Greentech market research
April 03, 2012 | Paul Baier
The Enterprise Smart Grid and a Corporate Buyer’s Guide for Energy Management Software
Enterprise managers increasingly recognize the business need to more proactively manage their energy consumption. Their energy costs are increasing, their constituents are pressing them to act, and they’ve realized there is no quick fix—the solution requires improved management processes and technology.
Groom Energy's research with companies, vendors, consultants, and utility managers concludes that to solve this problem companies need to implement their own energy network, analogous to the utility smart grid, which delivers a management system they can use for this purpose. This report names this market opportunity for energy network solutions the Enterprise Smart Grid (ESG).
Source: Groom Energy
As an integration of several technologies, the vendor landscape includes a broad range of products, with our current list having already identified over 300 relevant companies. The categories include following vendor categories: building management systems, utility bill payment, carbon management, energy management, demand response, industrial controls, sub-meters and more.
The 82-page report includes over 40 profiles of leading ESG players across each vendor category. Profiled companies include IBM, GE Intelligent Platforms, SAP, Siemens, Schneider Electric, Johnson Controls and many more.
Readers of this report will gain the following:
- For Corporate Energy Managers, Directors of Facilities or Operations, Plant Managers, and Directors of Sustainability or EHS, the report will save hundreds of hours researching vendors and sorting through confusing and competing vendor claims.
- For Vendors and Investors, the report is the most thorough vendor landscape report on the market and will help companies refine their marketing messages and partnering efforts.
- For Utilities, the report identifies leading vendors and application energy efficiency applications as support to energy efficiency programs and custom utility rebates.
This report was authored by and is published in conjunction with Groom Energy.
Download the report's brochure for a complete Table of Contents and List of Figures as well as more in-depth information on the report's analysis.download