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Where Next For UK Energy Services?

Date: 30 January 2015

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The energy services market is very broad, incorporating a wide range of quite distinct service lines. The number of different types of services included under this umbrella, as well as the affinity of energy with other disciplines, means there are suppliers from a broad range of backgrounds targeting the UK energy services market. This all works to create a very confusing marketplace for investors, competing suppliers and customers. This report aims to help investors better understand the evolving UK energy services market and directors of strategy within suppliers understand what is needed to achieve long-term success.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHERE NEXT FOR UK ENERGY SERVICES?

CORPORATE ENERGY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ARE EVOLVING
Six Corporate Issues Will Continue To Drive Spend On Energy Services
Four Factors Are Shaping The UK Energy Services Supplier Landscape

SUPPLIERS WILL JOSTLE FOR POSITION THROUGH TO 2020
Suppliers Must Solve Perception Issues To Convince Customers
Four Requirements For Success In Energy Services

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. UK Corporate Energy Services Market Consists Of Six Segments
Figure 2. UK Electricity Prices 2002—2020
Figure 3. UK Gas Prices 2002—2020
Figure 4. Significant EU And UK Legislation Impacting Energy Management
Figure 5. Significant Acquisitions In UK Energy Services Market
Figure 6. UK Energy Services Supplier Landscape
Figure 7. Supplier Rationale For Investing In Energy Services
Figure 8. Suppliers Need To Target Customer Challenges Within Industry Verticals

 

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

ABB, Accenture, ACME Group, AECOM, Ameresco, Anesco, Arup, Atkins, Balfour Beatty Workplace, BAS, Bridgepoint Capital, British Gas, British Independent Utilities, British Sugar, Broadfern Partners, Builing Management System Integrators, Carillion, CBRE, CDP, CGI, CH2M Hill, Cinven, Cofely GDF Suez, Dalkia, Department of Energy and Climate Change, DONG Energy, DWEC, E.ON, Eaga, East Midlands Trains, EDF, EIC, Elster EnergyICT, Encore Energy, Ener-G, Energy 2000, Energy and Building Management Solutions, Energy Solutions Group, Energyexcel, EnergyQuote JHA, EnerNOC, EnServe, EnTech USB, ERM, eSight Energy, Evolve Energy, GDF Suez, GSH Group, Halcrow, Honeywell, IBM, Inenco, Intermediate Capital Group, Interserve, Invensys, John Hall & Associates, Johnson Controls, Jones Lang LaSalle, King’s College London, LDC, Lisheen Mine, Lyceum Capital Partners, M&C Energy Group, Marks & Spencer, Marsh Systems, Matrix, Microsoft, MITIE, Newnova Group, NG Bailey, NIFES, Noveus Energy, Npower, Oxford County Council, Pace Global, PowerEfficiency, Sainsbury’s, Schneider Electric, Scottish Power, Semplice Energy, Siemens, Skanska, Solar Technology, Spice Plc, SSE, Stroma, Summit Energy, TCS, The Energy Services Partnership, Utilitywise, Utilyx, Vitruvian Partners, Wipro EcoEnergy, WSP