The SEEDT project, a cooperation between energy agencies, institutes, electrical utilities, transformer manufacturers and academic institutes, presents its new selection guide for energy efficient distribution transformers (EEDT).
The guide describes losses in transformers, technical solutions for improving them and their energy saving potential for the European Union. It continues to describe the cost of losses, and presents methods for economic evaluation of investment decisions in high efficiency. The guide concludes by proposing policy support mechanisms for EEDT.
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The European project SEEDT (Strategies for development and diffusion of energy-efficient distribution transformers), carried out with financial support from the European Commission under the Intelligent Energy – Europe programme and national co-financiers, aims to promote the use of energy-efficient distribution transformers, which can be profitable for investors, and by contributing to European Community energy savings, may help to fulfil EU energy policy targets.Log in to post comments