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On 31 January 2020 an Issues Paper on the Energy Efficiency Regulation of Electric Motors was released for public comment.

The paper canvases issues that will define the scope of the changes to be considered in the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement - Electric Motors, which is expected to be published later in 2020.

The public comment period on the Issues Paper is open until 28 February 2020.

Information Sheet: Three-phase Cage Induction Motors - EECA

Guidance Document - Three Phase Electric Motors New Regulations - EECA

Information Sheet: Three-phase Cage Induction Motors New Regulations - EECA

This document is the exposure draft of the new Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Three Phase Cage Induction Motors) Determination 2018. 

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This consultation document forms part of an investigation into the feasibility of increasing the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for electric motors and expanding the scope of motors covered under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 in Australia and the Energy Efficiency (Energy Using Products) Regulations (2002) in New Zealand.

To assist motors suppliers in the transition to the E3 Program under national legislation the Australian GEMS Regulator has agreed to an interim fee concession for some registration applications of electric motors. This fact sheet covers information regarding the interim fee concession being applied until a review of the family of models treatment for electric motors has been completed.

This is a regulatory impact statement for proposed changes to minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for motors falling within the scope of the joint Australian New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1359.5. These are three-phase induction motors with output ratings from 0.73 kW up to but not including 185 kWh. They are used in a wide range of applications, including air-conditioning and ventilation systems, pumps, mechanical drives and compressors. The new regulation would take effect from 2006.

 This regulatory impact statement to investigate revised MEPS for three phase electric motors was commissioned by NAEEEC and was prepared by Syneca Consulting. This public comment draft was released in December 2003.This regulatory impact statement analyses proposed changes to minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for motors falling within the scope of the joint Australian New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1359.5. These are three-phase induction motors with output ratings from 0.73 kW up to but not including 185 kWh.