The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology plans to use three years to promote the motor energy efficiency improvement plan
On August 6th, it was learned from the press conference of the National Motor Energy Efficiency Improvement Program that a few days ago, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine jointly issued the Notice on Organizing the Implementation of the Motor Energy Efficiency Improvement Plan (2013-2015). It is planned to use three years to organize and mobilize the whole system to improve the energy efficiency of the motor and promote the transformation of the motor industry from the aspects of motor production, application and recycling, through policy guidance, standard constraints, supervision and inspection, and market-oriented operation mechanism. upgrade.
In the motor energy efficiency improvement plan, it is proposed that by 2015, the motor products will be upgraded, 50% of the low-voltage three-phase cage asynchronous motor products and 40% of the high-voltage motor products will reach the high-efficiency motor energy efficiency standard specification; the cumulative promotion of high-efficiency motors is 170 million kilowatts. The elimination of 160 million kilowatts of low-efficiency motors, the implementation of motor system energy-saving technology reform of 100 million kilowatts, the implementation of the elimination of high-efficiency remanufacturing of 20 million kilowatts. It is estimated that in the year of 2015, energy saving will be 80 billion kWh, equivalent to saving 26 million tons of standard coal and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 68 million tons.
It is understood that in June, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the "2013-2015 Motor Energy Efficiency Improvement Plan", which is planned to be used in production, application and recycling through policy guidance, standard constraints, supervision and inspection and marketization mechanism in three years. The overall improvement of the utilization of the motor field.