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					Applying motors as a means
     to reduce electrical
       energy demand
        Motors and Applications
             1 to 200 H P
•   Industrial and commercial
•   Pumps
•   Fans
•   Material Handling
                  Motor Facts
• Industrial motors can have a 20 to 30 year service life
• The average IHP motor is repaired 3 or more times in
  it’s life [ source EASA ]
• The average IHP motor uses 4 to 6 times it’s original
  cost in electricity per year
• Current Epact regulations covers less than 75% of
  motors sold today
• Environmental groups estimate over 5 million units
  are repaired each year
                            EISA Basics
    EISA is the acronym for the Energy Independence & Securities Act

•   This law was signed on December 19, 2007 and will be enforced
     beginning on December 19, 2010

•   On December 19, 2010, motor manufacturers may not build motors
    that have a lower nameplate efficiency than the rules allow.

•   Motors that are considered “finished goods” or are shipped from the factory
    before December 19, 2010 can be sold after December 19, 2010
    because they were built before the deadline.
     General Overview of EISA Levels

§ General Purpose motors that today need to meet EPACT,
  will need to meet the NEMA Premium efficiency levels in 2010

§ General Purpose motors that were exempt from EPACT
  because of voltage, mounting, etc will need to meet EPACT in 2010

§ Motors that cannot be used in most applications, such as special shafts,
  blowers or nonstandard frequencies, are exempt from any regulations
  for efficiency.
                        Specific EISA Rules
      Exempt / Not Covered                           Must meet EPACT (Table 12-11)
      Single phase                                   Close Coupled Pump
      Special shaft extensions                       Vertical Solid Shaft
      TEBC, TEAO, DPFV, TENV                         Round body
      Special V/Hz inverter motors                   Nonstandard Voltages, 60Hz
      Non-continuous duty                            200-500hp
      Design D                                       Firepump motors
      Phase converters                               U-frame
      Multi-speed                                    Must meet NEMA Premium (Table 12-12)
      50Hz                                           1-200hp
      Two-digit frames (48, 56)                      Design A & B
                                                     C-face, D-flange
                                                     Voltages covered by EPACT (60Hz)
Note: Frame size is not an exemption.
If a motor is an IEC frame, follow the rules just as if it was a NEMA Frame.
If a motor is above a NEMA frame (680), follow the rules just as if it was a 440 frame.
What is pending?

….“Crush for Credit”
                                 Crush for Credit
                                 Rebate Proposal
APPLICATION—To be eligible as required one must have demonstrated evidence that the entity purchased
an electric motor to replace an installed motor removed the installed motor the entity from service; and
properly disposed the installed motor of the entity; and the physical nameplate of the installed motor of the
AUTHORIZED AMOUNT OF REBATE—The Secretary may provide to an entity that meets each
requirement under paragraph
 (1) a rebate the amount of which shall be equal to the product obtained by multiplying
     the nameplate horsepower of the electric motor purchased by $25.00.

expenses relating to processing and motor core disposal costs, the Secretary shall provide to the distributor
of an electric motor described in sub section 1
(1), the purchaser of which received a rebate under this section, an amount equal to the product obtained by
multiplying the nameplate horsepower of the electric motor and $5.00.

AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS—There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out this
section, to remain available until expended—
(1) $80,000,000 for fiscal year 2010;
(2) $75,000,000 for fiscal year 2011;
(3) $70,000,000 for fiscal year 2012;
(4) $65,000,000 for fiscal year 2013;
(5) $60,000,000 for fiscal year 2014.’’.
                             Crush for Credit
Federal Rebate for NEMA Premium® Motors Included in Senate Energy Bill

Released from NEMA            March 31, 2009

By unanimous support, Senator Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) successfully offered the
amendment to the Senate's draft comprehensive energy bill. This legislation creates a new
energy-efficient motor rebate program for the purchase of NEMA Premium® efficiency
electrical motors. Specifically, this program provides a $25 per horse-power rebate for the
purchase of NEMA Premium motors, as well as a $5 per horse-power rebate for the
disposal of the old inefficient motor. This program is needed to offset the cost difference
between new, more expensive, efficient motors and the lesser cost to repair the older, more
inefficient motors. Once signed into law, this program allows the federal government to
spend $350 million to incentivize the wide-spread adoption of NEMA Premium motors.

 (1) for the purchase and installation of a new electric motor that meets the
       applicable standard described in section 342(b); and
 (2) to replace an installed motor of the entity that does not meet the applicable
       standard described in section 342(b)
 Products to Serve

• Wattsaver® NEMA premium efficient
  motors 1-200H.P.
• Severe-duty IEEE 841 motors through
  100 H.P.
• AC inverters through 150 HP
• High efficiency gear reducers up to
  125 H.P.

Blue Chip® XRI® -841                              Blue Chip® XRI®
                                                  Explosion Proof
                       Blue Max® and Black Max®
XRI® NEMA Premium®            Vector Duty
 Commercial motors

                                                   Blue Chip® XRI®
                                                   Medium Voltage
              Operating cost of Epact Motor per Year

Epact motor
@ $.07/kwh
DOE source
                   Why Should I Upgrade?
           Investment Grade Motors Need to Be Measured Over the Life of Your

             • 50 HP example over ten years
                 – Repair motor cost = $1114
                     • Energy use per year =$24,687
                 – Replacement cost= $2080
                     •   Energy use per year=$23,683
                     •   Energy savings per year $1,184
                     •   Year to pay back .8
                     •   Ten year savings $11,841.27
                     •   The ROI is over 400%

              Based on $.15 at 4000 hours per year no peak charge included
              4.5 point of efficiency spread
Lifetime Motor Costs Are the Key

Dependent upon motor size energy cost
and number of operating hours
Energy Efficiency Driving Demand

 Unsustainable           RBC Potential

    91 million
    tons CO2
                                          40 Million
           130 Million
             Mw Hrs                       21 Million            Losses
                                           Mw Hrs               ($2.1B)

 One Year of RBC Motor Production        Assumes $0.10 per kW-hr
                                         Estimated annual usage by product
                                         1.0 Mw-hr = 0.7 tons of CO2
 Department of Energy Estimated
   Impact of NEMA Premium
    Over a Ten Year Period
• Reduction of 80 million tons of carbon

• Reduction of 5,800 giggawatt/hours

• The equivalent of removing 16 million cars from
  American highways
NEMA MG1 Table 12-11 (EPACT)
NEMA MG1 Table 12-12 (NEMA Premium)

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