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連網家庭的能源 (2015年):技術性演進·市場環境·普及策略

Energy in the Connected Home 2015: Technology Evolution, Landscape and Distribution Strategies

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連網家庭的能源 (2015年):技術性演進·市場環境·普及策略 Energy in the Connected Home 2015: Technology Evolution, Landscape and Distribution Strategies
出版日期: 2015年03月20日 內容資訊: 英文
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由於消費者對智慧型裝置的高度興趣及雲端平台開發上的創新等因素,家庭用能源管理市場已進入分析主導技術之普及與定義下的第三階段。

本報告提供以美國及加拿大市場為中心的家用能源管理趨勢相關調查,提供您家庭的能源消費趨勢,各種方案·計劃,參與業者的種類與生態、技術性發展趨勢,彙整家庭內系統解決方案的結構,企業間的M&A,聯盟,投資等趨勢等資料。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 連網家庭的能源經營管理

  • 美國的家庭所得 vs 消費量
  • 美國平均所得一元之家庭消費量
  • 家庭的數位化
  • 美國的平均家庭能源消費量
  • 連網家庭:各類服務等

第3章 提供價值

  • 公共事業經營者的提供價值
  • 服務供應商&供應商的提供價值
  • 消費者的提供價值
  • 附加特徵的價值
  • 智慧家庭服務供應商的SWOT分析

第4章 美國家庭的宏觀趨勢:各地區

  • 家庭的平均能源消費量
  • 每位消費者平均年度能源消費量
  • 美國的平均電力價格
  • 美國家庭的能源消費量和比例的變化:各地區

第5章 規格和開發者的生態系統

  • 各種通訊協定規格
  • 主要的開發者聯盟和生態系統

第6章 供應商環境

  • 供應商的生態系統

第7章 家庭內的設備

  • 從恆溫器閘道器:主要的特徵
  • 閘道器軟體平台
  • 月台軟體平台供應商的銷售管道

第8章 大規模零售業者

  • 大規模零售業者:解決方案詳細內容

第9章 寬頻&安全服務供應商

  • 寬頻&安全服務供應商:配套服務
  • 寬頻&安全服務供應商:軟體平台
  • AT&T Digital Life
  • 根據用戶數的前10名安全供應商
  • 家庭自動化&附能源管理服務的家庭保全十用戶
  • Vivint市場上的配合措施等

第10章 太陽能服務供應商

  • 太陽能經營者的主要計劃
  • Enphase Energy的家庭能源管理

第11章 分析師的註記:分離 (Disaggregation) 技術與其企業

  • 分離研究及技術
  • 分離:回饋的優點
  • 提供分離服務的主要供應商
  • 主要的解決方案
  • 商務案例等

第12章 家用需量反應

  • 家庭加入轉換到需求端經營管理計劃
  • 整體加入轉換到需求端經營管理計劃
  • 家用需量反應計劃等

第13章 財務趨勢:M&A·風險企業資金·私人股權

  • 家庭能源市場上M&A·聯盟
  • 家庭自動化&能源經營管理平台相關的M&A
  • 供應商資金·私人股權投資等

第14章 總論

第15章 附錄

目錄

Spurred by the rapid increase of consumer interest in smart devices, coupled with innovation in cloud platform development, the residential energy management market is entering its third phase, defined by an abundance of analytics-driven technologies.

In an environment that promotes energy efficiency and wider adoption of variable pricing schemes, state-mandated targets and efforts to improve peak load control led utilities to define and deploy HEMS 1.0 technology through direct load control and thermostat programs. More recently, however, bundled residential services from blue chip and startup service providers that incorporate energy management have challenged utilities' limited incumbent position. By offering a greater variety of services that extend past traditional core competencies and into services that go beyond energy management, service providers are steadily realizing increased customer traction, as the market moves from point solution devices to holistic cloud-based platforms.

The Evolution of Digital Services in the Home

                        Source: GTM Research

Focusing primarily on the U.S. and Canadian markets, this report examines the rapidly evolving and emerging technology landscape that is shifting the entire vendor and service provider ecosystem. It analyzes how transformations in traditional thinking have forced players to re-examine go-to-market strategies, opening new channels and forging novel relationships to ultimately reach the end-consumer. As clearer value propositions continue to emerge, a range of multi-vendor developed offerings is priming the market for a new wave of home software products and services.

The report includes:

  • Comprehensive market analysis and description
  • Industry drivers, trends, barriers and technology evolution
  • Utility and service provider strategies and business models
  • Market taxonomies and competitive vendor/solution provider landscapes
  • Notable insights into utility residential programs
  • Market and financial activity: mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, investments, etc.

SAMPLE FIGURES

Energy in the Connected Home Report Coverage

                        Source: GTM Research

Mergers, Acquisitions and Partnerships in the Home Energy Market

                        Source: GTM Research

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Energy Management in the Connected Home
  • 3. Value Propositions
  • 4. U.S. Regional Residential Macro-Trends
  • 5. Standards and Developer Ecosystems
  • 6. Vendor Landscape
  • 7. Players in the Home
  • 8. Big-Box Retailers
  • 9. Broadband and Security Service Providers
  • 10. Solar Service Providers
  • 11. Analyst Note: Disaggregation Technologies and Players
  • 12. Residential Demand Response
  • 13. Financials: Mergers, Acquisitions, Venture Capital & Private Equity
  • 14. Conclusion
  • 15. Appendices

Companies Included

  • 2GIG
  • ADT
  • Alarm.com
  • AlertMe
  • Alya Networks
  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • Arrayent
  • AT&T
  • Austin Energy
  • AutoGrid
  • Belkin
  • Bell Aliant
  • Best Buy
  • Bidgely
  • Blue Line Innovations
  • Bright House
  • British Gas
  • C3 Energy
  • Carrier
  • Ceiva Energy
  • Centralite
  • Chargepoint
  • Cisco
  • Comcast
  • Comporium
  • Comverge
  • Consolidated Edison
  • Control4
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Digi
  • Direct Energy
  • Ecobee
  • EcoFactor
  • ELIIY Power
  • Embertec
  • Emerson
  • Energate
  • EnergyHub
  • EnergySavvy
  • Enphase Energy
  • Google
  • Greenwave Systems
  • Home Depot
  • Honeywell
  • iControl
  • IFTTT
  • Ijenko
  • Insteon
  • Lennar
  • Linear (by Nortek)
  • Linksys
  • Lowe's
  • MMB Networks
  • Nest
  • Nexia Home Intelligence
  • NRG Energy
  • NV Energy
  • OATI
  • OG&E
  • Onzo
  • Opower
  • Panasonic
  • PeoplePower
  • PEQ
  • Plant Ecosystem
  • PlotWatt
  • PowerTree
  • Prodet
  • Puget Sound Energy
  • Radio Thermostat
  • Rainforest Automation
  • Reliant
  • Rogers
  • Samsung
  • SCE
  • Schneider Electric
  • SDG&E
  • Sears
  • Silver Spring Networks
  • Smartenit
  • SmartThings
  • SMUD
  • SolarCity
  • SRP
  • Staples
  • SunEdison
  • SunPower
  • Sunrun
  • Sunverge
  • Swisscom
  • Tado
  • Tendril
  • Tesla
  • ThinkEco
  • Time Warner Cable
  • Trane
  • TXU Energy
  • Verizon
  • Vivint Inc.
  • Vivint Solar
  • Walmart
  • Watt Vision
  • Wink
  • Zonoff

List of Figures

2. Energy Management in the Connected Home

  • U.S. Household Income Versus Consumption
  • U.S. Household Consumption per Dollar of Income
  • Income Relative to Poverty Line
  • U.S. Household Size Versus Consumption
  • U.S. Household Consumption per Square Foot
  • U.S. Household Structure Age Versus Consumption
  • The Digitization of the Home: The Consumer Experience is Everything
  • Average U.S. Household Energy Consumption
  • The Connected Home by Service

3. Value Propositions

  • Utility Value Proposition
  • Service Provider & Vendor Value Propositions
  • Consumer Value Proposition
  • Value of Additional Features
  • Smart Home Service Provider SWOT Analysis

4. U.S. Regional Residential Macro-Trends

  • Average Regional Residential Energy Consumption per Consumer and Price
  • Annual Residential Retail Energy Consumption per Consumer
  • Average U.S. Retail Price of Electricity
  • 2013 U.S. Regional Residential Energy Consumption (TWh) and Percentage Change (%)

5. Standards and Developer Ecosystems

  • Differentiating Protocol Standards
  • Select Developer Alliances and Ecosystems

6. Vendor Landscape

  • Vendor Ecosystem

7. Players in the Home

  • Thermostat to Gateway: Notable Features
  • Gateway Software Platforms
  • Home Software Platform Provider Sales Channels

8. Big-Box Retailers

  • Big-Box Retailers: Solution Breakdown

9. Broadband and Security Service Providers

  • Broadband and Security Service Provider: General Bundle Offerings
  • Broadband and Security Service Provider: Software Platforms
  • AT&T Digital Life: Smart Home Partner Ecosystem
  • AT&T Digital Life in 82 U.S. Markets
  • Top 10 Security Providers by Subscribers, 2013
  • Residential Security Subscribers With Access to Home Automation and Energy Management Services
  • Vivint's Market Activity Timeline
  • Vivint Solution: End-to-End Breakdown
  • Vivint's Cyclical Approach to New Subscriptions

10. Solar Service Providers

  • Noteworthy Initiatives by Solar Players
  • Enphase Energy's Approach to Home Energy Management

11. Analyst Note: Disaggregation Technologies and Players

  • Disaggregation Algorithms and Technologies by Analysis Frequency
  • Disaggregation: The Benefit of Feedback
  • Energy Behavioral Change Leveraging Appliance-Level Information
  • Select Vendors Offering Disaggregation Services
  • Disaggregation: Select Solutions
  • Disaggregation Business Case

12. Residential Demand Response

  • Residential Participation in Demand-Side Management Programs, 2008 - 2012
  • Overall Participation in Demand-Side Management Programs, 2008 - 2015E
  • Annual Net Growth in Residential Load Under Management
  • Minnesota 2013 Demand Response and Snapback Impact Study
  • Residential Demand Response Programs
  • Residential Stakeholder Comparison: Switch Versus Thermostat
  • Bring-Your-Own-Thermostat Economics
  • Select Deployments of Multi-Thermostat Programs
  • Notable Utility & PSC Residential Updates

13. Financials: Mergers, Acquisitions, Venture Capital & Private Equity

  • Mergers, Acquisitions and Partnerships in the Home Energy Market
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Involving Home Automation and Energy Management Platforms
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments in the Home Energy Market
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