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CWIEME Berlin: ‘Environmental’ motors now a worldwide issue, says global analyst

Concern for the environment has long been seen as a luxury of the West but a CWIEME Berlin seminar by global analyst Wilmer Zhou now points to a trend for high-efficiency ‘environmental’ motors in emerging economies too. Ever since the first energy efficiency regulation for electric motors powered by the grid was introduced by the US government in 2002, the impact of standardization on markets, product design and manufacturing methods has proved a hot topic of discussion. Indeed, this year’s ... [more]

CWIEME Berlin: 'Ingenious' magnetic field harvesting project triumphs in 2015 CWIEME Challenge

Amid fierce competition Chinese PhD student Sheng Yuan from the University of Liverpool in the UK is revealed as the winner of CWIEME Challenge, a new initiative designed to find and reward the most promising electrical engineers of tomorrow. At last week’s CWIEME Berlin exhibition, key players in the electrical and electromagnetic industries gathered to watch four student teams battle it out for a €1,000 technology prize in the first ever CWIEME Challenge. This new initiative, sponsored by lon... [more]

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