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Global Energy Leaders Survey 2012: Budgets And Priorities

Date: 29 May 2012

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13 pages, 10 figures

Executive Summary

Energy budgets for large firms increasingly contain a component for energy management. This report helps business development directors, chief marketing officers and strategy leaders that operate in the energy equipment, services and software markets to understand how businesses from all sectors around the world approach energy management. Verdantix surveyed 210 energy decision-makers at $250 million-plus revenue firms to determine both the levels of energy spending as well as the areas of spend which are considered of greatest importance. Verdantix heard that firms prioritize energy data collection processes and their energy management budgets equate to 25% of their total energy budget. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GLOBAL ENERGY LEADERS SURVEY 2012: BUDGETS AND PRIORITIES
Firms Prioritize Improvements In Energy Data Collection Processes
Average Annual Energy Management Budgets Exceed $5 Million 

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Energy Management Split Between Central, Divisional And Local Centres
Figure 2. Firms Are Focused On Understanding Their Energy Footprint
Figure 3. Low Financial Returns A Barrier To Investing In Energy Efficiency
Figure 4. Half Of Firms Are Making Changes To Their Energy Management Regimes
Figure 5. Energy Management Initiatives Equates To A Quarter Of Total Energy Budgets
Figure 6. Equipment Upgrades And Employee Up-skilling Are Key Investment Themes
Figure 7. Building Technologies Suppliers To Benefit From Energy Management Budgets
Figure 8. Company funds are the dominant source of finance
Figure 9. Firms Are Beginning To Explore On-Site Energy Generation Opportunities
Figure 10. Two Thirds Of Firms Are Set To Increase Spending On Energy Management

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

CA Technologies, CarbonSystems, IBM, Johnson Controls, Pace Global Energy Services, Siemens, Verisae