg Germany Algoet Elewijn Howest Belgium Altindag Sinan Gamak Turkey Angers Pierre Hydro Quebec Canada Baghurst Andrew CalTest Australia Bailly Estelle EDF France Beglinger Nick swisscleantech Switzerland Berge Gerhard KSB Germany Berger Silvia S.A.F.E. Switzerland Berger Urs Migros Switzerland Bertocchi Danilo Swiss Coaching Switzerland Betschmann Oskar Ziehl-Abegg Switzerland Bieri Hans Bieri Motoren Switzerland Blauenstein Andrin ABB Switzerland Bonn Peter Sulzer Germany Bösch Volkmar Essenzis Germany Bosga Sjoerd ABB Sweden Boteler Rob Nidec USA Brägger Stefan Stadtwerk Winterthur Switzerland Brennan Terry NRCan Canada Broger Hans-Peter ewz Switzerland Bruder Markus Control Techniques Switzerland Brüniger Roland R. Brüniger AG Switzerland Brunner Conrad U. S.A.F.E. Switzerland Büchel Daniel BFE Switzerland Bugnon Fabrice BFE Switzerland Burghardt Michael Danfoss Germany Burri Raymond Wettstein Kältetechnik Switzerland Chausovsky Alex IMS Research USA Christensen Morten Grundfos Denmark Chun Yon-Do KERI South Korea Colotti Alberto ZHAW Switzerland de Almeida Anibal T. University of Coimbra Portugal de Ruvo Pierre IEC Switzerland Defreyne Pieter Howest Belgium Delaney Dan Regal Beloit USA Dereyne Steve Howest Belgium Doppelbauer Martin KIT Germany Eberle Armin EnAW Switzerland Eckert Christian Control Techniques Switzerland Egger Otto ATB Austria Ehrismann Marcus Control Techniques Switzerland Eichenberger Willy EE AG Hinwil Switzerland Eiger Edmond IWB Switzerland Ennenbach Frank Sulzer Germany Erismann Manfred IBA Switzerland Fabri Giuseppe University of L'Aquila Italy Falkner Hugh Atkins UK Fischer Wolfgang Rockwell Automation Switzerland Flurschütz Heiko KSB Switzerland Frei Marcel W. Frei Switzerland Frey Felix BFE Switzerland G. Martins Carlos Eduardo WEG Brazil 5

8 Motor Summit 2012 Participants Name First name Institution Country Geuken Jörg ATB Germany Gino Michael AuCom Electronics New Zealand Gloor Rolf Gloor Engineering Switzerland Golomb Joachim ABB Switzerland Gonzalez Alvarez Marcos European Commission Spain Grab Roland Abicht Switzerland Graf Andreas Control Techniques Switzerland Gyger Peter Biral Switzerland Hagemann Björn SEW Germany Hallberg Anders Swedish Energy Agency Sweden Haller Michael ABB Switzerland Hansen Robert Bork Grundfos Denmark Hartmeier Werner Rieter Switzerland Hillinger Robert Rockwell Automation Switzerland Hofstetter Tobias E2 concept Switzerland Hoyt William NEMA USA Hu Bo Top10 China China P.R. Hubacher Christoph Haag Antriebstechnik Switzerland Huber Heinrich FHNW Switzerland Hubler Roland ABB Switzerland Hüsser Daniel Zitt Switzerland Iyama Sanaee Lawrence Berkeley Lab USA Jensen Rasmus O. Grundfos Denmark Jochem Eberhard Fraunhofer-Institut ISI Germany Kammermann Stefan HTW Chur Switzerland Kang Byung-Guk KTL South Korea Keller Christoph K. Aveniture Germany Kern Rolf EBM Switzerland Kim Dong-Jun KERI South Korea Kindlimann Thomas Holcim Switzerland Kleissler Rolf Gebrüder Meier Switzerland Kohno Satoshi Orientalmotor Germany Kolb Bernhard Antriebe Rüti Switzerland Könen Michael KSB Germany Koo Dae-Hyun KERI South Korea Kriese Michael Lenze Germany Krückel Jan ABB Switzerland Kulterer Konstantin Austrian Energy Agency Austria Kummer Michael Küffer Elektro-Technik Switzerland Langenegger Fritz Bühler Switzerland Lassal Said Rockwell Automation Switzerland Leumann Christof Leumann & Uhlmann Switzerland Li Xiuying SEARI China P.R. Liberto Sandro Rockwell Automation Switzerland Lindegger Markus Hochschule Luzern Switzerland Liu Wenqiang MIIT China P.R. Lockwood Geoff ebm-papst UK Loeliger Peter InterDrive Switzerland Losch Wolfgang Pfeiffer Vacuum Germany Macabrey Nicolas Planair Switzerland Mauchle Peter Schnyder Ingenieure AG Switzerland Meyer Andreas Rockwell Automation Switzerland Meyer Bea S.A.F.E. Switzerland Mieslinger Christian Danfoss Germany 6

9 Motor Summit 2012 Participants Name First name Institution Country Mirata Murat IIP Sweden Moebus Sandra HSR - WERZ Switzerland Mori Aldo Gebrüder Meier Switzerland Moser Michael BFE Switzerland Moura Guedes Rui WEG Portugal Muller Frédéric Leroy-Somer Switzerland Müller Ernst A. InfraWatt Switzerland Nielsen Sandie B. DTI Denmark Nipkow Jürg S.A.F.E. Switzerland Nording Stefan Swedish Energy Agency Sweden Ochsner Marcel IBA Switzerland Odermatt Daniel Synthes Gmbh Switzerland Petro John NovaTorque USA Poremski Heinz-Jochen BMU Deutschland Germany Poulsen Preben Grundfos Denmark Protas Erich Watt Drive Austria Rath Ursula Consiste Germany Rietvelt Michael Yokogawa The Netherlands Ris Daniel Schibli Switzerland Röllin Peter Volta Switzerland Rozite Vida IEA France Sadouk Abder Lafert UK Schafer Gabriel Groupe E Switzerland Schneeberger Werner ebm-papst Switzerland Schuch Dieter Franklin Electric Germany Schultheiss Martin Elektron Switzerland Sigloch Uwe ebm-papst Germany Sivitos Stamatis ECOS Belgium Sommer Peter SBB Switzerland Sommer Robin Arnold Magnetics Switzerland Spillmann Jakob Kaeser Kompressoren Switzerland Staub Karl Schunk Switzerland Staubli Thomas Hochschule Luzern Switzerland Staudacher Christian Staudacher Switzerland Steinbauer Alice SQS Switzerland Steinemann Urs Ing US Switzerland Steinmann Walter BFE Switzerland Steins Dieter Germany Strebel Roger IBA Switzerland Studer Heinz Rieter Switzerland Studer Sonja Swissmem Switzerland Suranyi Andreas ABB Switzerland Takeshi Obata Hitachi Japan Tammi Ari ABB Finland Teepe Markus Wilo Germany Theiler Walter Migros Switzerland Tieben Rolf S.A.F.E. Switzerland Tolvanen Jukka ABB Finland Tsai Hsiu An MIRDC Taiwan Väänänen Hannu ABB Finland van Werkhoven Maarten TPA Adviseurs The Netherlands Varga Márton Energie Zukunft Schweiz Switzerland Verdegaal Joke Eicher & Pauli Switzerland Vogelsang Christian Vogelsang Elektromotoren Germany 7

10 Motor Summit 2012 Participants Name First name Institution Country Vontavon Philipp Credimex Switzerland Vonwyl Marcel Belimo Switzerland Wang Michelle ICA China P.R. Wehrli Ferdinand Hidrostal Switzerland Wenger Ronald ABB Switzerland Werle Rita S.A.F.E. Switzerland Wetter Roland EPFL Switzerland Wezenberg Gerhardus ATB Switzerland Wilde Kevin SIG Switzerland Wolfisberg Erich Antriebe Rüti Switzerland Wyss Sven Staveb Switzerland Yen Hung-Cheng ITRI Taiwan Yen Sheng-Chan MIRDC Taiwan You Yong SINA China P.R. Zhao David ICA China P.R. Zhao Yuejin CNIS China P.R. Züst Rainer Züst Engineering Switzerland 8

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12 Motor Summit 2012 Zurich, Switzerland Road Map to a consistent motor policy Konstantin Kulterer Austrian Energy Agency Mariahilfer Str Recommendations so far A good electric motor systems policy scheme includes a combination of three major instruments: 1. National mandatory Minimum Energy Performance Standards for motors and motor systems (pumps, fans, compressors). MEPS should be introduced based on international methods of test with a specified timeline and the minimum requirements progressively tightened. Regular reviews of MEPS levels are necessary to keep pace with technological development. Compliance with MEPS needs to be monitored, verified and in the case of non-compliance - sanctioned. 2. Information, training and capacity building: Implement energy management (top-down) and energy audit (bottom-up) schemes with focus on motor systems, efficiency-oriented planning process for new and existing installations, yearly monitoring of electricity consumption per production unit and value, efficiency target setting based on benchmarking of efficient technologies (pumps, fans, compressors). The implementation of such schemes can be enhanced by national policies making them either mandatory or voluntary (in exchange for certain benefits). Training of experts. Produce guides and tools (e.g. EMSA s Motor Systems Tool, decision making tools) for on-site analysis and testing, life cycle cost assessment, investment planning and realization for improved motor systems aimed at installers, planners and maintenance engineers. 3. Financial incentives. Investments in improving old, inefficient, oversized industrial installations are hindered because of reluctance to intervene in the production process, fear of new, unproven technology and the considerable efforts (both in terms of costs and time) for assessing savings potentials of complex motor systems. Financial incentives can help to overcome these barriers and also to direct the attention of industrial plant managers to often untapped efficiency potentials in motor systems. All instruments need to be embedded coherently into national and international energy policy frameworks. EMSA Workplan EMSA will design and propose a global roadmap for exploiting efficiency potentials - consisting of mandatory, voluntary and financial measures as well as procedures for monitoring and compliance. This work will benefit of several sources of information: current research conducted by EMSA members, especially the Motor Policy Guide Part I Review of existing policies and the work done for the 10

13 Motor Summit 2012, Zurich, Switzerland IEA by IEA 4E members (Brunner, Waide 2011, Holt, Falkner, 2011); Information generated in the Tasks Building SEAD EMSA bridge and International Standardization; continued monitoring of policy developments in key regions (EU, China, India, Japan, Australia, USA) and direct experience in national motor policy programmes in Austria, USA and Switzerland; The work will be structured in three steps o o o First part will be the definition of efficiency motor system policy elements (e.g. MEPS, Labelling, and so on), and an overview table which countries (as examples) have already implemented these policies. In addition a product life cycle model (e.g. policies on motor level, policies during the installation, use phase, repair and scrapping) will be used to structure the policies and identify gaps where additional policies are needed. This work will be done in discussion and/or workshops for defining those issues. Second part will be the detailed elaboration of the policy groups or specific policy measures by EMSA members. Third part will be the elaboration of detailed policy map integrating all results defining priorities. Those results will be discussed in internationally workshops. Motor Lifecycle Policy Measures Examples Motor Manufacturing Machine Building (OEM) Entry into market Motor /Equipment purchase Installation Use End of Life Standards (inc. labeling) MEPS Product Registration Compliance (Monitoring, Verification and Enforcement) Testing Others (International Initiatives, incl. contests) Information: Guidelines for planning, LCC, Databases, Awareness raising Financial Incentives Energy Management, Energy Auditing, Saving Calculation IEC, ISO EU, US, CN, AU AU, US, CN AU, US, EU AU, CN,US G8, IEA, SEAD, EMSA US, AT, CH, SE CH, US, AT, UK, CN NL, AT, SE, IEA, Dk, US Replacement, Motor Rewinding Brazil, US, CN Table 1 Policy Instruments to be elaborated in the Roadmap, EMSA 11

14 Motor Summit 2012 Zurich, Switzerland Industrial Motors A Global Market Update Alex Chausovsky IMS Research (now part of IHS) 3301 Northland Drive, Suite 400 Austin, TX Industrial Markets Steadily Shifting to Higher Efficiency Motors After bouncing back from the global economic recession with two years of healthy growth, the low voltage integral horsepower motors market reached a value of $15 billion in 2011, with nearly 50 million motors shipped during the year. Although the market s performance slowed notably in 2012 due to the weak global economic environment, with unit growth substantially lagging that of previous years, a continuing shift towards more efficient and more expensive motors continues to provide plenty of fuel for current and future revenue growth. In 2010, IE1 (Standard Efficiency) motors accounted for approximately 55% of the market s revenues. These products were mainly sold in the European, Asian and Latin American markets. IE2 (High Efficiency) motors represented about 31% of market revenues during the year, with the main market for these machines being in North America. IE3 (Premium Efficiency) motors accounted for about 3% of global revenues, while motors meeting the expected IE4 efficiency requirements represented approximately 1% of the total market revenues. Motors that fall outside any MEPS accounted for another 6% of market revenues during the year, while DC motors comprised the remaining 4%. The efficiency breakdown of the low voltage motors market is expected to look very different by 2015, with IE1 motors comprising less than 10% of total revenues, while the IE2 and IE3 motors are expected to make up the majority of the market with respective shares of 59% and 20% (Fig 1). Although sales of motors that utilize rare earth-based permanent magnets are expected to grow faster than the overall market, cost and supply concerns are expected to persist, and these motors are still expected to account for less than 5% of the market by Figure 1: The World Market for Low Voltage Motors by Efficiency Class, source IMS Research 12

15 Motor Summit 2012, Zurich, Switzerland One of the biggest developments in the motor efficiency landscape during 2012 has been the recent enactment of new MEPS (Minimum Efficiency Performance Standards) for low voltage motors in China. As of September of this year, the Chinese government is requiring that most of the industrial motors sold in the country have at least an IE2 efficiency rating. China is by far the largest individual country market for low voltage motors, accounting for an estimated 21.5% of revenues and 29% of units in Growth of the Chinese market has been remarkable over the past few years, and while it is expected to slow substantially in the future, it is still projected to outperform the global market over the long term. This bodes well for the replacement of a vast number of low efficiency motors that comprise the majority of the Chinese motor install base. In addition to the Chinese market, ongoing implementation of motor MEPS requiring the IE2 efficiency level in the Eurozone will also contribute substantially to the market shift from IE1 to IE2 machines. The EU member countries accounted for approximately 23.1% of total market revenues in 2011, a slightly higher percentage of the global market as that comprised by China. In addition to the requirement for IE2 machines, the EU will further raise the MEPS to IE3 in 2015 (or alternatively require users to implement variable speed drives with their existing IE2 machines), starting with motors rated above 7.5kW, a segment of the market that represented about 5% of total units in The biggest impact, however, will occur in 2017, when motors below 7.5kW will also have to meet these requirements Low Voltage Motors Market Regional Breakdown ($M) China 21.5% EU 23.1% Other 26.9% North America 22.3% South America 6.2% 13

16 Motor Summit 2012 Zurich, Switzerland Policies to stimulate the uptake of efficient motor systems the role of energy management programmes Vida Rozite International Energy Agency 9, rue del la Fédération, Paris Industrial energy use Industrial energy use accounts for roughly one-third of global final energy demand. Industrial energy consumption is projected to increase in line with growing demand for industrial products. There is significant potential to decrease energy consumption in this sector; however, opportunities to improve energy efficiency are still under-exploited. There are strong barriers to the implementation of costeffective energy efficiency measures, e.g., low priority and lack of interest from top management, lack of information and know-how, planning horizons, inadequate methods to calculate costs and benefits, and perceived risks including the perception that focus on energy will distract from core business processes.there is a strong case for government intervention to address barriers and create incentives for industries, as well as to ensure that enabling and supporting systems are in place. Electric motor driven systems Industry accounts more than 60% of global electric motor driven system electricity consumption. Electric motor systems consume about 70% of all electricity in the industrial sector and are widely used in all industrial applications to power; fans, pumps, compressors and mechanical movement applications such as conveyors and rollers. The adoption of more efficient electric motors leads to savings of a few percentage points compared to standard motor technology but much larger savings in the region of 20 40% compared to conventional solutions arise from optimising motor systems within the process 1. In terms of improving the efficiency of motor systems, specific barriers include lack of capacity and knowledge on motor system optimisation both within companies and within service provision companies, limited awareness among purchasers, obstacles created by organisational structure, hurdle rates for investments and focus on initial costs rather than life-cycle costs. Towards efficient motor systems through energy management programmes Single policy instruments will not guarantee progress towards more efficient motor systems. Effectively stimulating the uptake of energy efficient motor systems requires ambitious market transformation packages. Such packages should include minimum energy performance requirements for motors, labeling schemes, and energy performance test procedures for motors and components. However, to capture energy savings potentials linked with improving systems, these policies need to be carried out in combination with supporting policy measures such as energy management programmes. Systematic energy management is one of the most effective approaches to improve energy efficiency in industries, because it equips companies with practices and procedures to continuously make improvements and capture new opportunities. Government energy management programmes and associated supporting measures and drivers have been shown to effectively address many of the barriers to energy efficiency and stimulate energy management in industry 2. Effective energy management programmes are not stand-alone requirements for companies to utilise an energy management system. Rather they consist of a combination of elements that establish requirements, provide a support structure and incentives (see figure 1). Key success factors include ensuring that programmes are an integral part of broader policy frameworks and adapted to the specific needs of industry, establishing on-going dialogue with industry and other stakeholders. 1 Wade, P. and C. Brunner (2011), Energy-Efficiency Policy Opportunities for Electric Motor-Driven Systems. International Energy Agency. Energy Efficiency Series. Working Paper. IEA/OECD, Paris. 2 IEA/IIP (2012), Energy Management Programmes for Industry Gaining through saving, IEA/OECD, Paris. 14

17 Motor Summit 2012, Zurich, Switzerland Figure 1 Elements of energy management programmes Source: Reinaud, Goldberg, Rozite (2012) in IEA/IIP (2012), Energy Management Programmes for Industry Gaining through saving, IEA/OECD, Paris. Energy management programmes may stimulate the uptake of more efficient motor systems by improving industrial awareness of energy use, building capacity to identify savings opportunities including through systems optimisation and establishing routines and procedures for enabling investments in energy efficiency. However, to ensure that energy management programmes effectively contribute to market transformation, how to effectively stimulate the uptake of more efficient motor systems needs to be considered in the planning and design stage. Specific elements that could be included in energy management programmes include: dedicated awareness raising; training for company engineers, system designers, motor maintenance and service personnel; tools and guidance; provision of technical expertise and consultations; mandated or subsidised audits targeting motor systems; requirements to develop specific energy management plans for motor systems; and incentives or requirements for implementation. Benefits of integrated programmes While such supporting elements could be provided as stand-alone measures or instruments, there are clear benefits of integrating these measures in a comprehensive energy management programme linked with energy management systems that establish a framework for sustained focus on energy use and continuous energy efficiency improvements. Optimising motor systems is not a once-off activity, continual monitoring and adjustments are needed as production or processes change. Furthermore, motor system efficiency is dependent on operation and maintenance, if routines are not in place performance may be impacted by staff changes. Finally, companies need to focus on their core business and have limited time and resources to spend on improving energy efficiency. Dealing with numerous disparate short-term policy measures can be time consuming both for programme administrators and for industry. Integrated well-designed long-term programmes will help build up the capacity and skills needed for sustained progress towards efficient motor systems. 15

18 Motor Summit 2012 Zurich, Switzerland Efficiency Practices for Industry Murat Mirata Institute for Industrial Productivity Overview of IIP The Institute for Industrial Productivity (IIP) is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to increasing industrial energy productivity by promoting the efficient use of energy in selected energyintensive industrial sectors. Initially focusing on China, India and the US and on energy intensive sectors like iron and steel, cement, and chemicals IIP gives governments and industries a global perspective on effective industrial energy efficiency options and works at national and local levels offering integrated services that include advice on technology and energy management systems, policy support, and options for financing industrial energy efficiency measures. IIP works to accelerate introduction of energy efficiency measures by following approaches: Sharing best practices Providing access to a network of international experts from diverse fields Developing original research, analysis and databases Working directly with policy and program designers and implementers to promote the strengthening of government policy to drive widespread deployment of energy efficiency IIP was established in 2010 and is funded by the ClimateWorks foundation, serving as its Best Practice Network partner for the industrial sector. Selected Highlights of IIP s Regional and Global Work Examples of IIPs global and regional accomplishments in 2012, achieved in partnership with key international, national and local organizations, are summarized below: Geographic Foci Example Achievements in 2012 Development of best practice databases on industrial energy efficiency (IEE) policies and programs, technologies and measures, financing approaches and supply chain initiatives; Research on policy packages, energy efficiency support frameworks, and energy management programs in different countries; Global Contributing to the efforts to develop a new Public Private Partnership to create a new market for industrial energy efficiency services through the banking system; Supporting the development and implementation of energy management program pilots in Shanxi and Shandong provinces; Provision of tools and resources to local industry to help implement effective energy management systems (EnMS) and energy systems optimization under top 10,000 program, including the establishment of expert groups, commissioning of best practice guidelines and case studies, and development of China implementation tools for key industrial sectors. Leading the efforts to create a pathway for increased use of alternative fuels and materials in the cement sector; Development and diffusion of Assessment to Action (A2A) pre-energy pre-audit tool for ammonia industry; India Working with SME clusters on supply-chain greening, development of best practice guides, and technology saturation. Supporting policy implementation and business investments in industrial CHP; Development of decision-making tools and training materials on energy management practices; Establishment of working groups for low-temperature waste heat recovery projects. United States Table 1: Selected Examples of IIP s Achievements in

19 Motor Summit 2012, Zurich, Switzerland At the global scale, one of IIP s ambitions is to: Industrial Energy Efficiency Databases In order to support government and industry decisions, IIP continually scans best practices in technology, policy, programs, financing and supply chains and compiles relevant information in a package of publicly available and free Industrial Efficiency Databases. The Industrial Efficiency Policy Database (IEPD) provides information on industrial energy efficiency and greenhouse gas mitigation polices across countries, together with a layered analysis connecting various policies, measures and policy implementation tools. This structure helps users to understand the mix and relationships in a total policy package that can be applied within and across various countries. The Industrial Efficiency Technology Database (IETD) delivers rich and relevant information about the latest and best available technologies, tools and energy management systems to facilitate the accelerated implementation of energy efficient and low-carbon technologies and practices in industry. Currently the IETD provides technology/measure descriptions, performance and cost information and additional resources for iron and steel, cement, and pulp and paper industries and as well as motor systems as a cross cutting area. Future Ambitions and Collaboration Opportunities expand the scope of the IETD by adding new sectors (e.g. chemicals, glass) and crosssectoral areas (steam system, CHP, lighting). enhancing the coverage, quality and accessibility of information provided. IIP would like to develop additional partnerships with international and national organizations as well as with relevant experts and expert networks especially for motor systems, who can share, for example, more up-to-date, context- and country- specific performance cost data. IIP is also seeking to collect information on case studies, tools, methodologies and additional resources that it could post on its freely accessible database. We are hoping that the 4 th Motor Summit will serve as a fertile platform to identify new partnership opportunities and to plant the seeds of their development. Furthermore, IIP is highly interested to learn more about on-going and planned initiatives in particular in or for China, India and the US of other parties represented at the Summit and explore additional collaboration opportunities with those initiatives that are aligned with IIP s objectives and country focus and to which IIP s existing competences and networks can be of value. 17

20 Motor Summit 2012 Zurich, Switzerland Power Supplies for Motor Testing and Measurements Andrew H Baghurst CalTest PO Box 546, Port Elliot, South Australia 5212 Introduction Good, reproducible measurements on rotating machines are dependent on a high quality power supply, the characteristics of which are specified in IEC Such power supplies are required to produce variable, closely balanced, low total harmonic distortion voltages with good regulation and high frequency stability. There are many ways of producing such supplies, and the following provides an overview of alternative supply types, including modern techniques which make use of electronic converter-type equipment. Mains derived supplies The simplest supplies for motor testing and measurements are those derived directly from the supply mains, with voltage variation achieved using either a continuously variable auto-transformer or an induction regulator, the latter constructed in a similar fashion to a wound-rotor induction machine, but with stator and rotor windings interconnected, with output voltage adjusted by varying the relative angular positions of rotor and stator. Because such adjustment requires less than a single turn (depending on the number of poles in the regulator) slip-rings are unnecessary, and may be replaced by flexible cables. Both of the above supply methods can benefit from additional fine adjustment facilities which may take the form of a second variable auto transformer feeding the primary windings of auxiliary buckboost transformers, which may be arranged either to inject voltages over a fixed absolute range, or a fixed percentage of the output from the main ( coarse ) voltage source. Such supplies have the disadvantage, however, of being subject to network frequency variations, over which a laboratory has no control, and short-term voltage fluctuations, depending on load conditions in other parts of the network from which the supply is derived. Motor-generator systems Motor-alternator systems offer many advantages over mains-derived supplies: If a variable speed drive system is coupled to an alternator from which a testing supply is derived, frequency can be adjusted and held with much greater accuracy and stability than can be obtained directly from the mains supply: An essentially open loop speed controller can easily achieve frequency stability of better than 0.1%. and closed-loop prime-mover speed control, using shaft mounted encoder feedback can achieve stability which is at least an order of magnitude better again (0.01%). Further, voltage may be adjusted via alternator excitation (using a closed loop controller or AVR ), and both voltage balance and total harmonic distortion can be very good. A motor-generator system has a number of additional, but less obvious advantages: If the primemover is fed from a VFD system, the variable frequency which is then available from the alternator may be used not only as a very effective means of starting a motor under test, but also as a means of decelerating and stopping such a test motor, within the time periods specified in the relevant standard 18

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