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未來的C&I客戶用新EaaS (能源即服務) 解決方案

Emerging EaaS Solutions for C&I Customers of the Future

出版商 Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research) 商品編碼 816936
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 17 Pages; 10 Tables, Charts & Figures
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未來的C&I客戶用新EaaS (能源即服務) 解決方案 Emerging EaaS Solutions for C&I Customers of the Future
出版日期: 2019年03月28日內容資訊: 英文 17 Pages; 10 Tables, Charts & Figures
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本報告提供商業、工業 (C&I) 能源用戶用新的資金籌措EaaS (能源即服務) 解決方案的相關調查,支援C&I能源用戶的需求的財務選擇與經營模式,及對C&I能源用戶來說EaaS的機會等分析,6個主要的資產類別、3個主要產業市場區隔相關討論,對EaaS的相關利益者的建議等資料。

目錄

背景

建議

商業、工業 (C&I) 能源用戶對象EaaS (能源即服務) 解決方案的來到

  • C&I客戶,為了保證降低能源成本,關注新市場區隔特有的EaaS解決方案
  • 資金籌措EaaS解決方案提供CAPEX的替代
  • 依主要原因選擇資金籌措EaaS解決方案而非CAPEX

支援新EaaS財務選擇、經營模式C&I能源用戶的需求

  • 基本的EaaS融資資產類別的登場
  • 新的融資資產類別實現新的EaaS經營模式

EaaS解決方案及經營模式在各個產業市場區隔各異

  • C&I能源用戶市場區隔的EaaS機會的預測
  • 能源管理及組合要素EaaS的決策的影響
  • 帶來EaaS的決策的影響的要素的排行榜:各市場區隔

對前進的相關利益者的指導

  • 相關利益者為了理解EaaS的決策要素應該合作
  • 相關利益者為了各種C&I市場區隔的需求提供軟體平台應該合作、其他
目錄
Product Code: SI-UCOF-19

The global electric power industry is facing a transformational shift from centralized generation toward a more decentralized grid with two-way energy flows. This emerging mix of energy efficiency and beyond energy efficiency distributed energy resources (DER) technologies and smart grid solutions is disrupting traditional utility models while creating new opportunities for commercial and industrial (C&I) customers.

Corporate C&I energy and sustainability managers are looking for cost-effective, customized, and comprehensive energy solutions that can guarantee energy savings without CAPEX to meet their sustainability and operational efficiency needs. Meanwhile, vendors are introducing a broader set of portfoliowide, sector-specific technical, financing, and business model options beyond fee-for-service energy efficiency that require customer CAPEX. This broader set of financed energy efficiency and beyond energy efficiency DER technologies is defining how new energy as a service (EaaS) solutions will be deployed across various C&I segments.

This Navigant Research report analyzes emerging financed EaaS solutions for C&I energy users. The study provides an analysis of the financing options and business models that support C&I energy user needs, EaaS opportunities for C&I energy users, and other market considerations. Six leading asset classes and three major industry segments are discussed, and a ranking of portfolio factors is provided. The report also gives recommendations for stakeholders in EaaS.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • What are financed energy as a service (EaaS) solutions that provide an alternative to CAPEX for commercial and industrial (C&I) energy users?
  • Will new segment-specific EaaS solutions guarantee energy and cost reductions?
  • What factors will C&I energy users consider when deciding whether to deploy financed EaaS solutions over CAPEX?
  • Which key energy management and portfolio factors influence C&I energy users across individual C&I segments?
  • How can utilities, energy suppliers, EaaS solutions providers, and technology manufacturers work together to deliver software platforms?

Who Needs This Report:

  • Energy services companies
  • Commercial and industrial (C&I) energy and sustainability managers
  • EaaS solutions providers and technology manufacturers
  • Utility-scale renewable energy project developers and buyers
  • Distributed energy resources (DER) and demand response (DR) technology manufacturers
  • Combined heat and power (CHP) project developers
  • Microgrid project developers, systems integrators, and financiers
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Energy as a Service Solutions for Commercial and Industrial Energy Users Have Arrived

  • C&I Customers Look to New Segment-Specific EaaS Solutions to Guarantee Energy and Cost Reductions
  • Financed EaaS Solutions Provide an Alternative to CAPEX
  • Choosing Financed EaaS Solutions Over CAPEX Depends on Key Factors

New EaaS Financing Options and Business Models Support C&I Energy User Needs

  • Foundational EaaS Financing Asset Classes Have Emerged
  • New Financing Asset Classes Enable New EaaS Business Models
    • Pure-Play EaaS Solutions Provider
    • Bundled EaaS Solutions Provider
    • Sale Leaseback Arrangements
    • Outsourced Managed Energy Services Agreement Public Private Partnerships
    • Integrated Facilities Management and EaaS Solutions

EaaS Solutions and Business Models Will Vary Across Industry Segments

  • Predicting EaaS Opportunities for C&I Energy User Segments
    • Small Commercial Properties
    • Large Commercial Properties
    • Industrial Facilities
  • Energy Management and Portfolio Factors Influence EaaS Decision-Making
  • Ranking the Factors Affecting EaaS Decision-Making by Segment
    • Ranking Criteria
    • Small Commercial Properties Segment Ranking
    • Large Commercial Properties Segment Ranking
    • Industrial Facilities Segment Ranking

Guidance for Stakeholders Moving Forward

  • Stakeholders Must Work Together to Understand EaaS Decision-Making Factors
  • Stakeholders Must Work Together to Deliver Software Platforms for Different C&I Segment Needs
  • DER Project Financiers Need to Develop C&I Cross-Segment Financing Options
  • C&I Energy Users Should Build Understanding of Financing Options

List of Charts and Figures

  • Overview of Favorable C&I EaaS Factors
  • Small Commercial EaaS Favorability Ranking
  • Large Commercial EaaS Favorability Ranking
  • Industrial Facilities EaaS Favorability Ranking

List of Tables

  • Overview of EaaS Project Finance Asset Classes
  • Overview of Small Commercial Properties
  • Overview of Large Commercial Properties
  • Overview of Industrial Facilities
  • Overview of C&I EaaS Energy Management Ranking Criteria
  • Overview of C&I EaaS Portfolio Ranking Criteria