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Global Energy Leaders Survey 2016: Budgets And Priorities

Date: 30 June 2016

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report helps energy and facilities directors to understand and benchmark their energy management strategies, current budgets and improvement priorities with high revenue firms globally. Verdantix interviewed 250 energy management decision-makers and budget holders from firms with revenues of at least $250 million to over $1 billion. The energy leaders were from 16 different geographies (Australia; Brazil; Canada; China; the DACH region covering Austria, Germany and Switzerland; France; India; Italy; Mexico; the Middle East; the Nordics covering Finland, Norway and Sweden; Russia; Singapore; South Africa; the UK; and the US) and 21 industries aggregated into five sector groups (business and financial services, consumer services, energy and basic resources, manufacturing, and retail and consumer products). This report is also useful for suppliers of energy management software and services to understand which energy management initiatives are a priority, and which will see increased spend in the near future.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Global Energy Leaders Survey 2016: Budgets And Priorities
Verdantix Surveyed 250 Directors Responsible For Energy Management
Corporates See Room For Improvement In Energy Management Across The Board
Corporates Will Focus On Improving Energy Data Systems And Employee Engagement In 2017

Energy Management Budgets Will See Small Increases In The Next 12 Months
Energy Management Spend Is Linked To Industry Sector
Firms Are Divided Around Whether Expenditure On Energy Will Increase Or Decrease In 2017
Energy Management Budgets Will Stay Flat Or Increase Softly In 2017

2017 Investments Will Focus On Energy Efficient Upgrades And Data Management

Cost Reduction And Operational Efficiency Continue To Drive Energy Management Programmes
Project Implementation Will Focus On Proven Technologies
Outsourcing Will Focus On Energy Data Management Processes
Deployments Of Onsite Solar Generation Continue At A Steady Increase

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Geographic Location Of Survey Respondents
Figure 2. Industry Categories Of Firms Surveyed
Figure 3. Corporate Effectiveness At Managing Different Energy Processes
Figure 4. Priority Energy Process Improvements For The Next Year
Figure 5. Estimated Size Of Energy Management Budgets Overall
Figure 6. Estimated Size Of Energy Management Budgets By Industry Group
Figure 7. Expected Change In Spend On Energy In The Next Financial Year
Figure 8. Expected Change In Spend On Energy In The Next Financial Year By Region
Figure 9. Expected Change In Spend On Energy Management In The Next Financial Year
Figure 10. Expected Change In Spend On Energy Management In The Next Financial Year By Region
Figure 11. Factors Driving Investment In Energy Management
Figure 12. Scale Of Investments In Energy Management Initiatives
Figure 13. Energy Management Processes Outsourced To External Firms
Figure 14. Scale Of Investments In Onsite Power Generation Technologies

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

CPS Energy, Dow Jones, EnerNOC, Envizi, Eskom, EY, FTSE, Huawei, IBM, Inenco, Kingspan Group, Lucid, Sainbury’s, Schneider Electric, Tesco, Utilitywise, Walmart