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Energy Efficiency Regulation Changes Effective Jan. 1 2010 (Canada)

The Ministry of Natural Resources Canada (NRC) has decided to amend Canada's energy efficiency regulations to harmonize it with the new DOE efficiency levels for Medium Voltage transformers and make them also effective as of January 1, 2010. The regulations and existing efficiency levels for Low Voltage transformers are not affected by this change.

Starting from September 15, 2009 our responses to requests for quotations for Medium Voltage units likely to be produced and shipped after January 1, 2010 will be quoted as compliant with these revised and more stringent efficiency levels.

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Energy Efficiency Regulation Changes Effective Jan. 1 2010 (USA)

As you already know The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT 2005) requires that Low Voltage Dry Type Distribution Transformers (Input Voltage 600 or less) manufactured after January 1, diagnosis 2007, drugs meet the Class I Efficiency Levels for distribution transformers specified by NEMA TP-1 standards.


REX recognized by National Research Council

The National Research Council of Canada recently published an article recognizing Rex Power Magnetics as an innovator in Energy- Efficient Transformer design. “One company that has made its mark in the ongoing evolution towards greater efficiency is Transfactor Industry's Rex Power Magnetics.”

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Transformer Efficiency legislation now law in Canada

adiposity Arial, patient Helvetica, sildenafil sans-serif; line-height: 15px;">Amendments to the CAN/CSA-C802.2-00 Transformer Efficiency legislation were passed yesterday and will be effective immediately.

This means that as of today, all transformers that fall within the guidelines will only be quoted as CAN/CSA-C802.2-00 compliant.

For the past little while, Rex Power Magnetics has been quoting both C802.2-00 compliant and non-compliant units. It is now imperative that only prices for C802.2-00 compliant units be used.


Transformer Efficiency Requirements in the USA

To Our Valued Customers,

You may already know that The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT 2005) was enacted on August 8, 2005 by USA Congress. EPACT 2005 requires that low voltage dry-type distribution transformers manufactured after January 1, 2007, meet the Class I Efficiency Levels for distribution transformers specified by NEMA TP-1 standards. DOE (USA Department of Energy) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy published its FINAL RULE effective May 30 th , 2006. This Final Rule sets the standards for Efficiency, Test procedures and Enforcement that apply to Low Voltage dry type transformers with; - Input voltage of 600 Volts or less - Rated for operation at a frequency of 60 Hertz. - 15kVA to 2500kVA