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Reportlinker Adds Energy Management Systems for Commercial Buildings: Energy Efficiency, Commercial Demand Response, and Advanced Building Management Systems

November 30, 2009

NEW YORK, Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Energy Management Systems for Commercial Buildings: Energy Efficiency, Commercial Demand Response, and Advanced Building Management Systems

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Commercial buildings are the largest single consumers of energy in the United States. We live in a 24/7 environment where buildings and the equipment in them are running all the time. Whether it is heating up the office in morning before we come in or lights in offices, parking lots, hallways, and in other locations that are on for between 6 and 24 hours each day, or data centers where numerous racks of servers run constantly, our buildings are constantly consuming energy. The result is that commercial buildings are responsible for approximately 20% of the energy used annually in the U.S.

To reduce this usage and its associated costs and carbon emissions, a number of vendors are promoting a new generation of energy management systems (EMS), which are a combination of building management systems and advanced software solutions that assist in managing the building functions in a more energy efficient way to provide demand response controls when situations within the power grid demand it. The EMS market is still fairly nascent, but Pike Research anticipates ample opportunities for growth as new companies focused on the space emerge, and longstanding IT companies and building management system companies gravitate to this growing market. Key market players include companies as diverse as Johnson Controls, EnerNOC, Scientific Conservation, Cisco, and others. Pike Research forecasts that all of these factors will help drive the commercial demand response market to over 75,000 megawatt hours and the commercial building energy efficiency market to over $6.3 billion by 2020.

This report analyzes the emerging market for commercial building Energy Management Systems in depth, including a focus on energy efficiency, advanced building management systems, and the commercial demand response sector. Based on extensive supply-side and demand-side analysis, the report provides a comprehensive examination of business models and market drivers, technology issues, and the competitive landscape within this dynamic space. The report includes detailed market forecasts through 2020 along with profiles of key industry players.

Key questions addressed:

  • What does the current landscape for energy management systems for commercial buildings look like?
  • Who are the key players in the commercial energy management systems market?
  • What are the interconnected aspects of demand response, energy efficiency, and building management systems?
  • What does the future of the commercial demand response market look like?
  • What does the future of the commercial building energy efficiency market look like?

Who needs this report?

  • Building owners and managers
  • Energy management system software vendors
  • Investment community
  • Utilities and energy provider
  • Demand response customers
  • Demand response providers

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Overview

2. Market Issues

2.1 Commercial Buildings Energy Usage

2.1.1 Commercial Buildings in the United States

2.1.1.1 Office Space

2.1.1.2 Warehouse and Storage

2.1.1.3 Retail

2.1.1.4 Institutional

2.1.2 Energy Usage by Commercial Buildings

2.1.2.1 Energy Usage by Component

2.1.2.2 Energy Usage by Commercial Activity

2.1.3 Estimated Energy Costs for Commercial Buildings

2.2 Drivers for Improving Building Energy Efficiency

2.2.1 The Perceived Cost of Energy and Its Impact

2.2.1.1 Energy as a Cost of Doing Business

2.2.1.2 The Perception of the Rising Cost of Energy

2.2.1.3 Shifting Perspective – Energy as an Asset

2.2.2 Triple Bottom Line

2.2.3 Market Failures

2.2.3.1 Lack of Information Market Failure

2.2.3.2 Split Incentive Market Failure

2.2.4 Legislative, Regulatory, and Other Drivers

2.2.4.1 State-Level Regulation and Building Codes

2.2.4.1.1 Building Codes and Energy Efficiency

2.2.4.1.2 California Title 24, Part 6

2.2.4.2 Federal Legislative Efforts

2.2.4.2.1 Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007

2.2.4.2.2 American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009

2.2.4.2.3 EPA’s Energy Star Program

2.2.5 LEED Certification

2.3 Methods for Improving Building Energy Efficiency

2.3.1 Appliances and Equipment

2.3.2 Thermal Envelope

2.3.3 Lighting

2.3.4 On-Site Power Generation

2.4 Current Levels of Adoption of Energy Efficiency Efforts

3. Energy Management Systems

3.1 Definition of Energy Management

3.2 Definition of an Energy Management System

3.2.1 Improved Energy Efficiency

3.2.2 Demand Response

3.3 Components of an Energy Management System

3.3.1 Hardware

3.3.2 Software

3.3.3 Services

3.3.4 Other Aspects of Energy Management – Energy Procurement

4. Key Industry Players

4.1 The Competitive Landscape

4.1.1 Hardware Vendors

4.1.2 Software/Application Vendors

4.1.3 Services Vendors

4.1.4 Energy Services Companies (ESCOs)

4.1.5 Multi-Product Multi-Channel Vendors

4.2 List of Key Market Actors

4.2.1 Archibus

4.2.2 Architectural Energy Corp. (AEC)

4.2.3 Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)

4.2.4 Cimetrics

4.2.5 Cisco

4.2.6 Comverge

4.2.7 CPower

4.2.8 Distech Controls

4.2.9 Eaton

4.2.10 Echelon

4.2.11 EnerNOC

4.2.12 General Electric

4.2.13 Honeywell

4.2.14 IBM

4.2.15 Johnson Controls

4.2.16 MACH Energy

4.2.17 Prenova

4.2.18 Schneider Electric

4.2.19 Scientific Conservation (SCI)

4.2.20 Tririga

5. Market Forecasts

5.1 Overview

5.2 Energy Efficiency/EMS Market

5.2.1 Current Size of Energy Efficiency Market Segment

5.2.1.1 Estimating the Total Potential Energy Efficiency/EMS Market

5.2.1.2 Estimating the Available Energy Efficiency Market Segment

5.2.2 Forecasting the Energy Efficiency Market Segment

5.2.2.1 Estimating the Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market Segment through 2020

5.2.2.2 Estimating the Available Energy Efficiency Market Segment through 2020

5.2.3 Other Potential Factors

5.2.4 Conclusions

5.3 Demand Response Market Segment

5.3.1 Current Size of Demand Response Market Segment

5.3.2 Changes in Demand Response Market Segment Size

5.3.2.1 Impact of the Price of Electricity

5.3.2.2 Utility Willingness to Pay Not to Produce

5.3.2.3 Building and Recommissioning of More Efficient Buildings

5.3.3 Other Potential Factors

5.3.4 Future Demand Response Market Segment Projections

5.3.4.1 Four Scenarios for Peak Demand Growth

5.3.4.2 Projected Demand Response Market Segment at 7.5% of Peak Demand

5.3.4.3 Projected Demand of Response Market Segment at 10% of Peak Demand

5.3.4.4 U.S. Potential Demand Response Market Segment

6. Company Directory

7. Acronym and Abbreviation List

8. Table of Contents

9. Table of Charts and Figures

10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

Total Potential Market for EMS by Building Usage, United States: 2010-2020

Projected Demand Response, United States: 2008-2020

Total Potential Market for EMS by Building Usage, United States: 2010-2020

Commercial Buildings by Use Type, United States: 2008

Energy Usage in Commercial Buildings, United States: 2008

Energy Usage by Commercial Building Activity (% of Total Energy Used), United States: 2008

Energy Usage by Commercial Building Activity (Trillion BTUs), United States: 2008

Estimated Energy Costs by Commercial Building Activity, United States: 2008

Average Electricity Price per kWh Including Taxes, United States: 1964-2007

Retail Gasoline Prices (Regular), United States: September 1990 to March 2009

Primary Energy Consumption, United States: 1949-2008

Percentage of Commercial Buildings with Energy Efficiency Efforts in Place, U.S.: 2009

Estimated Total Commercial Building Space by Age and Usage, United States: 2008

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market for Commercial Buildings by Use, U.S.: 2009

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market for Commercial Buildings by Age, U.S.: 2009

Total Annual Energy Efficiency Market for Commercial Buildings by Usage, U.S.: 2009

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market for Commercial Buildings by Usage, U.S.: 2009

Projected Growth in Commercial Building Space by Age, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Market for EMS by Building Age, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Market for EMS by Building Usage, United States: 2010-2020

Projected Available Yearly Market for EMS by Building Age, United States: 2010-2020

Projected Available Yearly Market for EMS by Building Age, United States: 2010-2020

Progression toward the DOE’s Net-Zero Energy Building Goal

Levels of Energy Management and Demand Response

Projected Demand Response at 7.5% of Peak Demand, United States: 2008-2020

Projected Demand Response at 10% of Peak Demand, United States: 2008-2020

List of Tables

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market by Building Age, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Market for EMS by Building Usage, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market Segment, United States: 2010-2020 ($ Billions)

Projected Growth in Demand Response Market, United States: 2008-2020 (MWh)

Commercial Buildings by Use Type, United States: 2008

Energy Usage in Commercial Buildings, United States: 2008

Energy Usage by Commercial Building Activity (% of Total Energy Used), United States: 2008

Primary Energy Consumption by Building Category, United States: 2008

Average Electricity Price per kWh Including Taxes, United States: 1964-2007

Retail Gasoline Prices (Regular), United States: September 1990 to March 2009

Primary Energy Consumption in BTUs, United States: 1949-2008

Percentage of Commercial Buildings with Energy Efficiency Efforts in Place, United States: 1999 and 2003

Estimated Total Commercial Building Space by Age and Use, United States: 2009

Commercial Building Space by Age and Activity, United States: 2009

Commercial Building Cost to Upgrade Age and Activity, United States: 2009

Commercial Building Cost to Upgrade Age and Activity, Adjusted by Use Category, United States: 2009

Commercial Building Cost to Upgrade Age and Activity, Adjusted by the Percentage to Upgrade Annually, United States: 2009

Commercial Building Space by Age and Activity, United States: 2009

Projected Growth in Commercial Building Space by Age, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market by Building Age, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Market for EMS by Building Usage, United States: 2010-2020

Total Potential Energy Efficiency Market Segment, United States: 2010-2020 ($ Billions)

Total Annual Energy Efficiency Market by Building Age, United States: 2010-2020

Total Annual Energy Efficiency Market by Building Usage, United States: 2010-2020

Total Annual Energy Efficiency Market, United States: 2010-2020 ($ Billions)

Peak Demand, Winter, Summer, and Average, United States: 2003-2012

Projected Growth in Peak Demand, United States: 2008-2020 (MWh)

Projected Growth in Demand Response Market, United States: 2008-2020 (MWh)

To order this report: Energy Industry: Energy Management Systems for Commercial Buildings: Energy Efficiency, Commercial Demand Response, and Advanced Building Management Systems

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