Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Report - What Is The Outlook For US Energy Management?

Complimentary report from Verdantix titled, "What Is The Outlook For US Energy Management?" This report for US utilities and energy services providers brings together an analysis of energy management drivers that have the biggest impact on the US market with unique survey data to understand the subsequent corporate and public sector response. The analysis finds that firms are targeting energy management initiatives that assist with compliance and provide short payback periods.

The report is 13 pages long and includes 7 Figures.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The energy management market in the US is highly complex and multi-faceted, with suppliers and customers both dealing with their own unique challenges. Which factors contribute the most and how do firms react in the face of these drivers? This report for US utilities and energy services providers brings together an analysis of energy management drivers that have the biggest impact on the US market with unique survey data to understand the subsequent corporate and public sector response. The analysis finds that firms are targeting energy management initiatives that assist with compliance and provide short payback periods.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHAT IS THE OUTLOOK FOR US ENERGY MANAGEMENT?

Voluntary Programmes And Subdued Prices Support Market Targeted Policies Providing Financial Support Attract Attention New Technology, Historic Mismanagement And Economic Recovery Create Opportunities

INEXPERIENCE AND STRICT PAYBACK HURDLES SLOW CORPORATE RESPONSE

Risk-Averse Energy Managers Target Short-Term Wins And Compliance

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. US Commercial And Industrial Electricity Prices 2013-2018
Figure 2. US Commercial And Industrial Natural Gas Prices 2013-2018
Figure 3. 2013 Energy Management Investment Barriers
Figure 4. 2012 Energy Management Investment Barriers
Figure 5. 2013 Energy Management Investment Drivers
Figure 6. 2012 Energy Management Investment Drivers
Figure 7. Financial Year 2014 Expected Energy Spend

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

American Institute of Architects, ASHRAE, Chuck E. Cheese’s, Continental Automated Buildings Association, EBAA Iron Sales, EnerNOC, EnTouch Controls, Genability, Governance & Accountability Institute, National Grid, NSTAR, Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, Schneider Electric, Standard & Poor’s, Steven Winters Associates, Summit Energy, Unitil, Urjanet, US Census Bureau, US Department of Energy, US Energy Information Administration, US Environmental Protection Agency, Vista Unified School District, Walmart, WegoWise, Western Massachusetts Electric, Workiva, Wyman’s

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