Energy Conservation Standard by DoE for the US Pumps Market

  • ID: 3675359
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 23 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Lifecycle Cost Benefits Likely to Offset the High Initial Investments
The US Department of Energy (DoE) launched the Energy Conservation Standard for Pumps in the US market in December 2015. As a result of the standard, which sets the minimum efficiency for a given pump model, a quarter of the pumps installed in the United States are expected to be replaced with higher efficiency pumps.

All pump manufacturers supplying to the US market are to adhere to this standard by 2020. This report describes the scope of the standard and highlights the impact it will have on the pump manufacturers supplying to the US market.

Key Findings:
- The Energy Conservation Standard (ECS) released by Department of Energy (DoE) is the first of its kind to regulate the efficiency of pumps in the United States.
- As a result of the standard, which sets the minimum efficiency for a given pump model, a quarter of the pumps installed in the United States are expected to be replaced with higher efficiency pumps.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
  • CEO’s Perspective
2. An Overview
  • Energy Conservation Standard (ECS)- Highlights
  • Definitions
  • Parameters
3. Market Impact
  • Impact on the US Pump Market
4. Conclusions
  • The Last Word
  • Legal Disclaimer
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