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UK Facility Teams Use Energy As A Catalyst To Enhance Facility Performance

Date: 29 June 2016

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This report helps executives to benchmark their organization’s strategies, investments and priorities for energy management. Providers of energy management technologies and services can use this report to align their UK product plans with market demands. We analysed research from the Verdantix Energy Leaders 2015: Budgets and Priorities survey and a 2016 survey of executives responsible for energy management in the UK. We spoke with 36 UK-based executives holding titles such as Head of Energy, Head of Facilities and Chief Engineer. Verdantix analysis finds that UK facility teams seek partnerships with services firms who are going to help them to improve facility performance through the use of advanced analytics and improved data management.


UK Facility Teams Use Energy As A Catalyst To Enhance Facility Performance
UK Facility Strategies Focus On Building System Integration For Performance Enhancement
Firms Prioritize Data Management And Analytics To Deliver Building Performance Improvements
UK Managers Seek Implementation Partners For Delivery Of Successful Facility Management Strategies
Outsourced Remote Data Management And Asset Control Will Play A Larger Role Going Forward
Expected Energy Management Budget Growth Will Help Executives Meet Facility Performance Objectives


Figure 1. Energy Consumption Per Level Of Output Has Stabilized
Figure 2. Expected Integration Of Energy Into Asset, Facility And Sustainability Management Programmes
Figure 3. Achieved Business Benefits Of Energy Management Programmes
Figure 4. Significance Of Barriers To Energy Management Investments
Figure 5. Corporate Energy Management Priorities
Figure 6. Level Of Importance Of Service Provider Capabilities
Figure 7. Anticipated Energy Management Process Outsourcing
Figure 8. Anticipated Change In Energy Spend
Figure 9. Cumulative Decline In TRIAD Period Threshold
Figure 10. Anticipated Change In Energy Management Budgets


Ameresco, Barclays, BSRIA, BuildingIQ, The Carbon Trust, Elster EnergyICT, E.ON, eSight energy, European Commission, European Union, Honeywell EnergyICT, Inenco, LSI Utility Brokers, Matrix, MITIE, Nomura International, Optima Energy Systems, Phoenix Energy Technologies, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Tata Steel, Verisae, Vital Energi