Advocacy

Energy Efficiency


Energy efficiency should be one of the highest lifecycle considerations for economic and environmental performance of commercial and industrial air systems. We at AMCA are involved in energy efficiency programs on a variety of levels, depending on the regional interests of our members:

Asia: Asia AMCA is tracking the development of energy efficiency regulations throughout Asia. Also, some members of AMCA International located in Asia are certifying fans for fan efficiency grade (FEG) ratings.
Click here for a table of regulations by country Asia Fan Regulations Table.
Click here for a PowerPoint presentation (PDF version) of fan efficiency regulations in Asia
Click here for the AMCA FEG Finder to search for fans with FEG certifications


Europe: The European Commission has enacted a regulation for fan efficiency around the ISO Standard 12759, Fans Efficiency Classification for Fans, and the efficiency metric, fan motor efficiency grade (FMEG). The regulation, EC 327/2011 became effective on the first of January, 2012, and is currently undergoing a revision cycle.
Click here for more information about fan motor efficiency grades
Click here for more information about ISO 12759
Click here to visit a website about the EC 327 revision cycle
For the most current information, visit the European AMCA blog

United States: For updates on United States energy codes and standards actions for fans, visit www.amca.org/fei.


Please send comments and suggestions regarding this page to Michael Ivanovich, Director of Industry Relations, AMCAInternational.