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  • Moteurs Leroy Somer (France)
    21 November 2018 Company/business organisation
    Moteurs Leroy Somer (France)

    Leroy Somer (part of Nidec) has been supporting all initiatives to improve energy consumption in the field of electric motors and variable speed drives since the voluntary agreement set by the CEMEP in the 90’s and will continue to do so. Today we welcome in principle the revision of regulation for motors and variable speed drives: EC/ENER Lot 30 but Moteurs Leroy Somer also supports the position of CEMEP, the European Association of...

  • GIMELEC (France)
    21 November 2018 Other
    GIMELEC (France)

    Gimélec (French trade association for electrical equipment -including motors and drives-, automation and related services) welcomes the initiative of the revision of regulation for motors and variable speed drives EC/ENER Lot 30. Gimélec considers that this future regulation does not allow the optimization of objectives set by the European Union for reducing energy consumption in the industry because it is still focusing on a product approach...

  • Schneider Electric (France)
    21 November 2018 Company/business organisation
    Schneider Electric (France)

    Schneider Electric company welcomes in principle the revision of regulation EC/ENER Lot 30 for motors and variable speed drives and suggests to amend part of it for a more fruitful application. Schneider Electric supports the position of CEMEP, the European association of manufacturers of Motors and Power Electronics. See our detailed comments attached

  • Schneider Electric (France)
    21 November 2018 Company/business organisation
    Schneider Electric (France)

    Schneider Electric company welcomes in principle the revision of regulation EC/ENER Lot 30 for motors and variable speed drives and suggests to amend part of it for a more fruitful application. Schneider Electric supports the position of CEMEP, the European association of manufacturers of Motors and Power Electronics. See our comments attached.

  • APPLiA (Belgium)
    21 November 2018 Business association
    APPLiA (Belgium)

    APPLiA wishes to provide some input to the draft ecodesign measure for motors. We appreciate the work completed by the Commission. However, we are particularly concerned about the possible double/cascade regulation of motors integrated into products that are already covered by ecodesign regulations. We would like to highlight that increasing the efficiency of the motor has almost no impact on the overall efficiency of the appliance....

  • Cemep (Belgium)
    21 November 2018 Business association
    Cemep (Belgium)

    Herewith you can find the Cemep comments to the last Ecodesign Regulation Draft for electric motors and drives

  • iFixit (Germany)
    21 November 2018 Company/business organisation
    iFixit (Germany)

    We would like to welcome the draft Ecodesign requirements proposed by the European Commission which include some major improvements in terms of scope and ambition over the current regulation. We confirm our support for having motors integrated in other products in the scope of the regulation, and also have the following recommendations on how to further improve the proposals: - Anticipate implementation of requirements for certain motors: we...

  • VDMA (Germany)
    21 November 2018 Business association
    VDMA (Germany)

    Please view the attached table for VDMA's detailed comments.

  • NORD DRIVESYSTEMS (Germany)
    21 November 2018 Company/business organisation
    NORD DRIVESYSTEMS (Germany)

    Please find the detailed feedback regarding the draft in the uploaded document.

  • Sitech Services (Netherlands)
    21 November 2018 Company/business organisation
    Sitech Services (Netherlands)

    Attached are the comments on the draft of the regulation initiative for Ecodesign for Electric Motors and Variable Speed Drives. General comments: Since the delivery of the regulation has been delayed, the ambition it pursues is overtaken by technological developments. As a result the regulation is not ambitious enough to push European industry forward into using electrical motors of the highest available efficiency class. We plea for a higher...

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