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Development of Super efficient Equipment Programme ( SEEP ) for Fans

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Author(s): Daljit Singh, Girish Sant, Aditya Chunekar, Adwait Pednekar, Shantanu Dixit Publication Date: July, 2012

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) will soon launch its first programme for super-efficient (SE) fans as part of the recently approved Super Efficient Equipment Programme (SEEP). SEEP is designed to facilitate a rapid transformation of the market for household appliances to super-efficient models which are about as efficient as the most efficient models available worldwide. Prayas has assisted BEE in the development of SEEP from its conception. It has contributed to the design of the programme as well as to the framework for its implementation. Now, as SEEP begins to be implemented, many people who may not be familiar with the programme will get involved in its implementation. The primary objective of this document is to provide an overview of the programme for these people.  Additionally, the document archives our experience in the development of SEEP, particularly regarding issues that came up, decisions that were made, and the rationale behind them.  In addition to its relevance for SEEP for fans, this experience will also provide lessons for SEEP for other appliances, and similar programmes.

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#1 Guest 2015-01-30 19:29
its a bit late for comment :)
anyway i'm lucky to see this article on ceiling fan efficiency and using bldc motors in ceiling fans
i was intrigued to know these fans are selling at ONLY rs. 100/- premium over induction fans
i failed to locate any manufacturer except one called superfan, but they are very expensive
if you know any bldc ceiling fan manufacturer, pls share..