Building Energy Management Systems Market In Europe - Growth, Trends And Forecasts (2016 - 2021)

  • ID: 3109747
  • Report
  • Region: Europe
  • 75 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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Buildings are at the pivotal centre of our lives. The characteristics of a building, its design, its look and feel, and its technical standards not only influence our productivity, our well-being, our moods and our interactions with others, they also define how much energy is consumed in and by a building, and how much heating, ventilation and cooling energy is needed to create a pleasant environment.

Building energy use is driven by demographics, economic development, lifestyles, changes in energy sources and technology. With high CO2 emissions and growing demand for electric power the need for effective & efficient energy management system is felt now more than ever.

Thus the evolution of Building Energy Management Systems or BEMS

A Building Energy Management System (BEMS) can do a range of extremely useful things. It can:
1) Switch plant on and off automatically
2) Optimise plant operation and services
3) Monitor plant status and environmental conditions
4) Provide energy analysis and management information

The BEMS industry will see a rapid growth as the demand grows for reducing global greenhouse emissions, increasing amounts of renewable energy integration into the smart grid and rising prices of fossil fuels. Bigger companies cite the importance of Energy Efficiency and are going all out to achieve dominance. Furthermore, there is huge scope for multiple convergences of technology, services & competition. The market though in its infancy, now is the time to get these strategic alliances in place.

Today, in managing energy and environment in Smart Buildings, there are four different areas that can and will play important roles. Of these, BEMS sits at the centre; providing the control of the buildings environment and delivers most of the data and information, upon which the EEM system provides an end-to-end solution for enterprise energy management in the building.

Drivers
- Urbanization: all over the world, cities need to become smarter: more efficient, more liveable and more sustainable.
This means: improving the efficiency of the city’s underlying urban infrastructures (electricity grid, gas distribution system, water distribution system, public transportation systems, public services, commercial buildings, hospitals, homes, etc); Becoming a better place to live, work and play
- Reducing its environmental impact – lower carbon footprint, urban regeneration, parks and trees, etc

Challenges
- While smart technology is converging, the different levels of activity are still predominantly driven and led by a different group of organizations. - Moving from the specific to the more general, the interpersonal and organizational aspects become more central. Given the complexity, the process of creation and organization is likely to be collaborative
- The report focuses on the BEMS growth potential in Europe and the competitive landscape. The strength and weaknesses of each company and leaders (their market shares) in BEMS market by country. The report as well lists & broaches on the inter-relationship among Utility Providers/Energy Service Companies, Building Automation Control Companies, Smart Devices, Appliances and HVAC Companies, Energy Management Software Companies, Property Management Companies, Energy Services / Building Insulation / Specialist Building Retrofitting Companies.
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Section 1
Executive Summary
Market Overview
Market Opportunities
Competitive Environment

Section 2
Market Issues
2.1 Market Overview
2.2 BEMS Market 2014: Developments in Europe
2.3 Geographic Segmentation
2.4 Market Size and Dynamics: EU
2.4.1 Commercial Building Stock in EU
2.4.2 Residential Building Stock in EU
2.5 Current Trends in the BEMS Market
2.5.1 Northern Europe
2.5.2 Southern Europe
2.5.3 Eastern Europe
2.5.4 Western Europe
2.6 “Retrofit opportunity” in Europe: Obsolete building stock
2.6.1 Older Building – an Untapped Market for Retrofit
2.7. Technology Overview
2.7.1 Big Data
2.7.2 Convergence of IT and BEMS
2.7.3 Co-opetition
2.7.4 Enabling Technologies Fostering Competition
2.7.6 Platforms and Apps
2.7.7 Utilities and Demand Side Management (DSM) Programs
2.7.8 Cloud-Based Computing
2.8 Market Drivers
2.8.1 Demand side vs. supply side
2.8.1.1 Demand Side Drivers: Moving from “Green Zone” to “Red Zone”
2.8.1.2 Supply Side Drivers: Management, Revenues, Retention
2.8.2 Benefit of Cost Reduction
2.8.3 Enhanced Brand or Public Image
2.8.4 Green Building Incentives
2.8.5 National Energy Security
2.8.6 Europe Regulatory Landscape
2.8.7 Increasing usage of BEMS
2.8.8 Convergence of technologies
2.8.9 Technology savvy consumers
2.8.10 Consumer exposure to lifestyles
2.8.11 High disposable incomes & willingness of consumers to spend
2.8.12 Shift from luxury products to necessities
2.8.13 Changing consumer behaviour, perception and outlook
2.8.14 Safety & security
2.8.15 Optimal & efficient use of energy
2.8.16 Comfort & convenience
2.8.17 New Product Offerings and Ease of Implementation
2.9 Market Hurdles
2.9.1 Split Incentives
2.9.2 Limited Budgets and Financial Solutions
2.9.3 ROI and Project Payback
2.9.4 Uncertainty about the Amount of Savings
2.9.5 Limited Expertise
2.9.6 Value of Implementing a BEMS Solution
2.9.7 Lack of skilled personnel
2.9.8 Lack of awareness among stakeholders
2.9.9 Geo-political concerns
2.9.10 Regional issues – disintegration of EU fears
2.9.11 Recessionary fears
2.9.12 Failing economies
2.9.13 Interest rate / exchange rate fluctuations
2.9.14 High cost
2.9.15 Service support
2.10 Opportunities
2.10.1 Advancement in technology is making integration of diverse products easy – – for example, access to internet enabled devices like computers, smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, smart TVs, blue ray players, connected TVs, internet set-top boxes
2.10.2 Wide and competitive product range
2.10.3 Aspirational attitude of consumers
2.10.4 Improving country GDP / Industrial & Trade figures
2.10.5 Rising employment figures
2.10.6 Double income households
2.10.7 Care of aged parents / children
2.10.8 Quality & superior product range
2.10.9 Commercial
2.10.9.1 Appealing office – enhanced brand / public image
2.10.9.2 Reduced operating costs on energy consumption and utility
2.10.9.3 Regulated room temperature
2.10.9.4 Evacuation efficiency in case of emergency
2.10.9.5 No annoying Flicker, No hum
2.10.9.6 Keep tenants happy; attract new ones, higher rents

Section 3
Technology Issues
3.1 Components of a Building Energy Management System
3.1.1 Hardware
3.1.2 Software
3.1.3 Services
3.2 Demand Response
3.3 Key Trends and Commonality of BEMS Features

Section 4
Key Industry Players and Competitive Landscape
4.1 Types of Players
4.2 Competitive Landscape in EU
4.3 The Leading BEMS Providers
4.4 Summary of the Major BEMS Suppliers
4.5 Primary Lines of Business of BEMS Suppliers
4.6 Leading BACS Players
4.7 Corporate Building Automation & Controls Suppliers
4.8 Corporate IT Companies
4.9 Other Major BEMS Players – Property Management/Building Insulation Solutions/ Networking, Communication, Data Management/Energy Management Software
4.10 Building Energy Management Solutions: Some Capabilities
4.11 Building Energy Management Suppliers – Core Areas
4.12 Sub Metering – The Regulatory Framework
4.13 The Effects and Implications of Sub Metering
4.14 The Impact of Sub Metering

Section 5
Market Forecasts
5.1 Forecast Introduction
5.2 Market Conditions for EU BEMS Solutions
5.2.1 Germany: Market Size and Trends, 2013-2020E
5.2.2 The UK: Market Size and Trends, 2013-2020E
5.2.3 France: Market Size and Trends, 2013-2020E
5.2.4 Spain: Market Size and Trends, 2013-2020E
5.2.5 Italy: Market Size and Trends, 2013-2020E

Section 6
Company Directory
Vendor Profiles

Section7
Table of Charts and Figures
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