The working group on electrical power transmission engineering technology focusses its activities on key issues from politics, economics and technical development. Due to an active exchange of information with customer segments, fora and research networks members receive a comprehensive information from the entire mechanical and plant engineering sector.
The Technical Regulation TR EAWU 048/2019 "On the Energy Efficiency Requirements for Energy Consuming Appliances" will enter into force in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAWU) no earlier than 01 September 2021.
The new process flyer, which was developed in cooperation with the Institute for Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components at RWTH Aachen University and the VDMA, offers manufacturers of electric motors and mechanical engineers insights into the new production technology for hairpin stators.
On 25 October 2019, the new Regulation (EU) 2019/1781 laying down ecodesign requirements for electric motors and variable speed drives was published in the Official Journal (L 272) of the European Union.
On 14 January 2019, the EU member states adopted the new draft of the regulation laying down ecodesign requirements for electric motors and variable speed drives. The new regulation will extend the scope of the current regulation (EC) 640/2009 with regard to the power ranges and types of electric motors and will now also include variable speed drives.
The mechanical engineering industry supports the new electric motor regulation EU Member States approved on 14 January 2019. However, the VDMA reminds that untapped potential lies in a system approach.
The Electric Power Transmission Engineering working group is the central meeting place for users and manufacturers of electric power transmission engineering. The members of the working group meet biannually at different sites to exchange product-related experiences.
The Power Transmission Engineering Association supports its members competently in technological, economic and political questions and informs them about current topics and trends from the customer industries in mechanical and plant engineering.
Mobility is becoming more diverse. The change in mobility is set Hybridization and electrification are increasingly becoming the standard. Mechanical engineering is the focus here - its companies produce mobility.
From 2030 on, the fuel cell will be represented with a significant share in passenger cars, commercial vehicles and mobile machines. Sales of 11 billion euros for fuel cell components in passenger cars alone are possible in Europe in 2040.
Hyper-high speed for the electrified automotive powertrain to achieve maximum ranges In the Speed4E project, experts from industry and science are working together to develop an innovative hyper-high-speed drivetrain for use in electrified automobiles.
The E-MOTIVE Board brings together decision-makers from the industry and brings together expert knowledge from various sectors relating to electromobility: automotive industry, electrical engineering, mobile machines and suppliers.
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