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US Department of Energy Issues Final Rule for Testing Small Electric Motors

  • February 2021
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The US Department of Energy (DOE) has issued rulemaking on test procedures for small electric motors for more than a decade. The present “final rule,” effective February 3, 2021, is the culmination of those efforts. The final rule will be mandatory for product testing beginning July 6, 2021. If you want to view the complete detail of the final rule that was published in the Federal Register on January 4, 2021, it can be found at https://beta.regulations.gov/.  For further reading about the final rule, see this DOE site.

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Currents Archive

Currents - September 2021

Currents - September 2021Highlights in this issue:

  • Chairman Bieber: Recalibrate for a Fresh Perspective
  • Mitigating Risk with Insulation Systems
  • Discovering New Growth Opportunities Through Diversification
  • Attend EASA's Technical Webinars for Free
  • Announcing the 2022 FREE Webinar Lineup
  • Participate in EASA's Upcoming Seminars
  • EASA Sales Skills Development Workshop - Nov. 5-6, 20221 - St. Louis, MO
  • EASA Online Sales Training Program
  • AC Motor Verification & Redesign and Motor Rewind Data Software Updated
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  • New Active Members
  • Associate Member Roundup
  • Recent Death: Michael G. Pence

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