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Germany Energy Management Spend 2011-2016

Date: 20 September 2012

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12 pages, 12 figures

Executive Summary

This report provides energy leaders in market-facing and corporate executive roles with an independent analysis of the size and growth of the German market for energy management between 2011 and 2016. The analysis finds that expenditure on energy management will grow from $2.0 billion in 2011 to reach $3.2 billion in 2016. In 2012 the sectors investing the highest amounts will be retail, technology, automotive, telecommunications and utilities. Compound annual growth rates for expenditure across the six major energy management initiatives will range from 8% to 16% over the five year period.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GERMAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SPEND 2011-2016
Energy Management Spend Will Hit $3.2 Billion In 2016
Energy Management Spend Will Grow At A 10% CAGR Between 2011 And 2016
Energy System Optimizers Set To Benefit

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Energy Management Initiative Definitions
Figure 2.
Critical Moments® Analysis Is Based On Financial Data For 20 Industries
Figure 3.
German Energy Management Market Will Be Worth $3.2 Billion In 2016
Figure 4.
Initiative Spend On Energy Management 2011-2016 ($m)
Figure 5.
Share Of Spend Across Energy Management Initiatives 2011-2016
Figure 6.
Industry Spend & Share Of Spend On Energy Management 2012 ($m)
Figure 7.
Energy Management Spend Split Across Five Expenditure Categories 2012 ($m)
Figure 8.
Category Spend On Energy Management Initiatives 2012 ($m)
Figure 9.
2011-2016 Initiative CAGRs For Energy Management Spend
Figure 10.
Y-o-Y Change In Spend On Energy Management Initiatives 2012-2016
Figure 11.
2011-2016 Industry CAGRs For Energy Management Spend
Figure 12.
Y-o-Y Change In Energy Management Spend By Industry 2012-2016

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

ABB, Audi, BELECTRIC, BMW, Cofely, Enercon, Mercedes-Benz, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Vodafone