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Building Energy Management Software Market Size & Forecast 2014-2020

Date: 28 December 2015

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Cost savings opportunities, regional and national building energy efficiency policies, globally increasing energy prices and changing market trends are driving demand and growth in the building energy management software market. This report helps building energy management software suppliers and partners project revenue streams and plan sales and marketing strategies by sizing and forecasting the market for their software products. Verdantix forecasts the building energy management software market in eight countries – Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, the UK and the US – will grow from $277 million in 2014 to $505 million in 2020.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Building Energy Management Software Market Size & Forecast 2014-2020
Forecasting The Building Energy Management Software Market
Building Energy Management Software Market Totaled $277 Million In 2014
Positive Drivers Will Support Market Growth Trajectory
Software Suppliers Are Looking To Partnerships To Open Up The Next Stage Of Growth
Building Energy Management Software Spend Will Hit $505 Million In 2020

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Average Deal Size Range By Industry Segment
Figure 2. Spend On Building Energy Management Software Will Hit $505 Million In 2020
Figure 3. Building Energy Management Software Spend By Country In 2014
Figure 4. Building Energy Management Software Spend By Industry Segment In 2014
Figure 5. Building Energy Management Software Spend By Country 2014-2020
Figure 6. Building Energy Management Software CAGR By Country 2014-2020
Figure 7. Building Energy Management Software Spend By Sector 2014-2020
Figure 8. Building Energy Management Software CAGR By Sector 2014-2020

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Ameresco, Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, BT, Carlsberg UK, China National Development and Reform Commission, Cinemark Theaters, Colliers International, DEXMA, Energenz, EnerNOC, Envizi, eSight Energy, European Commission, IBM, International Energy Agency, Lucid, Office Depot, OneStop, Phoenix Energy Technology, Reliance, Sainsbury’s, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Singapore National Environment Agency, Switch Automation, Tata Power, Tesco, Ulbrich Stainless Steel and Special Metals, US Congress, US General Services Administration, Verisae, Walmart, Wipro EcoEnergy