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UK Energy Services: Market Forecast 2015-2020

Date: 25 September 2015

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The UK energy services market is very broad, incorporating a wide range of service lines – from simple energy audits to energy management propositions which cover multiple service lines. Verdantix forecasts that the UK energy services market, across five key segments, will grow from £1.2 billion in 2015 to £1.4 billion by 2020, at an overall annual growth rate of 4%. Across the forecast period the retail sector and public sector will lead spending, reflecting a high engagement with the energy management agenda across these sectors. During the forecast period the analysis finds that increases in electricity prices will remain the most significant driver, and the small and medium enterprise market will offer energy services providers new opportunities. This report helps energy services providers, partners and investors to forecast revenue streams, define sales and marketing strategies, and budget accordingly.


UK Energy Services: Market Forecast 2015-2020
Forecasting The UK Energy Services Market
UK Energy Services Market Will Total £1.2 Billion In 2015
Retail Sector Will Contribute Most To Energy Services Spend In 2015
Increasing Electricity Prices And Tightening Building Regulations Will Underpin Market Growth Between 2015 and 2020
The UK Energy Services Market Will Grow To £1.4 Billion By 2020


Figure 1. Definitions Of Energy Services Spend Areas
Figure 2. The Study Segments The Customer Base Into Six Industry Super-Sectors
Figure 3. Scope Of The Energy Services Market Analysis
Figure 4. UK Energy Services Market By Segment 2015-2020 (£m)
Figure 5. UK Energy Services Spend By Industry Group 2015-2020 (£m)
Figure 6. 2015-2020 CAGRs For Energy Services Spending By Segment
Figure 7. 2015-2020 CAGRs For Energy Services Spending By Industry Group


Aldi, BT, Carphone Warehouse, Colt, The Department of Energy & Climate Change, Guy’s and St Thomas, IMServ, Morrisons, NHS, NHS Waltham Forest, Norland Managed Services, Poundland, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Sainsbury’s, Schneider Electric, Tesco, Vodafone, Wipro EcoEnergy