The EU-MORE project aims to capture the benefits which come from replacing old inefficient motors at a faster rate through proposing new policies and developing tools to predict their impact and to monitor and evaluate their implementation.
Putting forward policies to increase take up of electric motors and motor systems to help EU Member States meet their energy efficiency targets, starting with an assessment of past and current practice in this area;
Developing a model to analyse the impact of current and new policies for electric motors, gathering data to feed the model, and analysing a range of policy implementation scenarios and their energy and greenhouse gas emission implications;
Accelerating the penetration rate of energy efficient motors by introducing appropriate policies and ensuring that motor renovation is accompanied by linked energy-efficiency measures: proper motor sizing, including speed variation and digital technologies;
Promoting the circularity of recyclable, high-value materials used in motor manufacturing, ensuring that renovation programs contribute to EU circular economy goals.