Service Business Models and Changing Competitive Landscape for Energy Management

Service Business Models and Changing Competitive Landscape for Energy Management

Industry Convergence and New Technology Drive Business Model Innovation

RELEASE DATE
03-Feb-2015
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Global
Research Code: 9AAF-00-0C-00-00
SKU: EN00870-GL-MR_17301

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The past 5 years have seen huge levels of technology innovation in the energy and environment industry, with smart technology re-defining the
landscape. The next 5 years will be the era of service business models innovation, as suppliers compete to maximise the real benefits for customers through strategic partnerships and/or acquisitions. Performance contracting will become the customers’ preferred business model and suppliers will need to develop service capabilities or partner with facility management companies or energy service providers in order to play in the most dynamic part of the market to maximise value co-creation.

Table of Contents

CEO’s 360 Degree Perspectives

Three Big Predictions

Associated Research and Multimedia on Building Energy Management

Key Drivers Summary

Impact of the Key Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Key Restraints Summary

Impact of the Key Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Key EM Services

EM Services

EM Service Business Model Roadmap

Emerging Service Business Models Discussion

Emerging Service Business Models Discussion (continued)

Emerging Service Business Models Discussion (continued)

Global Hot Spots

Growth Opportunities—Regions and End User Applications

Competitive Forces

Competitive Forces (continued)

Industry Convergence Forces All Participants to Focus on Service-based EM Delivery

Strategic Moves by EM Services Participants

Strategic Moves by EM Services Participants (continued)

BEMS and EMS Markets—Stakeholders Outlook

Strategic Options for EM Service Companies

Changing Competitive Landscape

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The past 5 years have seen huge levels of technology innovation in the energy and environment industry, with smart technology re-defining the landscape. The next 5 years will be the era of service business models innovation, as suppliers compete to maximise the real benefits for customers through strategic partnerships and/or acquisitions. Performance contracting will become the customers preferred business model and suppliers will need to develop service capabilities or partner with facility management companies or energy service providers in order to play in the most dynamic part of the market to maximise value co-creation.
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