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US DOE Motor System Market Assessment: Findings on Installed Base

Presented by Prakash Rao, PhD and Paul Sheaffer

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory under the direction of the Department of Energy's Advanced Manufacturing Office has nearly completed its Motor System Market Assessment (MSMA). The MSMA sought to:

  1. Characterize the installed base of motor systems in US industrial and commercial facilities.
  2. Review the supply chain for advanced motors and drives.
  3. Evaluate the energy savings potential of the installed motor system base.

This exclusive webinar will showcase the findings from the first task, including results on motor system maintenance practices, which were published earlier this year.



Presenters' Bios
Prakash Rao, PhDPrakash Rao, PhD
Prakash Rao is a Research Scientist in the Energy Technologies Area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California. Prakash conducts research and analysis into the potential for reducing the energy and water use impacts of the US manufacturing sector while maintaining its productivity. Prakash serves as the technical lead of the Motor System Market Assessment.

Paul SheafferPaul Sheaffer
Paul Sheaffer is a Program Manager in the Energy Technologies Area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory with more than 20 years of experience in commercial and industrial energy efficiency. Mr. Sheaffer’s experience covers cross-cutting technologies including motors, drives, pump, compressed air, fan, steam, and process heating systems, as well as sector-specific systems and technologies. Mr. Sheaffer serves as the Principle Investigator of the Motor System Market Assessment.

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