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Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) with Controller Incentive Worksheet Hawaii Energy

Effective from July 1, 2011 and subject to availability of funding. This Program is available for and funded by the Commercial and Industrial Electric Utility Customers of Hawaii, Lanai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu and is administered under the direction of the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission.

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EQUIPMENT & ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS


Manufacture / Model #
ECMREF

HP 1/5

Watts 149

Description Evaporator Fan

Number of Motors 2

Incentive per motor $85

Total Incentive $170

Total Incentive Requested

Electronically Commutated Motors (EC Motors) Measure Description:

An electronically commutated motor (ECM) is a fractional horsepower direct current (DC) motor used most often in commercial refrigeration applications such as display cases, walk-in coolers/freezers, refrigerated vending machines, and bottle coolers. ECMs generally replace shaded pole (SP) motors and offer at least 50% energy savings. The most prevalent use of ECMs is in refrigeration where motor sizes are typically fractional and listed in watts. Eligibility: The eligibility criteria for the electronically commutated motors are: New Construction projects and Retrofits from standard efficiency shaded pole motors to ECM are eligible All ECMs replacing standard efficient shaded pole motors installed in existing refrigeration cases up to 1 HP in size may qualify for an incentive ECM must be coupled with integrated controllers Items to submit with Incentive Application: Hawaii Energy Incentive Application Dated sales receipt/invoice Manufacturers equipment specification sheet Instructions for Incentive Application: In the Incentive Application, fill in the following: Motor Manufacture and Model # Motor size as it appears on the nameplate Watts as it appears on the nameplate Description of ECM application Number of motors for this application EFFICIENT FAN MOTORS FOR COMPRESSOR HEAD FANS The customer will replace existing standard efficiency, shaded pole, compressor head-cooling fan motors with electronically commutated motors. Motor retrofits must take place on low temperature reciprocating compressor systems with existing 35-55 Watt output head fan motors. Compressors must be an integral part of a refrigeration system with a remote air-cooled or evaporative condenser. New ECM motor may not be more than 20 Watt output. This measure is not applicable for shaded pole motors with input/output Watts lower than 35 Watts. Incentive is based on the number of motors replaced.

Questions: Call the Business Program 839-8880 (Oahu) or toll free at 877-231-8222 www.hawaiienergy.com

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