Service Business Models and Changing Competitive Landscape for Energy Management
CEO’s 360 Degree Perspectives
Competition in energy management (EM) will continue to intensify as facility management (FM) and utility companies compete with energy service companies (ESCOs) and building automation (BA) vendors to offer a turnkey service business.
Building owners’ rising energy consciousness and end-user behavioral patterns will play a key role in value propositions and creation of EM service companies in the market.
Convergence of technology manufacturers and purely service-oriented EM companies will disrupt the market foothold of co-existing EM service participants.
Technology supporting real-time, uninterrupted, and future-proof service business models for critical infrastructure will be new opportunities for EM service market participants.
Focus on energy costs, supportive regulations and guidelines, and lack of in-house expertise of building owners in key nations will drive the EM services market globally.
About this report
The past 5 years have seen huge levels of technology innovation in the energy and environment industry, with smart technology re-defining the landscape. The next 5 years will be the era of service business models innovation, as suppliers compete to maximise the real benefits for customers through strategic partnerships and/or acquisitions. Performance contracting will become the customers’ preferred business model and suppliers will need to develop service capabilities or partner with facility management companies or energy service providers in order to play in the most dynamic part of the market to maximise value co-creation.
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