Emerging Participants and New Entrants in the Energy Management Market (2015)

Emerging Participants and New Entrants in the Energy Management Market (2015)

Rapid Emergence of Both Established Companies and Startups All Backed by Respective Domain Expertise

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Research Code: 9AAF-00-1B-00-00
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Integration of building and enterprise data to transform the energy management sector
With the increasing emphasis on sustainability across industries, building energy management (BEM) has emerged a fast growing sector, with both established players and start-ups introducing innovative ways to manage energy. Companies that focus on the integration of building data with enterprise data will find themselves in an enviable position in the long term, while companies offering strategic pricing and infrastructure-friendly solutions will be the BEM service providers of choice in the short to medium term.
Data analytics to help manage energy consumption
The years from 2009 to 2012 were marked by a period of linear growth in the EM market. The market initially dealt with capturing, analysing and managing energy using EM software; in due course, it started employing smart, self-learning hardware for measuring, monitoring, and optimization. From a supplier of basic automating and monitoring solutions, the EM sector has transformed to a provider of analytics-based decision support system hosted on cloud. While smaller companies have turned their attention to data analytics, larger conglomerates such as HCL are partnering with cloud vendors to deliver low-cost building management solutions driven by Internet of things (IoT).
EM companies are currently adopting real-time delivery of EM on the cloud, but by 2016-2017, they will turn their attention to leveraging machine to machine (M2M) solutions and IoT to balance the supply and demand of energy to cities and infrastructure. Energy management systems, already a regular fixture in commercial buildings, are now gradually gaining traction in the residential space as well. With consumers becoming increasingly digital, the need to find energy-effective alternatives to non-renewable energy has also risen considerably. To make the most of the potential in the home energy conservation space, companies such as Cozify, Smappee and Ecowatt are developing app-based and wireless monitoring solutions that are set to revolutionize the home energy management segment. Meanwhile, market-savvy entrants such as SkyFoundry and Lucid are offering software as a solution (SaaS) -based BEM solutions that include dashboards with real-time information on energy usage.

Table of Contents

CEO’s Perspective

Three Predictions

Energy Management Roadmap

Building Energy Management—Market Segmentation and Examples of Tier I Participants

Building Energy Management—Examples of Emerging Participants and New Entrants (2015)

Building Energy Management—Examples of Previous Emerging Participants and New Entrants (2014)

Associated Research and Multimedia on Building Energy Management

Building IQ

Building IQ’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Building IQ in the EM Market

ecobee

ecobee’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of ecobee in the EM Market

HCL Technologies

HCL Technologies’ Growth Opportunities

Analysis of HCL Technologies in the EM Market

Intel

Intel’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Intel in the EM Market

Lucid

Lucid’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Lucid in the EM Market

SkyFoundry

SkyFoundry’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of SkyFoundry in the EM Market

Envizi

Envizi’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Envizi in the EM Market

Ecowatt

Ecowatt’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Ecowatt in the EM Market

Enphase

Enphase’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Enphase in the EM Market

Energent

Energent’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Energent in the EM Market

Smappee

Smappee’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Smappee in the EM Market

Cozify

Cozify’s Growth Opportunities

Analysis of Cozify the EM Market

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Integration of building and enterprise data to transform the energy management sector With the increasing emphasis on sustainability across industries, building energy management (BEM) has emerged a fast growing sector, with both established players and start-ups introducing innovative ways to manage energy. Companies that focus on the integration of building data with enterprise data will find themselves in an enviable position in the long term, while companies offering strategic pricing and infrastructure-friendly solutions will be the BEM service providers of choice in the short to medium term. Data analytics to help manage energy consumption The years from 2009 to 2012 were marked by a period of linear growth in the EM market. The market initially dealt with capturing, analysing and managing energy using EM software; in due course, it started employing smart, self-learning hardware for measuring, monitoring, and optimization. From a supplier of basic automating and monitoring solutions, the EM sector has transformed to a provider of analytics-based decision support system hosted on cloud. While smaller companies have turned their attention to data analytics, larger conglomerates such as HCL are partnering with cloud vendors to deliver low-cost building management solutions driven by Internet of things (IoT). EM companies are currently adopting real-time delivery of EM on the cloud, but by 2016-2017, they will turn their attention to leveraging machine to machine (M2M) solutions and IoT to balance the supply and demand of energy to cities and infrastructure. Energy management systems, already a regular fixture in commercial buildings, are now gradually gaining traction in the residential space as well. With consumers becoming increasingly digital, the need to find energy-effective alternatives to non-renewable energy has also risen considerably. To make the most of the potential in the home energy conservation space, companies such as Cozify, Smappee and Ecowatt are developing app-based and wireless monitoring solutions that are set to revolutionize the home energy management segment. Meanwhile, market-savvy entrants such as SkyFoundry and Lucid are offering software as a solution (SaaS) -based BEM solutions that include dashboards with real-time information on energy usage.
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Author Balaji Anand Sagar
Industries Environment
WIP Number 9AAF-00-1B-00-00
Keyword 1 Energy Management
Keyword 2 Energy Management Systems
Keyword 3 EMS
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