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Webinar: The Future of Energy Management

Date: 19 June 2012

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The global energy value chain is at the start of a multi-decade transformation. Large energy users in the private and public sectors are responding to the impact of higher and more volatile energy prices, concerns about security of energy supply, new options for decentralized power generation, creative financing instruments for energy efficiency and the potential for innovation at scale through IT platforms. During the webinar we will share findings from the Verdantix global survey of 210 corporate energy leaders on governance, budgets and spending priorities. The global energy management survey data will reveal trends in the adoption of building technologies, on-site decentralized energy and energy efficiency financing methods.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

What are corporate energy decision-makers’ plans for the next 2 years?
Corporates Are Implementing Global Energy Strategies With Central Decision-Making
Corporate Energy Management Will Change Significantly By 2014
Expectations Of Significant Change Are Consistent Across North America, AsiaPac And EMEA
Firms In All Industries Expect Significant Change With Low Energy Intensity Sectors Anticipating The Most Change
Data Management And Project Implementation Top The List Of Process Improvement Needs
Corporate Energy Decision-Makers Prioritize Big Technology Brands Over Specialist Energy Software Providers
On-Site Power Generation Is Moving From Pilot Projects To Enterprise-Wide Programs
Energy Management Is Beginning To Move From Tactical To Strategic

What are the main barriers to implementing a new approach to energy management?
Improving Energy Management Will Be An Uphill Struggle
Corporate Energy Decision-Makers Still Struggle With Business Case Basics
Corporate Energy Decision-Makers Need To Move On From The Two Favoured Strategies
Many Organizations Are Still Installing The “Energy Data Plumbing” Which Is a Pre-Requisite To Selling Bigger Programs To The CFO
Innovative Financing Mechanisms Are A Long Way From Significant Levels Of Market Penetration
Higher Energy Costs Can Squeeze Budgets For Investments In Enhanced Energy Efficiency

What is the role of energy services firms in enabling future visions for energy management?
47% Of Energy Management Budgets Will Get Spent On Energy Services Providers Across Consulting, Implementation & Support
Market Segmentation Identifies Eight Energy Services Propositions
Customers Will Need The Full Breadth Of Energy Services To Integrate Large-Scale Systems
More Energy Decision-Makers Plan To Start Their Journey With The Big Four Audit Firms Than With Other Consultants
No Surprises In The Leading Automation And Controls Brands For Corporate Energy Decision-Makers

 

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