National Electrical Manufacturers Association director co-chairs 2016 International Motor Summit
"We are honored to have Bill Hoyt among the Motor Summit leadership," Impact Energy Managing Director and Co-owner Rita Werle, who also served as co-chair of the 2016 Motor Summit, said.
The summit exposes attendees to technologies that can potentially reduce the energy demand of motors and motor systems. Motors and motor systems, pumps, fans and compressors in buildings amount to approximately 45 percent of electricity consumption throughout the world, making the existing and new technologies displayed at the summit, which offered 20 to 30 percent reductions in energy consumption, an exciting prospect.
"We are committed to providing high-quality, energy-efficient, and safe motor products to the public," Hoyt said. "The summit is a wonderful opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas with industry specialists."