Technology Applications Transform Energy Services
Date: 19 June 2014
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The global energy value chain – from fuel inputs to end-user consumption – is undergoing a multi-decade transformation. A shift from centralized to decentralized generation, supply security issues, major policy changes and higher prices ripple through to all market participants. The new sense of complexity surrounding energy management has led energy services providers to develop new value propositions for energy strategy, planning, financing and systems integration. This report helps leaders of energy services practices understand how technology is transforming energy services propositions to be able to deliver on a larger scale. The report examines some of the technology and software advancements that are driving innovation and the business benefits of adopting a technology-enabled approach. It also shows why energy services firms must continue to reassess how they are using technology.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS TRANSFORM ENERGY SERVICES
Technology Advances Improve Scalability Of Solutions
Six Software Capabilities Enable Standout Energy Services
TECHNOLOGY IMPROVES THE EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY OF ENERGY SERVICES FIRMS
Services Firms Should Constantly Reassess Their Technology Strategies
AtSite, Balfour Beatty Workplace, Baltimore Regional Cooperative Purchasing Committee, British Gas, BuildingIQ, Carrier, CBRE, Cisco, CKE Restaraunts, Cofely, E.ON Connecting Energies, Ecova, EDF, Elster EnergyICT, EnerNOC, eSight Energy, GridPoint, Honeywell, IBM, Ingersoll Rand, Johnson Controls, Jones Lang LaSalle, JouleX, LDC, Matrix, MITIE, Npower, Optima Energy Management, OSIsoft, Pace Global, Panoramic Power, Philips, Schneider Electric, Siemens, SSE , TCS, TEAM, Tridium, Urjanet, Utilyx, Verisae, ViryaNet, Wipro EcoEnergy