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Suppliers Progress In Opening Up Energy Services Outsourcing Opportunities

Date: 30 September 2015

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Numerous suppliers in the energy services market have developed outsourced energy services propositions, from those covering a single process – such as energy procurement – to broader offerings that cover multiple areas of energy management. Leveraging proprietary Verdantix data from multi-year surveys, this report helps energy services suppliers answer two key questions: How has customer demand for outsourcing energy solutions evolved? What strategies are energy services firms using to develop opportunities in energy services outsourcing? The analysis finds that there continues to be growth potential in the energy outsourcing market, with firms from all sectors considering outsourcing energy processes in the future. Suppliers are making progress in developing opportunities through strategies including leveraging Proof Of Concept programmes to build customer trust, and using energy procurement as a launch pad to sell broader energy efficiency services.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Suppliers Progress In Opening Up Energy Services Outsourcing Opportunities
Corporates Prioritize The Outsourcing Of Energy Data Management
Survey Data Point To Untapped Market Opportunity Across Outsourced Management Services
Energy Services Providers Are Making Progress In Engaging Customers On Outsourcing

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Energy Management Processes Outsourced To External Firms
Figure 2. Plans To Outsource In The Future By Industry Group

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Accenture, Ameresco, BuildingIQ, Carillion, Cisco, E.ON, Elster EnergyICT, EnergyQuote JHA, EnerNOC, Greenfield Energy, Gridium, GridPoint, IBM, IKEA, Johnson Controls, Kohl’s, Lloyds Bank, M&C Energy, MITIE, Ofgem, Oxford County Council, Sainsbury’s, Schneider Electric, Summit Energy, Verisae, Walgreens, Walmart, Wipro EcoEnergy