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智慧建築:連接智慧電網與BEMS的市場

Smart Buildings: The Market for Connecting Smart Grid with BEMS 2013 to 2017

出版商 Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd. 商品編碼 279140
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 169 Pages
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智慧建築:連接智慧電網與BEMS的市場 Smart Buildings: The Market for Connecting Smart Grid with BEMS 2013 to 2017
出版日期: 2013年08月23日 內容資訊: 英文 169 Pages
簡介

今後20年的智慧電網與智慧建築間的軟體介面的支出額預計為340億美元,年度平均額為17億美金,其中大部分投注於現有智慧大樓的安裝。至2022年幾乎大部分的BEMS(商用大樓能源管理系統)提供利用了OpenADR的自動需求反應(ADR),或預計同功能將由智慧建築的企業能源管理(EEM)組件所提供。

本報告提供急速成長的智慧電網與智慧建築間的「介面軟體」商務相關調查,潛在的市場規模及全球主要國家中今後5年形成商務的重要要素評估、各類別產品的市場分析等、智慧電網軟體市場用大樓能源管理系統(BEMS)的市場規模、結構和其年複合成長率預測、M&A與投資的促進因素、市場機會和威脅等彙整資料,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 簡介

第2章 智慧電網情形、未來發展趨勢

第3章 智慧電網市場規模

  • 全球智慧電網市場潛在的規模:各國
  • 全球智慧電網市場潛在的規模:各國家、產品
  • 電力公共事業產業需要新的經營模式
  • 新模式需要傳統的備轉容量嗎
  • 智慧電網的減速不會抑制與智慧建築的連鎖
  • 分散式發電新模式達成重要的作用

第4章 智慧建築和聯動的智慧電網介面

  • 市場規模:消費者介面、HAN、EMS(能源監督管理系統)、儲存及EV(電動車)

第5章 智慧建築優先市場定義、規模

第6章 智慧建築:IT匯流、物聯網(IoT)

  • 智慧建築:IT匯流
  • 智慧電網:能源以及其他的物聯網

第7章 智慧建築:虛擬發電廠的需求反應、分散式能源的強化

  • 需求反應
  • 分散式能源達成重要作用的理由
  • 經由ESCO(能源服務企業)的經營模式
  • 主要的ESCO供應商

第8章 BEMS的市場規模與預測

  • 市場佔有率:各主要地區
  • 市場規模與預測
  • BEMS分析:各產品類型
  • 供給側結構

第9章 BEMS及智慧電網間的軟體基礎設施市場與預測

  • 從BEMS朝向智慧電網直接性獨立型軟體市場
  • 企業能源管理(EEM)軟體市場

第10章 打入市場途徑、經營模式

  • 打入市場途徑的購買
  • 經營模式的開發
  • 智慧建築所有者/業者想要的東西

第11章 BEMS, EEM & ESCO 供應商間所扮演的角色、關係

第12章 收購的策略的實行

  • BEMS供應商的收購
  • EEM軟體供應商的收購
  • 能源服務企業的收購

第13章 智慧電網商務上收購與合併

  • 主要的收購
  • 收購:各規模、類型

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目錄

This Report is the NEW 2013 Definitive Resource for Smart Grid to BEMS Interface Market Research & Investment Analysis; combining Market Sizing Statistics with Analysis of Mergers, Acquisitions and Investments.

Why do you Need this Report?

  • Gain insightful information about this business for your strategic planning exercises; including the size and structure of the Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) to Smart Grid Software Market; and its CAGR growth rate to 2030.
  • Learn about the global size and structure of the Building Energy Management Systems DDC controls market; including breakdown by product type in 2012 and sales forecast to 2017.
  • Discover the valuations and exit multiples paid for companies in this sector. What is driving M&A and Investment in this business?
  • Understand how technology is influencing this industries future and the effect it will have on your business and investments. What are the major opportunities and threats to this market?

This report reviews the growing business of “Interfacing Software” between Smart Grid and Smart Buildings to bring about a synergy that increases the return on investment in both businesses. Its objective is to assess the potential size of this market and set out all the important factors that will shape the business in the next 5 years in the leading countries in the world; as well as breaking this down by product category.

This is a relatively New Market and the Business Opportunity will depend on how and where the Smart Grid business develops, the regulatory framework, the part that Smart Buildings can play in reducing energy demand and delivering distributed energy resources.

There is no doubt that the integration of these two separate businesses can play a vital role in maximizing energy conservation in buildings whilst generating income and reducing operating costs. It is imperative that they work together to both achieve the maximum benefits in reducing energy consumption and at the same time for Smart Buildings to feed distributed clean energy into the grid allowing the Utilities to reduce their CO2 emissions by gradually closing down central fossil fired generating plants.

Fig 10.1:
PURCHASING ROUTES OF INTERFACE PRODUCTS 2012

Within its 169 pages and 13 charts and tables, the report highlights ALL the key facts and draws conclusions, so you can understand what is shaping the future of the Smart Grid to BEMS Interface Software market;

  • We estimate that the expenditure needed to provide software interfaces between Smart Grid and Smart Buildings over the next 20 years will amount to $34 billion, an average of $1.7 billion per year with the majority of this being spent on existing Smart Building installations.
  • We expect that by 2022 most advanced BEMS systems will provide Automated Demand Response (ADR) using OpenADR and / or this functionality will be provided by the EEM package in Smart Buildings. We therefore expect demand for separate software package to decline after 2022.
  • One of the main drivers for interfacing and integrating Smart Grid with Smart Buildings is to take advantage of distributed energy that is available in the many hundreds of thousands of Smart Buildings and industrial sites around the world. This can be achieved through Energy Service Companies (ESCO's).
  • In the USA and UK alone, we estimate some 100,000 buildings are available and suitable to integrate with Smart Grid and this would today account for around 30% of the total world population of buildings. We estimate that in the USA 90,000 sites meet the priority target in the commercial and industrial sector. Of this 40,000 would be in the Industrial and Process Technology sector, and 50,000 in the commercial building sector.
  • When you examine in more detail the benefits for the utility companies interfacing with Smart Buildings the proposition looks even more attractive because in many developed countries Industrial and Commercial Buildings consume 40% of all generated electrical power. Interfacing with this building stock provides large scale opportunities to balance supply and demand particularly as Smart Buildings are already fitted with fully automatic DDC controls.

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Executive Summary

1. Introduction

2. Smart Grid Status & Future Development

3. Smart Grid Market Size

  • 3.1. Potential Size of Smart Grid World Market by Country
  • 3.2. Potential Size of the Smart Grid Market by Country & Product Grouping
  • 3.3. The Electrical Utility Industry Requires a New Business Model
  • 3.4. Will the New Model Need Conventional Spinning Reserves
  • 3.5. Smart Grid Slow Down Will Not Inhibit Interface with Smart Buildings
  • 3.6. Distributed Power Must Play an Important Role in the New Model

4. Smart Grid Interface with Smart Buildings

  • 4.1. Market Size - Consumer Interfaces, HAN, EMS, Storage & EV's

5. Defining & Sizing Smart Building Priority Markets

6. Smart Buildings - IT Convergence & the Internet of Things

  • 6.1. Smart Buildings - IT Convergence
  • 6.2. Smart Grid - The Internet of Energy & Other Things

7. Smart Buildings - Demand Response, Distributed Energy Enhanced Through Virtual Power Plants

  • 7.1. Demand Response
  • 7.2. Why Distributed Energy Will Play a Vital Role
    • 7.2.1. Summary
    • 7.2.2. The Wider Picture
  • 7.3. The Business Model through ESCO's
  • 7.4. The Major ESCO Suppliers

8. Market Size of BEMS 2012 and Forecast to 2017

  • 8.1. Market Share by Major Regions 2012
  • 8.2. Market Size 2006 to 2012 & Forecast to 2017
  • 8.3. Breakdown of BEMS by Product Type 2012
  • 8.4. Supply Side Structure

9. Software Interface Market between BEMS & Smart Grid 2013 and Forecast to 2030

  • 9.1. BEMS to Smart Grid Direct Independent Software Market
  • 9.2. The Market for Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) Software

10. Routes to Market & Business Models

  • 10.1. Purchasing Routes to Market
  • 10.2. The Development of Business Models
  • 10.3. What the Smart Building Owner / Operators Want

11. The Roles & Relationships between BEMS, EEM & ESCO Suppliers

12. Implementing Strategy through Acquisition

  • 12.1. Acquisitions by BEMS Suppliers
    • 12.1.1. Schneider Electric
    • 12.1.2. ABB
    • 12.1.3. Siemens
    • 12.1.5. Johnson Controls
  • 12.2. Acquisitions by Specialist EEM Software Suppliers
    • 12.2.1. GE
    • 12.2.2. SCIenergy Inc
    • 12.2.3. Serious Energy
    • 12.2.4. C3 Energy
    • 12.2.5. Oracle
    • 12.2.6. Ecova
  • 12.3. Acquisitions by Energy Service Companies
    • 12.3.1. Partnership & Alliance in Fashion Not Acquisition

13. Merger & Acquisition in the Smart Grid Business

  • 13.1. Major Acquisitions
    • The Top 5 Acquisitions in 2012
    • The Top 5 Acquisitions in 2011
    • The Top 5 Acquisitions in 2010
  • 13.2 Acquisitions by Volume & Type 2010 to 2012

Appendices

  • A1.1 - Analysis of Acquisitions by Company and Type of Business
  • A1.2 - BEMS & Smart Grid Interface Acquisitions & Funding from 2010
  • A1.3 - M&A Activity & Deals Involving Smart Grid Companies 2011 / 2012

List of Charts and Figures

  • Fig 3.1 - Smart Grid World Investment at Full Potential (US$ Bn)
  • Fig 3.2 - Total World Smart Grid Sales from 2010 to 2030
  • Fig 3.3 - Smart Grid Investment Potential by Country and Product Sector at Installed Prices (US$ M)
  • Fig 4.1 - World Smart Grid Sales for Consumer Interfaces 2010 & Forecast to 2030
  • Fig 8.1 - Total Sales of BEMS by Region 2012
  • Fig 8.2 - BEMS Sales by Region 2006 - 2012
  • Fig 8.3 - Breakdown of BEMS by Product Type 2012
  • Fig 9.1 - Total World Market Size for Smart Building Smart Grid Interface Products & Systems 2010 to 2030
  • Fig 10.1 - Purchasing Routes of Interface Products 2012

List of Tables

  • Table 11.1 - Listing of Suppliers of Smart Building Smart Grid Interface Products & Systems
  • Table A1.1 - Analysis of Acquisitions by Company and Type of Business
  • Table A1.2 - BEMS & Smart Grid Interface Acquisitions & Funding from 2010
  • Table A1.3 - M&A Activity & Deals Involving Smart Grid Companies 2011 / 2012
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