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Energenz Builds For Success In China's Energy Services Market

Date: 23 April 2014

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report provides an overview of the offerings from energy services supplier Energenz for senior executives and decision-makers, including CFOs, Directors of Energy, Facilities and Real Estate, and Heads of Procurement, within Asian headquartered firms. The report also provides VPs of Strategy and VPs of Product Development within energy software and services suppliers that operate in Asia with an overview of the main factors driving investment in energy and sustainability in this market. Energenz, founded in 2009 and headquartered in Hong Kong, has developed a suite of energy services targeting industrial and commercial firms predominately in China and Hong Kong. Verdantix spoke with Gilbert Lennox-King, co-founder of Energenz, to find out more about the services it offers and the opportunities and challenges firms face in this market. Verdantix heard that there are three significant factors driving investment in energy management in China: compliance with new regulation, cost savings and sustainable supply chain pressures.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ENERGENZ BUILDS FOR SUCCESS IN CHINA’S ENERGY SERVICES MARKET

Energenz’s Positioning Reflects Energy Management Trends In Asia

FIGURES

FIGURE 1: Chinese Firms’ Expected Change In Spend On Energy In Next Financial Year
FIGURE 2: Factors Driving Investment In Energy Management In China
FIGURE 3: Importance Of Sustainable Supply Chain By Region
FIGURE 4: Priority Energy Process Improvements In China For The Next Year

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Adidas, China National Development and Reform Commission, Energenz, Global Reporting Initiative, Huawei, International Energy Agency, JBA Consulting Engineers, Li & Fung, Mandarin Oriental Macau, MGM Macau, Myer, Nike, Singapore National Environment Agency, Sino Group, Veolia Environmental Services