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BEMS in Retrofit 2013 - UK, Germany, US

  • February 2013
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  • Bsria
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  • 69 pages

2011 total world BEMS value exceeded 3.1 billion Euros, up 20% on 2010. Nearly half of total revenue is generated within the European Union, growing at 19% per annum, driven principally by the need to comply with legislative and regulatory measures.

North America (USA & Canada) accounts for 25% of the world market, up 16% on 2010, primarily driven by Federal and State-specific regulatory initiatives, corporate social responsibility and green reporting commitments in the public sector and big business, and supply-side urge for “smart energy” solutions. Asia Pacific is expected to become the fastest growing region due to ambitious plans of regional governments to develop smart grids and smart buildings in the next two decades.

Non-residential buildings built between 1961 and 1990 are the primary retrofit objective now and in the medium term and so the best target for BEMS. These account for 44% of the building stock across the EU27 and over 50% (approx. 3.5 million buildings) in the US. Germany, the UK, and France which collectively account for half of total EU non-residential floor space and 42% of total non-residential buildings, offer the greatest retrofit potential in Europe. The EU BEMS market is still very far from maturity, and is forecast to double in the next five years, growing at 14% CAGR to reach 2.5 billion Euros by 2017.

The EU BEMS market will be driven by the following factors: Further requirements for energy saving and energy efficiency. Regulatory pressure on energy intensive industries. Increase in energy prices. Growing awareness of energy savings potential. Further demand for sustainable energy solutions in corporate social responsibility. In the USA, the BEMS market will continue to expand over the next five years, growing at 16% CAGR to reach 1.8 billion USD by 2017, two times higher than its value in 2012. Key market drivers are expected to be as follows: Federal support for energy efficiency. Technology enhancements and system convergence. Growth in energy prices. Growth in consumer awareness. New market entries and introduction of high value solutions

Table Of Contents

BEMS in Retrofit 2013 - UK, Germany, US
A. Scope of the Study
B. Market Size and Dynamics
C. Market Structure: Comparison Across Principal Country Markets
D. Approaching BEMS Penetration and Potential: Non-Residential Building Stock in EU-27 and the USA
E. BEMS and BACS Penetration: EU-27 and the USA
F. BEMS Installation Potential in Existing Buildings: EU-27 and the USA
G. Market Drivers: Principal Changes
H. Types of Players and Competitive Landscape
I. Routes to Market and Business Models
J. Market Outlook
K. Glossary



Companies Mentioned

AENEA EMS (DE), TEAM (UK), IMServ (UK), Johnson Controls, Honeywell, Siemens, MITIE (UK), Balfour Beatty (UK), Dussmann Service (DE), Johnson Controls, WISAG (DE), IBM, SAP,HIS

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