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MG 1 Market Expansion: Setting “The Standard” for Efficiency and Value

MG 1 Market Expansion: Setting “The Standard” for Efficiency and Value

This piece was originally published in the October 2016 issue of electroindustry. Ann Brandstadter, Manager, Standards Publications and Marketing, NEMA Most NEMA standards, which range across all product divisions, are performance standards that are good for manufacturers because they are continually updated to account for the latest energy-efficiency technology and provide guidelines for installation. According to Vince Baclawski, senior technical director of codes and standards at Read more […]

System Efficiency Depends on Components

System Efficiency Depends on Components

This piece was originally published in the June 2016 issue of ei, the magazine of the electroindustry. By William Livoti, Power Generation Business Development Manager, WEG Electric Corporation Energy efficiency has become a major focus for government, municipalities, power utilities, and the industrial sector. Each entity focuses its attention on specific  components—e.g., motors and pumps. This article will discuss component efficiency versus system efficiency, as applied to Read more […]