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Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018

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Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018

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In the global building energy management solutions market, North America accounts for the majority of the demand due to various policy initiatives taken by the governments coupled with growing number of smart buildings in the region. However, the BEMS market in APAC and South America regions is expected to grow faster compared to other regions in coming years. In commercial segment, the energy management solutions market is largely being driven by the growing demand for these solutions in enterprises/offices and retail applications on account of rapid urbanization, construction of new buildings, increasing IT spending, increasing adoption of energy efficient solutions, etc. Further, growth in the hospitality and educational buildings is also contributing to the overall market of building energy management solutions.

According to "Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018", the market revenues of global building energy management solutions are forecast to grow at a CAGR of around 19% during 2013-18. The demand for energy management solutions in the buildings is majorly driven by North America and Europe regions, due to aggressive government policies and regulatory support. This is further supported by various incentives and labeling programs. It is expected that increasing adoption of renewable energy technologies like roof-top solar photovoltaic power plants, wind farms and energy efficient hardware, for instance, window glasses, etc., would drive the market over the next five years. The companies involved in providing energy management solutions are predominantly focusing on new buildings against retrofit solutions, as the former offers comparatively higher energy saving potential. In addition, installation of energy management solutions in new buildings is relatively simpler.

"Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018" report elaborates following particulars:

• Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, Share & Forecast• Segmental Analysis - Hardware, Software & Services Building Energy Management Solutions• Regional Market Analysis by Segment, By Country & By Application• Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities• Strategic Recommendations & Competitive Landscape

Why You Should Buy This Report?

• To gain an in-depth understanding of building energy management solutions market globally• To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth over the next five years• To help industry consultants, hardware equipment manufacturers, software & service providers and dealers to align their market-centric strategies• To obtain research based business decision and add weight to presentations and marketing materials• To gain competitive knowledge of leading players• To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer's specific needs

Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with energy management solutions providers to the buildings segment, hardware and software distributors and industry personnel. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports, and proprietary databases.1. Analyst Briefing2. Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Outlook 2.1. Market Size & Forecast 2.1.1. By Value 2.2. Market Share & Forecast 2.2.1. By Segment 2.2.2. By Application2.2.3. By Region2.2.4. By Company 3. North America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Outlook 3.1. Market Size & Forecast 3.1.1. By Value 3.2. Market Share & Forecast 3.2.1. By Segment 3.2.2. By Application3.2.3. By Country4. South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Outlook 4.1. Market Size & Forecast 4.1.1. By Value 4.2. Market Share & Forecast 4.2.1. By Segment 4.2.2. By Application4.2.3. By Country5. Europe Building Energy Management Solutions Market Outlook5.1. Market Size & Forecast 5.1.1. By Value 5.2. Market Share & Forecast 5.2.1. By Segment 5.2.2. By Application5.2.3. By Country6. Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solutions Market Outlook 6.1. Market Size & Forecast 6.1.1. By Value 6.2. Market Share & Forecast 6.2.1. By Segment 6.2.2. By Application6.2.3. By Country7. Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solutions Market Outlook 7.1. Market Size & Forecast 7.1.1. By Value 7.2. Market Share & Forecast 7.2.1. By Segment 7.2.2. By Application7.2.3. By Country8. Policy & Regulatory Landscape9. Market Dynamics9.1. Drivers9.2. Challenges 10. Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Trends & Developments10.1. Advance CO2 Sensors10.2. Cloud based Energy Control Solutions 10.3. Directed Acquisitions By Key Players10.4. Increasing Usage of Sub-meters10.5. Net Zero Energy Buildings10.6. Increasing Trend of Smart Buildings 10.7. Building Information Modelling10.8. Automatic Demand Response11. Competitive Landscape 11.1. ABB Ltd.11.2. Azbil Corporation11.3. CBRE Group Inc.11.4. CISCO System, Inc.11.5. Cylon Control Ltd.11.6. Daikin Industries Ltd.11.7. Eaton Corporation Plc11.8. Echelon Corporation11.9. Ecova Inc.11.10. EnerNOC, Inc.11.11. General Electric Industrial Solutions11.12. Honeywell International Inc.11.13. International Business Machines Corporation11.14. Johnson Controls Inc.11.15. Lennox International Inc.11.16. Schneider Electric SA11.17. Servidyne Inc.11.18. Siemens Building Technologies 11.19. Trane Incorporated11.20. United Technologies Corporation12. Strategic Recommendations13. Research Methodology

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Final Energy Consumption Share, By End User Sectors, By Mtoe, 2011Figure 2: Major Barriers for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, By Percentage, 2011Figure 3: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 4: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 5: Global Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 6: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2018FFigure 7: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012Figure 8: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018FFigure 9: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2012 & 2018FFigure 10: Regional Preferences in Building Sector, By Technology, 2012Figure 11: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2012Figure 12: Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2018FFigure 13: North America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 14: North America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 15: North America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 16: North America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2018FFigure 17: North America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012Figure 18: North America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018FFigure 19: North America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2012Figure 20: North America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2018FFigure 21: The United States Energy Consumption, By Segment, By Value, 2011Figure 22: The United States Building Sector Energy Consumption, By Fuel Source, 2012Figure 23: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 24: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 25: South America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 23: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 24: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 25: South America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 26: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2018FFigure 27: South America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012Figure 28: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018FFigure 29: South America Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Country, By value, 2012Figure 30: South America Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2018FFigure 31: Europe Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 32: Europe Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 33: Europe Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 34: Europe Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2018FFigure 35: Europe Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012Figure 36: Europe Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018FFigure 37: Europe Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2012Figure 38: Europe Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2018FFigure 39: Tokyo GHG Emission Share, By Application Sector, 2010Figure 40: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 41: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 42: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 43: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2018FFigure 44: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012Figure 45: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018FFigure 46: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2012Figure 47: Asia-Pacific Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2018FFigure 48: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2009 - 2012 (USD Million)Figure 49: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solutions Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)Figure 50: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2012Figure 51: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Segment, By Value, 2018FFigure 52: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012Figure 53: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018FFigure 54: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solution Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2012Figure 55: Middle East & Africa Building Energy Management Solutions Market Share, By Country, By Value, 2018FFigure 56: Global Building Energy Codes Adoption Chronology, By Country, 2012Figure 57: Global IT Sector Spending, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 58: Global Sub-metering Market Size, By Value, 2012-2018F (USD Million)Figure 59: Global Building Information Modelling Market, By Value, 2012–2018F (USD Million)Figure 60: Global Demand Response Service Market Spending, 2010-2016F (USD Million)Figure 61: Global Ecova Revenue, 2008-2012 (USD Million)Figure 62: Siemens Building Technology Share, By Revenue, By Region, 2012 (USD Million)Figure 63: Siemens Building Technology Share, By Employees, By Region, 2012

List of Tables

Table 1: Global CO2 Emission from Fuel Consumption, By Volume, 2011-2017F (Million Tonnes)Table 2: Global Comparison of Energy Consumption, By Country, 2011-2017F (Mtoe)Table 3: Capturing Continuous Energy Savings ProcessTable 4: Global Policy Support to Overcome the Barrier in Energy Management SolutionsTable 5: Regional Preferences in Building Sector, By Policy, 2012Table 6: Major Directives towards Building Energy Efficiency, By Country, 2012Table 7: Global Measures of Modern Building Energy Codes, 2012Table 8: Classification of Evaluation Points of Tokyo Green Building Programme, 2012Table 9: Targets Set Under White Certificate Programme, By CountriesTable 10: Global Major Merger & Acquisitions, By Key Players, 2012Table 11: Global Net Zero Energy Buildings, By Location, 2012Table 12: Global ABB Ltd. Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 13: Global Azbil Corporation Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 14: Global CBRE Group Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Million)Table 15: Global Cisco System Inc. Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 16: Global Daikin Industries Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 17: Global Eaton Corporation Financial Revenues, 2009-2012 (USD Million)Table 18: Global Echelon Corporation Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Million)Table 19: Global EnerNOC Financial Revenues, 2009-2012 (USD Million)Table 20: Global General Electric Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 21: Global Honeywell International Inc. Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 22: Global IBM Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 23: Global Johnson Controls Inc. Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)Table 24: Global Lennox International Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Million)Table 25: Global United Technologies Corp. Financial Revenues, 2009-12 (USD Billion)

Companies Mentioned

1. ABB Ltd.2. Azbil Corporation3. CBRE Group Inc.4. CISCO System, Inc.5. Cylon Control Ltd.6. Daikin Industries Ltd.7. Eaton Corporation Plc8. Echelon Corporation9. Ecova Inc.10. EnerNOC, Inc.11. General Electric Industrial Solutions12. Honeywell International Inc.13. International Business Machines Corporation14. Johnson Controls Inc.15. Lennox International Inc.16. Schneider Electric SA17. Servidyne Inc.18. Siemens Building Technologies 19. Trane Incorporated20. United Technologies Corporation

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