Electrical Energy Efficiency

Electrical Energy Efficiency

Electrical Energy Efficiency guidelines show that using more copper can actually save energy. For example the upsizing of copper conductors
in building wire systems and the use of high-efficiency electric motors (with more copper in their windings) can pay back initial material costs
in as little as two years. Less heat energy is lost and the motors and wiring in fact last longer in service.

To receive the Electrical Energy Efficiency Package, which includes the CD-Rom Premium Efficiency Motors & Transformers,Case Studies and related print material, click here.

(Please note that the CD-Rom is only available in Canada.)



For more information on the program, click here.