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10 Hot Trends For Energy Management In 2016

Date: 21 December 2015

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report explores the key trends across energy services and energy management software that will impact commercial, industrial and utility sectors in 2016 and beyond. It builds on continuous Verdantix research into energy technologies, energy services and power utilities, including interviews we conducted with over 600 energy managers between 2013 and 2015. The analysis finds that while energy management is now mature across some areas, executives and energy services practice leaders will be busy in 2016 refining their strategies for the SME market, determining how to take advantage of disruptive technologies such as energy storage, and continuing efforts to develop end-to-end energy management offerings.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

10 Hot Trends For Energy Management In 2016

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Aimteq, Ameresco, Bidgely, Bloom Energy, Bouygues, British Gas, Carbon Holdings, DEXMA, Ecova, Elster EnergyICT, EnerNOC, Engie, E.ON, FirstFuel, Inspired Energy, LG Chem, OneEnergy, ONZO, Orcan Energy, Panoramic Power, Power Efficiency, Powerhouse Dynamics, Retroficiency, Siemens, STC Energy, Tesla, t-mac, Utilitywise, Utilyx, Verisae, ViryaNet, WEMS