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Use of Innovative Technologies in the North American Small Alternating Current Motors Market to Overcome Competition from Asian Products
OTC: PREF), based in Ann Arbor, have proved capable, in more than a hundred installations here and abroad, of reducing the electricity needed to drive alternating current motors from 15 to as much as 40 percent without affecting their operation, according to Stephen Shulman, president and chief executive officer.
These energy savings are significant, says Stephen Shulman, president of Power Efficiency, because the 2 billion alternating current motors country-wide consume 60 percent of all electricity generated in the United States -- far more than lights.
The device, based partly on technology licensed from NASA, is a motor controller for alternating current motors which reduces the electricity needed to run them from 15 to as much as 40 percent.
When fitted on alternating current motors, the "Performance Controllers" save from 15 to 40 percent of the electricity formerly required for operation, plus reducing wear and extending the life of the motors, Shulman said.
When applied to alternating current motors, these devices have shown reductions in energy required for operation as high as 40 percent.
Power Efficiency Corporation (OTC:PREF) announced today that it has received and filled an order for use in the automotive industry for its proprietary "Performance Controller," which can reduce the electric energy required to run alternating current motors by 15 to 40 percent.
The company's "Performance Controllers" reduce the electric energy required by alternating current motors from 15 to 40 percent, providing substantial savings for their operators.
s proprietary "Performance Controller," which reduces the electric energy required to run alternating current motors 15 to 40 percent.
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