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North American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, Executive SummaryIntroductionIntroductionSummary of Major FindingsMarket Growth and Total ForecastAnalysis by Major SegmentCompetitive AnalysisConclusionsNorth American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, Introduction to the IndustryIndustry DefinitionsIndustry DefinitionsIndustry Structure and Competitive EnvironmentIndustry Structure and Competitive EnvironmentChallengesChallenges Facing the North American Non-Residential Energy Management Services IndustryEnd-User Apathy Forces Energy Management Service Providers to Seek New Incentives for CustomersEntrance of Facility Management Outsourcing Companies Challenges Incumbent ProvidersUtility-Affiliates Threaten to Replace Traditional ESCOsDeregulation Threatens to Decrease the Price Incentive to Manage EnergyStrong Growth in the Federal Sector Overshadows Opportunities in the Private SectorCompetition Tightens Energy Management Services MarginsLack of Qualified Engineers and Energy Professionals Restrains HiringUtility-Affiliated Providers Face Opposition From Local ContractorsFederal Contract Process Makes Barriers to Entry High in the Federal MarketIndustry Operational Structure Keeps Profit Margins LowGlossary of Terms and AcronymsList of DefinitionsList of AcronymsNorth American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, The Total North American Non-Residential Energy Management Services MarketTotal Market AnalysisMarket OverviewMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)North American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, The Independent Energy Management Service Provider MarketMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsNon-Affiliated ESCOsContractorsFacilities Outsourcing CompaniesConsultantsIssues and Trends in the Independent Energy Management Services MarketAlliances; Joint Ventures; Mergers and AcquisitionsPotential Merger and Acquisition ActivityKey Segment Issues and TrendsKey Company StrategiesKey Company StrategiesCustom Energy LLCRose Technology Group LimitedEmcor Facility Management Services Inc.Sodexho Marriott Services Inc.Shared Savings Contracts Inc.North American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, The Utility-Affiliated Energy Management Service Provider MarketMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsIssues and Trends in the Utility-Affiliated Energy Management Services MarketAlliances; Joint Ventures; Mergers and AcquisitionsPotential Merger and Acquisition ActivityKey Segment Issues and TrendsKey Company StrategiesKey Company StrategiesPSEG Energy Technologies Inc.Enron Energy ServicesCadenceDukeSolutions Xenergy Inc.North American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, The Equipment Manufacturer-Affiliated Service Provider MarketMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsIssues and Trends in the Equipment Manufacturer-Affiliated Service Provider MarketAlliances; Joint Ventures; Mergers and AcquisitionsPotential Merger and Acquisition ActivityKey Segment Issues and TrendsKey Company StrategiesKey Company StrategiesSiemens Building Technologies - Landis DivisionJohnson ControlsTrigen Energy Federal ProductsNorth American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, Market Engineering StrategyMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsCorporate Management Marketing DepartmentSales DepartmentBusiness Development DepartmentNorth American Non-Residential Energy Management Service Markets, Market Engineering AwardsFrost & Sullivan's 1999 Market Engineering AwardsFrost & Sullivan's 1999 Market Engineering AwardsThe 1999 Market Engineering Leadership AwardsThe 1999 Market Engineering Service Innovation Award




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