ROSSLYN, Va.—The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) today announced that Tim Gill, NEMA Deputy Chief Economist, and Rob Boteler, Nidec Government Relations and Chairman of NEMA Energy Management Committee, will address CWIEME at its Chicago 2015 event.
CWIEME Chicago, North America's leading event for coil winding, electric motor, and transformer manufacturing technologies, is being held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center on October 6–7.
Gill's keynote presentation is "Growing pains?: The faltering path to growth for the U.S. economy and its impact on the electrical manufacturing industry." He will provide NEMA's analysis of global and domestic economic conditions, touching on topics including oil prices, the soaring U.S. dollar, trade trends, and slowing growth in China.
He will also present the outlook for the electroindustry and for industries that are large-scale users of electrical equipment, including automotive, industrial equipment, aerospace, appliances, and others.
Boteler will participate in the seminar "CWIEME Motor Briefing: Standing up to the Challenge." He will review the Department of Energy's amendment to the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 as it pertains to electric motors, focusing on the potential impact on motor users, OEMs, motor manufacturers, and their suppliers.
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The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) represents nearly 350 electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers at the forefront of electrical safety, reliability, and resilience, as well as efficiency and energy security. Our combined industries account for 360,000 American jobs in more than 7,000 facilities covering every state. Our industry produces $106 billion shipments of electrical equipment and medical imaging technologies per year with $36 billion exports.