Energy Market Research Reports

The energy and environment industry is undergoing rapid transformation from a static and conventional system to the fluid and dynamic Internet of Energy. Renewables are a significant portion of the world’s energy production, with rapid growth of the last decade spurring advanced solutions in grid technologies and energy storage. Nevertheless, fossil fuels continue to dominate much of the world’s power portfolio, from the adherents and detractors of fracking for oil and gas, to the continued high volume of coal used in key global regions. Services to the industry are rapidly evolving to leverage the influx of information from the Industrial Internet, creating new solutions and business models such as advanced predictive maintenance, optimized generation and storage, innovative energy efficiency solutions and X-as-a-Service. And all of this is driven by the push and pull of increasing demand for cleaner air and water alongside the need for more power and energy.

Frost & Sullivan works closely with the world’s largest OEMs, utilities, service providers and IT firms to help them find the opportunities in this sea of change. Our experts and consultants constantly engage with markets from oil and gas to electricity, grids to homes and buildings, and the critical needs for power, water, and environmental solutions across all sectors of the global economy.

  1. 24 Dec 2021  |  Global  |  Market Research

    Global Generators Growth Opportunities

    Digitalization and Increased Backup Power Needs Unlocking New Growth Potential

    The global generators report monitors and forecasts growth opportunities and outlooks for applications and end-user segments in the market. The database covers historical data from 2015 and projections to 2030, including revenue and unit forecasts in key performance areas. We provide information on the regions to look at for future investment along...

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  2. 20 Dec 2021  |  Global  |  Technology Research

    Disruptive Technologies Enabling Building Energy Management Systems

    Next-generation Sensors and Network Infrastructures Optimize Energy Efficiency and Power New Growth Opportunities

    Globally, the building industry accounts for about one-third of energy consumption and emissions. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), as of 2019, the building industry’s energy consumption reached 130 Exajoule (EJ) and has increased by 20% compared to 2010 levels. Growing ownership and use of air-conditioning and extreme weather c...

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