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Energy Efficiency Global Products and Services Markets

NEW YORK, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Energy Efficiency Global Products and Services Markets

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The global energy efficiency (EE) market encompasses product and service markets that enable residential, commercial and industrial energy consumers to use less energy and save money. EE products include EE building goods, EE appliances, EE consumer electronics, smart meters, EE lighting, motor efficiency controllers, power management software and EE vehicles. EE services encompass smart grid, demand response, cloud computing and consulting and auditing services and also include energy service companies (ESCOs).

SBI Energy estimates in 2012, the total global energy efficiency market totaled a hefty $595.45 billion. Although growth slipped a bit during the global recession of 2008-2009, business has picked back up and many market segments are now thriving. The future of the global EE market remains bright, as some segments enjoy especially prosperous growth. Smart meters are projected to experience a near 732.9% hike between 2012 and 2023, while EE appliances are expected to grow nearly 574% in the same time period.

A number of driving and inhibitory factors are affecting growth in this many-faceted market, some impacting the market as a whole and others only specific market segments. One of the most noteworthy factors influencing the total EE market is an increase in the number and stringency of regulations and other EE requirements around the world. This movement has helped to spur growth in many EE markets, as governments, manufacturers, businesses and others strive to reduce energy use in order to meet the new standards.

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

Report Scope

Energy Efficiency Markets Around the Globe

Energy Efficient Products and Services

MARKET SIZE AND GROWTHThe Global Energy Efficiency Market Exceeds $595 Billion Commercial EE Products and Services Reaches $170.51 Billion Global Market for EE Building Products Totals $97 Billion in 2012 Market for EE Consulting/Auditing Services Passes $80 Billion Market for EE Products and Services Reaches $3.2 Trillion Commercial EE Products & Services Adds Up to $870 Billion EE Consulting & Auditing Services Estimated at $479 Billion European Union

FACTORS IN MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH

Global Population Increase May Inspire Growth

Economic Health Affects Market Size and Growth

Global Competition and Cooperation Propel Market Growth

Associations, Organizations, Expos & Conventions Fuel Growth

Upfront Costs for EE Retrofits May be Daunting

AROUND THE WORLDElectricity Generation around the World Global EE Investments Vary Widely by Region Energy Efficiency Schemes Cross Borders National Energy Efficiency Action Plans

NEW AND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Nanotechnology Used in EE Products and Services

Building Efficiency Products

EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATIONMany Types of Employees in EE Market Approximately 15.6 Million Employed in EE Market in 2012

CHAPTER 2: INTRODUCTION

REPORT SCOPE

REPORT METHODOLOGY

TO CALCULATE PROJECTION DATA FOR THE GLOBAL EE MARKET, HISTORICAL DATA WERE ANALYZED, ALONG WITH CURRENT AND UPCOMING TRENDS THAT MAY AFFECT MARKET SIZE AND DIRECTION OF GROWTH, SUCH AS TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES AND HURDLES, ECONOMIC CONSTRAINTS AND ADVANTAGES AND REGIONAL POLITICS AND POLICIES.

MARKET OVERVIEW

ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKETS AROUND THE GLOBE

ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

PRODUCTSBuilding Efficiency Products Energy Efficient Appliances Energy Efficient Consumer Electronics Smart Meters Lighting Motor Efficiency Controllers Power Management Software Energy Efficient Vehicles

SERVICES

Smart Grid

Combined Heat and Power/Cogeneration

Cloud Computing

Energy Efficiency Consulting and Auditing

Energy Service Companies

CHAPTER 3: MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH

DATA METHODOLOGY MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH HISTORIC GROWTH IN THE GLOBAL EE MARKET THE GLOBAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKET EXCEEDS $595 BILLION RESIDENTIAL EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES RESTS AT $133.3 BILLION COMMERCIAL EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES REACHES $170.51 BILLION INDUSTRIAL EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES EXCEEDS $290 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE PRODUCTS CALCULATED AT $399 BILLION IN 2012 GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE BUILDING PRODUCTS TOTALS $97 BILLION IN 2012 GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE APPLIANCES RESTS AT $74 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS LEVELS AT $63 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART METERS APPROACHES $6.48 BILLION IN 2012 GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE LIGHTING RISES TO $15.5 BILLION IN 2012 GLOBAL MARKET FOR MOTOR EFFICIENCY CONTROLLERS NEARS $10 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR POWER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE AT $.72 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE VEHICLES ESTIMATED AT $40 BILLION IN 2012 GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE SERVICES MEASURED AT $205 BILLION IN 2012 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART GRID SERVICES EQUALS $1.64 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR COGENERATION SERVICES ADDS UP TO $2.5 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES TOTALS $52 BILLION MARKET FOR EE CONSULTING/AUDITING SERVICES PASSES $80 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR ESCO SERVICES CALCULATED AT $30 BILLION MARKET PROJECTIONS MARKET FOR EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES REACHES $3.3 TRILLION RESIDENTIAL EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES NEARS $724 BILLION IN 2023 COMMERCIAL EE PRODUCTS & SERVICES ADDS UP TO $870 BILLION INDUSTRIAL EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES NEARS $1.3 TRILLION IN 2023 MARKET FOR EE PRODUCTS CALCULATED AT $2.14 TRILLION IN 2023 MARKET FOR EE BUILDING PRODUCTS ADDS UP TO $258 BILLION IN 2023 MARKET FOR EE APPLIANCES RESTS AT $500 BILLION IN 2023 MARKET FOR EE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS LEVELS AT $261 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART METERS APPROACHES $54 BILLION IN 2023 THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE LIGHTING RISES TO $71 BILLION IN 2023 MARKET FOR MOTOR EFFICIENCY CONTROLLERS REACHES $50.5 BILLION MARKET FOR POWER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE APPROACHES $4 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE VEHICLES ESTIMATED AT $450 BILLION IN 2023 GLOBAL MARKET FOR EE SERVICES MEASURED AT $1.2 TRILLION IN 2023 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART GRID SERVICES EQUALS $20 BILLION IN 2023 GLOBAL MARKET FOR COGENERATION SERVICES ADDS UP TO $13 BILLION MARKET FOR CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES WORKS OUT TO $309 BILLION EE CONSULTING & AUDITING SERVICES ESTIMATED AT $479 BILLION GLOBAL MARKET FOR ESCO SERVICES CALCULATED AT $139 BILLION TOP DOZEN COUNTRIES DOMINATE GLOBAL EE MARKET EUROPEAN UNION CHINA UNITED STATES UNITED KINGDOM INDIA GERMANY JAPAN FRANCE BRAZIL ITALY RUSSIA CANADA AUSTRALIA

CHAPTER 4: FACTORS IN MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH

FACTORS IN MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH

GLOBAL POPULATION INCREASE MAY INSPIRE GROWTH

POPULATIONS AROUND THE GLOBE

HOW MUCH SAVINGS ARE WE REALLY TALKING ABOUT?

ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKETS VS. RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKETS

ECONOMIC HEALTH AFFECTS MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH

FACTORS INSPIRING GROWTHGlobal Competition and Cooperation Propel Market Growth Economic Slump Inspires Demand for Energy Savings Technological Advancements Spur Growth Utility Companies Pulled into Energy Efficiency Market Regulations Becoming More Stringent Consumer Desire to Go Green Not Entirely Pure Rising Energy Prices Inspire Energy Efficiency Companies Involved in Energy Efficiency More Stable Tax Credits and Rebates for EE Products and Services Encourage Sales Energy Efficiency Leads to Energy Security

ASSOCIATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS, EXPOS & CONVENTIONS FUEL GROWTH FACTORS IMPEDING GROWTH

Upfront Costs for EE Retrofits May be Daunting

Convincing the Public to Pay More for EE Products Not Always So Easy

EE Subsidies May Backfire

Skeptics Worry Improved Efficiency Will Lead to Increased Consumption

OVERVIEW: ENERGY EFFICIENCY PRODUCTS MARKETSBuilding Efficiency Products EE Appliances Consumer Electronics Smart Meters EE Lighting Motor Efficiency Controllers Power Management Software EE Vehicles

OVERVIEW: ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICE MARKETS

Smart Grid

Combined Heat and Power/Cogeneration

Cloud Computing

EE Consulting/Auditing

ESCOs

CHAPTER 5: AROUND THE WORLD

ELECTRICITY GENERATION AROUND THE WORLD GLOBAL EE INVESTMENTS VARY WIDELY BY REGION

WORLD ORGANIZATIONS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

World Energy Efficiency Association

The Alliance to Save Energy

The Super-Efficient Equipment and Appliance Deployment

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership

ACEEE International Energy Efficiency Scorecard

Minimum Energy Performance Standards

ENERGY EFFICIENCY SCHEMES CROSS BORDERS COUNTRIES JOIN FORCESNational Energy Efficiency Action Plans

COUNTRIES MOST INVOLVED IN THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKET

EUROPEAN UNION

European Action Plan for Energy Efficiency

Comparative Energy Performance Labeling

Europe's Energy Efficiency Directive

SmartGrids ETP

Europe Expecting Hefty EE Building Boost

E.U.'s Country Involvement in EE

The United Kingdom

Germany

Italy

France

Spain

CHINAThe National Development and Reform Commission Energy Conservation Law China's Comparative Labeling Program China's State Grid Invests $250 Billion China Has High Interests in EE and Renewables China's Ministry of Finance Releases Stimulus Package China Invests in Smart Meters

UNITED STATES

The National Action Plan on Energy Efficiency

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007

The U.S. EnerGuide Comparative Label

The U.S. ENERGY STAR® Program

The U.S. Consortium on Energy Efficiency

The National Association of Energy Service Companies

State's Offer Financial Assistance for EE

The United States Invests in Smart Grid Technology

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

United States Heavily Involved in Cogeneration

U.S. States Have Own Programs

U.S.'s Smart Energy Act

U.S. DOE Awards $14 Million

ICF Awarded $13.5 Million Contract

INDIAIndia's Energy Conservation Act Indian S&L Program India's PAT Mechanism India's National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency Bachat Lamp Yojana India's Power Woes India Invests in Energy Efficiency

JAPAN

Japan's 1979 Act on the Rational Use of Energy

Japan's Energy Comparison Labeling System

BRAZILThe Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy The National Policy for the Conservation and Rational Use of Energy Energy Efficiency: Global Products Table of Contents and Services Markets December 2012 © SBI Energy v Brazil's Energy Efficiency Labels Brazil Backs Away from Smart Meter

RUSSIA

Energy Strategy of the Russian Federation

Federal law on Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency Improvement

Russia to Enter the EE Market in Full Force

CANADACanada's Office of Energy Efficiency Canada's EnerGuide Canada's EcoEnergy Initiative Canada's Tax Exemption EcoENERGY Whirlpool Canada Wins Fourth Energy Star Manufacturer of the Year AUSTRALIA

Australia's NABERS and E-3 Labeling Programs

The Building Code of Australia

Melbourne's Environmental Upgrade Agreement

Australia's Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards

Australia's Green Star

Government Grants for EE Schemes Do Exist

New South Wales Energy Savings Scheme

New Carbon Tax in Australia May Spur Growth in EE Markets

NEW AND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES NANOTECHNOLOGY USED IN EE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES BUILDING EFFICIENCY PRODUCTS EE APPLIANCES EE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SMART METERS EE LIGHTING MOTOR EFFICIENCY CONTROLLERS POWER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE EE VEHICLES SMART GRID COGENERATION/CHP CLOUD COMPUTING

CHAPTER 7: EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATION

MANY TYPES OF EMPLOYEES IN EE MARKET

APPROXIMATELY 15.6 MILLION EMPLOYED IN EE MARKET IN 2012

ABOUT 48.78 MILLION EMPLOYED IN EE MARKET IN 2023

WIDE RANGE OF SALARY LEVELS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

ENERGY EFFICIENCY HELPS TO PROMOTE JOBS

PROFESSIONALS SKILLED IN EE MAY BE LACKING

ACEEE'S BUILDING TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTER PROGRAM

DOE USES STUDENTS TO AUDIT MANUFACTURING FACILITIES

AMARESCO, INC.

Corporate Overview Company Financials Ameresco's Services Ameresco Holds Own In Energy Efficiency World COFELY GDF SUEZ

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

Cofely's Services

DAIKIN INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.

Corporate Overview

Chapter 1: Executive Summary Energy Efficiency: Global Products and Services Markets

Company Financials Daikin's Energy Efficiency Products

DALKIA PLC

Corporate Overview Dalkia's Financials Dalkia Places Importance on Energy Efficiency DANFOSS GROUP

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

Danfoss Boasts Array of EE Products

Danfoss' EE Projects

ENERGY AUTOMATION SYSTEMS, INC.

Corporate Overview

EASI and Energy Efficiency ENERNOC, INC.

Corporate Profile

Company Financials

ENERNOC's Technologies ESCO ENERGY SOLUTIONS

Corporate Overview

ESCO's Energy Efficiency Services

GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

GE's Products and Services

GE's Energy Efficiency Focus

HITACHI, LTD.

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

Hitachi Focuses on Energy Efficiency HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INC.

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

Honeywell Has Stake in Energy Efficiency

Honeywell Building Solutions

POWER EFFICIENCY CORP.

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

PE's Energy Efficiency Technology

POWER SINES, LTD.

Corporate Overview

Power Sines' EE Technology

SEESMART TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

Corporate Overview

Company Financials

SeeSmart EE Lighting Products and Schemes

QUALCOMM, INC.

Corporate Profile

Company Financials

Qualcomm Invests in EE technologies

To order this report:Electrical_Equipment Industry: Energy Efficiency Global Products and Services Markets

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