Electric motors and systems account for approximately 40 percent of global electricity consumption, and new sales are growing at a rate of 2.5 percent each year. Motors can stay in use for fifteen years or longer, which means the energy used over the lifetime of a product can really add up. To encourage the uptake of more efficient motors, over 50 countries have put policies in place that are designed to improve the energy efficiency of electric motors.
Cost-effective energy efficiency improvements can
reduce global electricity demand by
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Motor-driven systems consume more electricity than any other end use product and are found in every sector.
Source: International Energy Agency
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