Conference explores uptake of AC integral horsepower motors

22 June 2010

As the economy starts to recover Frost & Sullivan has noted a shift towards energy efficient products and integrated solutions, thereby increasing the demand for Alternating Current (AC) Integral Horsepower (IHP) motors in Europe. The trend will be discussed in the research body’s next quarterly analyst briefing on June 30, 2010.

"Increasing energy costs and energy efficiency regulations compel the motor manufacturers to provide energy efficient solutions to their customers at competitive prices," said Sahitya Yerramreddy, research analyst for Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation and Process Control Practice. "Further, the dynamics are changing as the industry opts for customised and integrated solutions instead of stand alone motors. All these changes, along with the incentives and rebates offered by utility companies, regulators and governments are expected to have a positive impact on the motors."

Highlights of the briefing include product, technology, and end user trends along with the growth opportunities on the market. Frost & Sullivan's reports on low voltage AC IHP and on medium voltage AC IHP, which are to be published soon, cover EU-27 markets with all the end-user specific information. Energy efficiency regulations and market share analysis have also been included.

The briefing will benefit motor and drive manufacturers and related suppliers, distributors, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and System Integrators (SI) by discussing some of the key areas of growth in the post recession market.

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