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Energy Management In Emerging Economies: Trends From The B.R.I.C.S And Mexico (Webinar)

Date: 14 December 2012

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Energy management has become a headline issue for firms operating in emerging markets. Firms across Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa and Mexico are spending an average of $5.5 million annually on energy management. But how is this money being spent and how will spending trends evolve over the next five years? These are the questions troubling Heads of Strategy, Heads of Operations and product managers in energy services firms, technology and software suppliers. This Verdantix webinar uncovers how energy management is evolving in emerging markets; revealing insights from our interviews with 107 emerging market corporate energy decision-makers from firms with annual revenues of at least $250 million, along with findings from our recently published Brazil Sustainable Business Spending 2011-2016 report.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHAT IS MOTIVATING CORPORATE ENERGY DECISION MAKERS IN B.R.I.C.S AN
Emerging Economies Are A Hotbed Of Activity For Energy Management
Global Energy Leaders Survey: Location And Number Of Interviewees
Energy Leaders Survey: Location And Number Of Interviewees (B.R.I.C.S And Mexico)
Energy Management In B.R.I.C.S And Mexico Has Moved Up The Corporate Agenda
Government Intervention Is Redefining The Energy Markets Across Brazil
Authorities In The Russian Federation Train Their Eyes On Energy Efficiency
Policy Makers And Private Sector Participants Look To Energy Efficiency To Solve India’s Energy Dilema
China’s 12th Five-Year Plan Prioritizes Reduction In Energy Intensity Across The Economy
Energy Demand Continues To Outstrip Supply In South Africa
Progressive Mexican Government Policy Focuses On Energy Reduction, Scaling Renewable Energy Production
Cost Savings Associated With Energy Management Investment Currently Too Small Across B.R.I.C.S And Mexico To Drive Spending
However Country-By-Country Analysis Shows Differing Rationales Holding Back Investment In Energy Management

HOW ARE CORPORATE ENERGY DECISION MAKERS IN THESE EMERGING MARKETS INVESTING TODAY?
Energy Managers In B.R.I.C.S And Mexico Prioritize Data Collection And Reporting
Country-By- Country Analysis Shows Firms Across B.R.I.C.S And Mexico Invest To Improve Their View On Energy Data
Energy Management Budgetary Landscape Shows Wide Variance Across B.R.I.C.S And Mexico
Today Energy Managers In B.R.I.C.S And Mexico Prioritize Renewable Energy Investment In On-Site Solar
Country-By- Country Analysis Reflects Mix Nuances Along With Geographical And Climate Differences Of Each Market
Brazilian Firms Are Utilising A Variety Of Structures To Finance Energy Management Initiatives
Russian Firms Predominantly Rely On Company Funds To Finance The Purchase Of Energy Management Equipment Of Services
The Majority Of Indian Firms Are Not Leveraging External Resources When Financing Energy Management Initiatives
Chinese Firms Utilise A Variety Of Capital Sources To Finance The Purchase Of Energy Management Equipment And Services
Nearly All South African Energy Decision Makers Are Utilising Company Funds To Finance The Energy Management Activity
Mexican Energy Managers Look Across The Financial Product Spectrum To Meet Their Financing Needs
Energy Management In B.R.I.C.S And Mexico Forecast To Undergo Significant Change Between 2012 And 2014

DEEP DIVE: CORPORATE SPENDING ON ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN BRAZIL?
Brazilian Energy Management Market Will Be Worth $2.6 Billion In 2016
Resource Intensive Industries Top The Energy Management Investment League Table In 2012
Energy Management Spend Is Split Across Five Expenditure Categories In 2012 ($M)
Breakdown Of Category Spend Across Each Initiative In 2012 ($M)
Energy Managers In Brazil Prioritize Energy Procurement And Risk Management In 2012
Brazilian Energy Managers Prioritize On-Site Hydro Electric Power Generation In 2012
In Aggregate Investment In Energy Management Is Forecast To Grow By 8% Between 2011 And 2016