UK Energy Services: Market Forecast 2018-2023
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Table of contentsUK Energy Services: Market Forecast 2018-2023
Forecasting The UK Energy Services Market
Compliance Requirements And Expanding EPC Frameworks Will Support Growth Despite Sluggish Energy Prices
Energy Services Firms Will Expand Into Adjacent Segments To Find Growth
Retailers And The Public Sector Continue To Lead Energy Services Spending Levels In 2018
The UK Energy Services Market Will Grow To £1.5 Billion By 2023
Market Participants Need To Plan For Uncertainty Under Brexit And Future Policy Changes
Table of figuresFigure 1. Definitions Of Energy Services Spend Areas
Figure 2. The Customer Base Segmented Into Six Industry Super-Sectors
Figure 3. UK Energy Services Market By Segment 2018-2023 (£m)
Figure 4. UK Energy Services Spend By Industry Group 2018-2023 (£m)
Figure 5. 2018-2023 CAGRs For Energy Services Spending By Segment
Figure 6. 2018-2023 CAGRs For Energy Services Spending By Industry Group
Organisations mentionedAimteq, Aldi, Alfa Energy, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty, Amber Energy, Ameresco, Anesco, Asset+, Breathe Energy, Carbon And Energy Fund, Carbon Credentials, Caverion, Churchcom, Colt, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, E.ON, EMpower, ENGIE, Essentia, EvoEnergy, Evora, Flexible Energy Management, Grant Thornton, Horizon Energy Group, Ignite Energy, Innology, Inspired Energy, Interserve, ISS, Kingfisher, Love Energy Savings, Matrix, National Grid, NHS, Marks & Spencer, McDonald's, Mitie, npower, Professional Cost Management, RE:FIT, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Signify, Solarcentury, SystemsLink, Tesco, Utilitywise, Vale of Glamorgan Council, Verco.
About the author
Susan is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings Practice. Her current research agenda focuses on integrated solutions for real estate management and energy services. Susan has eight years of experience in technology research. She holds a MSc from the University of London in Sustainable Development.