2015 Global Outlook of the Energy & Environment Industry

Top 15 Trends for 2015

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Will oil prices continue to fall and what will be the impact? Could the lower price threaten investment in renewable energy? Could battery innovation lead to the widespread adoption of energy storage? Will LED lighting go mainstream? Will desalination make a comeback? How could X-as-a-Service business models revolutionise the building sector? There is no doubt that this is an interesting time for the Energy and Environment markets, with many important and disruptive transformations taking place. This outlook study identifies the top 15 global trends that will impact these two dynamic sectors in 2015 and discusses Frost & Sullivan's vision for the year ahead.

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Research Scope and SegmentationResearch ScopeExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Industry Sector Outlook—2015 Market Snapshot2015 Market Snapshot—Power Generation2015 Market Snapshot—Homes and Buildings2015 Market Snapshot—Water2015 Market Snapshot–Grids2015 Market Snapshot—Resources2015 Market Snapshot—Energy Storage2015 Market Snapshot–Critical Power2015 Market Snapshot–Distributed EnergyTop 15 Trends for 2015Oil Price Stays Below $60Oil Prices Stay Below $60 (continued) Oil Prices Stay Below $60 (continued) Oil Prices Stay Below $60 (continued) Growth of Natural GasGrowth of Natural Gas (continued)Growth of Natural Gas (continued)Growth of Natural Gas (continued)ReshoringReshoring (continued)Reshoring (continued)Reshoring (continued)Resilience of RenewablesResilience of Renewables (continued)Resilience of Renewables (continued)Resilience of Renewables (continued)New Clean TechNew Clean Tech (continued)New Clean Tech (continued)Nuclear Rises in the EastNuclear Rises in the East (continued)Nuclear Rises in the East (continued)Nuclear Rises in the East (continued)Distributed is the New CentralisedDistributed is the New Centralised (continued)Distributed is the New Centralised (continued)Battery InnovationBattery Innovation (continued)Battery Innovation (continued)Battery Innovation (continued)Battery Innovation (continued)IoT Enables Smart BuildingsIoT Enables Smart Buildings (continued)IoT Enables Smart Buildings (continued)LED Lighting Goes MainstreamLED Lighting Goes Mainstream (continued)LED Lighting Goes Mainstream (continued)Module-level Power ElectronicsModule-level Power Electronics (continued)Module-level Power Electronics (continued)Revival of DesalinationRevival of Desalination (continued)Revival of Desalination (continued)Cities Get Smart by Plugging LeaksCities Get Smart by Plugging Leaks (continued)Cities Get Smart by Plugging Leaks (continued)Cities Get Smart by Plugging Leaks (continued)Innovating for SocietyInnovating for Society (continued) Innovation for Society (continued) X-as-a-Service Business ModelsX-as-a-Service Business Models (continued)X-as-a-Service Business Models (continued)Key ConclusionsKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)Associated Research and Multimedia on Energy & EnvironmentMarket Engineering Methodology

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