Motor repair or replacement? The green solution

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The ever-present emphasis on technological efficiency is just one of several forces behind the pressure on companies to “go green,” despite a trying economy.

The ever-present emphasis on technological efficiency is just one of several forces behind the pressure on companies to “go green,” despite a trying economy. Yet green investments, particularly as they relate to motors in plants, are likely to lead to conflict between two forces: plant management, which is convinced that the best path to a green operation is to operate motors at the highest efficiency, and the accounting department that will always question whether expenditures produce an acceptable return on investment (ROI) in the shortest possible time.

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