Percentage of energy consumption in India that can be attributed to use of electrical energy - especially electric motors - across all sectors. Any measure taken to increase the efficiency of electric motors will therefore lead to significant savings and reduction on energy demand in the country.
Estimated number of motors in use in India.
Percentage of these motors that are at International Efficiency 1 (IE - 1) or non - IE standard.
Percentage reduction in electricity usage of motors developed by EESL - these motors conform to the IE - 3 standard. EESL currently is in a position to offer IE - 3 motors in the 1.1 KW to 22 KW range and plans to introduce motors > 22KW in due course.
Estimated savings in annual electricity consumption if all the existing motors were to be replaced by IE- 3 standard motors.
of generation capacity that can be offset if the motors are replaced - equivalent to 24 average thermal power generating units in India (~250 MW)
Number of motors that EESL will seek to replace in Phase I of a nation-wide programme which would save 175 million KWh of electricity.
Number of motors that EESL will seek to replace in Phase II of the programme.