DOMEL: Improving the energy efficiency of electric motors

Increasing the energy efficiency of e...

Increasing the energy efficiency of electric motors represents a major opportunity for energy savings and thus the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. This Technology in Action case study shares a practical example of how companies in Europe's technology industries can address this challenge, and are addressing it already today. 

It features Slovenia's Domel, which makes highly efficient motors for vacuum cleaners and other household appliances, garden equipment and power tools; heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) motors in buildings and auxiliary motors for the automotive industry, optimising their design to reduce both energy efficiency and materials usage.  

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Orgalim's Technology in Action case studies showcase how the technology industries we represent are shaping a future that's good for Europe's economy and society - and how the right policy framework can help them do even more. They are extracted from our Technology at Heart series, available in full online here