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SMEs Are The New Battle Ground For Energy Propositions

Date: 15 May 2014

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report helps Heads of Strategy and Product Development within energy services firms, and utility executives, understand the market forces behind the growing momentum in the energy management market for small and medium firms. Energy services propositions traditionally have under-served small and medium enterprises (SMEs) due to low energy expenditure per site and the fragmented nature of the segment. Opportunities among SMEs are now opening up as lowering technology costs are enabling energy service providers to develop more cost-effective solutions. Based on years of detailed research into energy technologies and energy services, this report outlines how big data start-ups, energy management firms, software firms and utilities are converging on the SME energy management market opportunity. The report also outlines four critical questions energy services firms should ask themselves in order to evaluate current or potential SME energy services go-to-market strategies.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SMEs ARE THE NEW BATTLEGROUND FOR ENERGY PROPOSITIONS

Market Dynamics And Technology Innovation Drive Momentum

Energy Services Firms Launch Cost-Effective Options For SMEs

SUPPLIERS NEED TO ANSWER FOUR CRITICAL QUESTIONS
 

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

C3 Energy, CAN2GO, FirstFuel, Gridium, IMServ, National Grid, Ofgem, Opower, Panoramic Power, PG&E, Powerhouse Dynamics, Pulse Energy, Retroficiency, Schneider Electric, US EIA, WEMS