Energy-Efficient Technologies: The Global Market

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STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The goal in conducting this study was to assess and describe the current status of the worldwide energy efficiency (EE) industry for all major technologies, and assess the potential growth of that industry. Specifically, the study's objectives were to: (1) summarize existing EE technologies and promising emerging technologies that are under development; (2) evaluate the existing EE industry, focused on producers of each major viable technology; and (3) assess market potential for EE technologies over a 5-year period, from 2009 through 2014.

THIS REPORT:

- Provides a synopsis of the worldwide market for energy efficiency technologies

- Contains global market forecasts through 2014 for distributed energy generation technologies

- Describes the importance of energy efficiency in meeting global climate change goals and optimizing energy use

- Discusses important manufacturers and factors influencing demand

- Reviews exceptional emerging technologies likely to be viable by 2014.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Driven by the intensification and increased global awareness surrounding several energy-related issues, including energy cost and security, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, climate change, air and water pollution, and other environmental and economic concerns, worldwide interest in energy efficiency is quickly rising. The application of EE technologies represents one of several potential solutions (others solutions include increasing renewable and fossil energy production, increasing pollution control and mitigation for power generation, installing carbon capture and sequestration facilities, and other solutions) that are being widely implemented to address these issues. In many situations, increased reliance on EE technologies will serve as a key component toward reaching climate change, energy security, and environmental goals of political entities across the globe. This study assesses market opportunities that will facilitate ongoing implementation of EE technologies around the world.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This is a complete study of EE technologies; it includes relevant market and production information, technological descriptions and issues, applications, market factors and potential, and an overview of supporting incentives and regulations in major worldwide markets. Therefore, this study will be of interest to manufacturers of EE technologies, distributors, suppliers, and entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial companies interested in entering or expanding into the EE technology sector. It will also be of interest to corporate planners and strategists, large commercial and industrial energy consumers, energy market researchers, EE advocacy groups, and other public and private-sector interest groups and market analysts.

SCOPE OF REPORT

The scope of this investigation includes only major viable EE technologies for the commercial, residential, and industrial sectors, as well as an abbreviated discussion of potentially viable and emerging EE technologies. BCC analyzes each technology, determines its current market status, examines its impact on future markets, and presents forecasts of growth over the next 5 years. Technological issues, including the latest trends, are assessed and discussed, as are the current and potential regulatory environments in support of this industry.

The author analyzes the industry on a worldwide basis, from both manufacturing and implementation phases points of view. Government roles are examined that support energy-efficient technologies worldwide, including regulatory support and requirements, feed in tariffs, and promotional incentives for various EE technologies. A review of the most relevant EE technologies is provided, recent trends in capacity installation and unit sales are discussed, and industry overviews and market assessments for each EE technology are presented.

WORLDWIDE MARKETS

The following list provides a review of the major worldwide markets that were assessed in support of this study:

- North America— United States, Canada

- Europe— European Union

- Asia and Australia— China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Pacific Rim

INFORMATION SOURCES

Background information, including reviews of each EE technology and its implementation status, were collected from government and industry sources, primarily those located in the United States and Europe. Specific citations and references are provided as needed to support this study, and website links to government and industry studies, white papers, and other relevant information are provided whenever available.

The author's research of present and historic market trends was conducted primarily via phone interviews and Internet research, typically relying on personal interviews and internal company data that were provided to BCC Research, and on annual documentation of sales within each sector as relevant to a particular EE technology. Based on the results of our surveys, the potential applications for each technology were analyzed, and sales forecasts were made for the 2009 through 2014 time frame.

Market sizes and installed capacity figures were calculated based upon data obtained from surveyed parties. When available, data regarding the total percentage of market share that was represented by the surveyed parties was used to provide an estimate of the entire market size and/or installed capacity. Additionally, when available, the data provided in this report were compared with other industry data to ensure relevance, applicability, and accuracy. Data are summarized in the list below as follows—portion of report/ information source/ primary or secondary source.

- Review of energy-efficient technologies and energy-efficient products/ Scientific, government, and industry research/Secondary

- Regulatory support for energy efficiency/Government documents/Primary and secondary

- Industry structure and market overview/Industry interviews/Primary

- Major companies and company profiles/Industry interviews,/Primary

- Market assessment and projections/Industry interviews/BCC Research calculations/Primary

Both primary and secondary research methods were used in preparing this report. BCC surveyed more than 110 companies to obtain the data for this study. Included were manufactures of EE hardware, hardware distributors, and selected industrial products. We also spoke with users of these technologies in a variety of locales worldwide. Additionally, data were compiled from current financial and trade information and government sources.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Robert Eckard has more than a decade of experience working in energy and environmental industries. Currently pursuing a PhD in water and energy resources at the University of California at Davis, Robert also runs a small industry research and technical consulting company, with emphasis on the energy-water-environmental sectors. He has provided economic analysis market assessments, environmental analysis, and technical water and energy reports to state and local governments, other consultants, and private companies and individuals throughout the U.S., Australia, and Singapore. Robert takes pride in preparing the highest quality research and documentation, and is happy to be supporting BCC Research in its endeavor to assess worldwide EE generation markets.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION -- Complimentary

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES1

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY1

INTENDED AUDIENCE1

SCOPE OF REPORT2

WORLDWIDE MARKETS2

INFORMATION SOURCES2

ANALYST CREDENTIALS3

RELATED BCC REPORTS4

BCC ONLINE SERVICES4

DISCLAIMER4

Chapter-2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY5

SUMMARY TABLE PROJECTED WORLDWIDE ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY MARKET, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)6

SUMMARY FIGURE COMPARISON OF PROJECTED ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY MARKET VALUE, 2007-2014 ($ MILLIONS)6

Chapter-3: OVERVIEW

WHAT IS ENERGY EFFICIENCY?7

TABLE 1 ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES CONSIDERED IN THIS REPORT8

HISTORY OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY8

COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY9

INITIAL AND MAINTENANCE COSTS (PROCUREMENT, INSTALLATION, AND UPKEEP)10

TABLE 2 REASONS FOR A HIGHER INITIAL COST OF AN EE TECHNOLOGY10

Initial and Maintenance Costs…(Continued)11

TABLE 3 INITIAL AND MAINTENANCE COSTS FOR INDUSTRIAL EE TECHNOLOGIES RELATIVE TO DEFAULT TECHNOLOGY12

TABLE 4 INITIAL AND MAINTENANCE COSTS FOR RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL EE TECHNOLOGIES RELATIVE TO DEFAULT TECHNOLOGY13

REDUCED ENERGY CONSUMPTION OR LOSS13

TABLE 5 ENERGY SAVINGS AND INCREASED LIFETIME FOR INDUSTRIAL EE TECHNOLOGIES RELATIVE TO DEFAULT TECHNOLOGY14

TABLE 6  ENERGY SAVINGS AND INCREASED LIFETIME FOR RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL EE TECHNOLOGIES RELATIVE TO DEFAULT TECHNOLOGY15

ECONOMIC VIABILITY AND RELATION TO SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS15

TABLE 7 ECONOMIC VIABILITY AND PRINCIPAL APPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL EE TECHNOLOGIES16

TABLE 8 ECONOMIC VIABILITY AND PRINCIPAL APPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL EE TECHNOLOGIES17

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS17

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTION18

AIR AND WATER QUALITY EMISSION REDUCTION18

REDUCED ENERGY EXTRACTION/DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS19

ENERGY SECURITY BEENFITS19

EFFICIENCY AS AN OFFSET FOR ADDITIONAL GENERATION CAPACITY20

CURRENT INTEREST IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY20

ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS21

TABLE 9 ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES21

INDUSTRIAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES22

Energy-efficient Distribution Transformers22

Energy-efficient Distribution (Continued)23

Initial and Maintenance Costs24

Economic Viability and Specific Applications24

Variable-speed Drives and Other Pump Controllers25

Variable-speed Drives…(Continued)26

Initial and Maintenance Costs27

Economic Viability and Specific Applications27

Cogeneration and Trigeneration28

Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs)29

Absorption Chillers29

Desiccant Dehumidifiers30

Initial and Maintenance Costs30

Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs)30

Absorption Chillers31

Desiccant Dehumidifiers31

Economic Viability and Specific Applications31

Advanced Metering Infrastructure32

Initial and Maintenance Costs33

Economic Viability and Specific Applications34

Efficient Industrial Motors34

Efficient Industrial Motors (Continued)35

Initial and Maintenance Costs36

Economic Viability and Specific Applications36

DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL BUILDING ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES37

Efficient HVAC37

Evaporative Cooling37

Water-Source and Ground-Source Heat Pumps38

Initial and Maintenance Costs39

Economic Viability and Specific Applications40

LED Lighting40

Initial and Maintenance Costs41

Economic Viability and Specific Applications41

Low-Emissivity Windows42

Initial and Maintenance Costs42

Economic Viability and Specific Applications43

Smart Glass43

Initial and Maintenance Costs43

Economic Viability and Specific Applications44

Efficient Water Heating44

Tankless Water Heaters44

Heat Pump Water Heaters45

Initial and Maintenance Costs45

Economic Viability and Specific Applications45

Elastomeric Roofing Membranes46

Initial and Maintenance Costs46

Economic Viability and Specific Applications47

EMERGING ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES47

TABLE 10 EMERGING ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES47

Magnetic Refrigeration47

Magnetic Refrigeration (Continued)48

Points of Contact49

Ames Laboratory49

Camfridge Ltd.49

Thermochromic Windows49

Point of Contact50

Pleotint L.L.C.50

"Smart" or Grid Friendly Appliances50

Points of Contact51

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory51

Hybrid Water Heaters51

Points of Contact52

GE Appliance Park52

GE Appliance Park52

Chapter-4: REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

UNITED STATES REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES53

FEDERAL54

U.S Internal Revenue Service54

Energy-efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction54

Point of Contact55

Internal Revenue Service55

Modified Accelerated Cost-Recovery System Bonus Depreciation55

Residential Energy Conservation Subsidy Exclusion (Corporate)56

Business Energy Investment Tax Credit57

Advanced Energy Investment Tax Credit58

Energy-Efficient New Homes Tax Credit for Home Builders59

Energy Saving Requirements59

Certification59

Residential Energy Conservation Subsidy Exclusion (Personal)60

Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit60

Residential Energy … (Continued)61

Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds62

Point of Contact63

U.S. Internal Revenue Service63

U.S. Department of Energy63

U.S. DOE—Loan Guarantee Program63

Temporary Loan Guarantee Program64

Point of Contact64

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants65

Weatherization Assistance Program65

U.S. Department of Energy Appliance Standards66

Distribution Transformers66

TABLE 11 LOW-VOLTAGE, DRY-TYPE DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS (%)67

TABLE 12 MEDIUM-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS (%)68

Electric Motors68

TABLE 13 NEMA PREMIUM EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC MOTORS RATED 600 V OR LESS69

Residential and Commercial Central Air Conditioning and Air-Source Heat Pumps69

Residential and Commercial Heating70

Residential Water Heaters70

Commercial Water Heaters70

TABLE 14 STANDARDS FOR COMMERCIAL WATER HEATERS71

Lamps (Light Bulbs)71

Energy Goals and Standards for Federal Buildings72

TABLE 15 CUMULATIVE ANNUAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTIONS, FY 2006-2015 (%)72

Point of Contact:73

U.S. Department of Energy73

U.S. Department of Agriculture73

USDA REAP—Grants and Loan Guarantees73

Point of Contact:74

USDA74

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency75

Energy Star Program75

Federal Housing Authority76

Energy Efficient Mortgages76

FHA Energy Efficiency Mortgages77

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Energy Efficient Mortgages77

Energy Star EEMs78

Conventional EEMs78

SELECT STATE-LEVEL STANDARDS AND INCENTIVES79

California79

Appliance Efficiency Regulations79

TABLE 16 CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION'S (CEC'S) CATEGORIES FOR APPLIANCES79

TABLE 16 (CONTINUED)80

Point of Contact80

California Energy Commission80

Public Benefits Fund for Renewables & Efficiency81

Point of Contact81

California Public Utilities Commission81

Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency Standards82

Point of Contact83

California Energy Commission83

Green Building Action Plan for State Facilities83

Point of Contact84

California Energy Commission—Lance Shaw84

Energy Efficiency Financing Program84

Point of Contact85

California Energy Commission— Public Programs Office85

Connecticut85

Connecticut Building Energy Code with Green Building Provisions85

Point of Contact86

Connecticut Department of Public Safety—Daniel Tierney86

Green Building Standards for State Facilities86

Point of Contact87

Connecticut Office of Policy and Management— John Ruckes87

Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund87

Point of Contact88

Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control— Arthur Marcelynas88

Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Energy-efficient Products89

Point of Contact89

Connecticut Department of Revenue Services—Public Information89

Connecticut Energy Efficiency Incentive Program89

Point of Contact90

Ameresco— Larry Kata90

Furnace and Boiler Replacement Rebate Program90

Point of Contact90

Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, Policy Development and Planning Division90

CHIF–Energy Conservation Loan90

Point of Contact91

Connecticut Housing Investment Fund—Lisa Ruggeri91

Florida91

Florida State Building Energy Code91

Point of Contact92

Florida Department of Community Affairs—Ann Stanton92

Energy Conservation in Public Buildings92

Point of Contact93

Department of Management Services— Information Specialist93

Renewable Energy Technologies Grants Program93

Point of Contact94

Governor's Office of Energy & Climate Change, Florida Energy Office94

New York94

Appliance and Equipment Energy-efficiency Standards94

Point of Contact95

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority— Public Information Specialist95

System Benefits Charge95

Point of Contact96

New York State Department of Public Service—William Saxonis96

Energy-efficiency Standards for State Facilities96

Point of Contact97

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority—Sal Graven, Media Relations Department97

New York Building Energy Codes97

Point of Contact97

NYS Department of State—Joseph Hill, Codes Division97

Assisted Home Performance Grants98

Point of Contact99

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority—David Freillo99

EmPower New York99

Point of Contact100

EmPower New York–Honeywell International100

Oregon100

State Energy Efficiency Design Program100

Point of Contact100

Oregon Department of Energy— Ann Hushagen100

Oregon Energy Code for Buildings100

Point of Contact101

Oregon Building Codes Division—Shane R. Sumption101

Oregon Energy Trust101

Point of Contact102

The Energy Trust of Oregon—Peter West102

Residential Energy Tax Credit102

Point of Contact103

Oregon Department of Energy—Suzanne Dillard103

Business Energy Tax Credit103

Business … (Continued)104

Point of Contact105

Oregon Department of Energy—Suzanne Dillard105

Energy Trust—Business Energy Efficiency Rebate for Existing Building105

Point of Contact106

The Energy Trust of Oregon106

Energy-Trust―Business Energy Efficiency Rebate for New Buildings106

Point of Contact107

The Energy Trust of Oregon—New Buildings Program107

Energy Trust–Energy Star New Homes Rebate Program107

Point of Contact108

The Energy Trust of Oregon, Energy Star New Homes Program108

Energy Trust–Home Energy Savings for Exising Homes108

Point of Contact109

Home Energy Solutions, Energy Trust of Oregon109

Energy Trust—Industrial Production Efficiency Program109

Point of Contact109

The Energy Trust of Oregon— Production Services109

Energy Trust—Multifamily Home Energy Savings Program110

Point of Contact110

Energy Trust of Oregon, Multifamily Home Energy Solutions110

Energy Trust—Residential Energy Star Appliance Rebate Program110

Point of Contact111

Energy Trust of Oregon, Energy Star Products Incentive111

State Home Oil Weatherization Program111

Point of Contact111

Oregon Department of Energy. Public Information Officer111

INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES: EUROPE111

European Union112

20 20 by 2020: Europe's Climate Change Opportunity112

An Energy Policy for Europe112

European Council Action Plan (2007–2009) Energy Policy for Europe113

Seventh Framework Program for Research and Technological Development114

TABLE 17 ENERGY RESEARCH UNDER FP7114

TABLE 17 (CONTINUED)115

Strategic Energy Technology Plan: Toward a Low Carbon Future115

Directive on the Taxation of Energy Products and Electricity116

Austria116

Klima:Aktiv Program116

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership117

Combined Heat and Power118

Federal Promotion of Extraordinary Efficiency in Buildings118

Energy Efficient Housing Programs—Constitutional Treaty between Austrian Federation and Länder119

KeepCool: Promotion of Sustainable Cooling in the Service Building Sector120

Belgium121

Flemish Government Second Climate Policy Plan121

Subsidies for Energy-efficient Equipment—Wallonia121

Subsidies for … (Continued)122

Tax Reductions for Home Improvements—Federal123

Czech Republic124

National Program for Economical Energy Management and Use of Renewable and Secondary Energy Resources124

Denmark124

Agreement on Danish Energy Policy 2008-2011124

Agreement on Energy Savings Initiatives125

Thermal Building Code Revision126

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)127

Finland128

Long-Term Climate and Energy Strategy128

Sustainable Energy Technology Program129

Implementation of the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive130

Act on Building Energy Certification130

Inspection of Boilers and Air Conditioning130

Amendment of the Building Code131

Requirements for Existing Buildings131

France131

French National Energy Efficiency Action Plan131

Livret de Developpement Durable: Preferential Loans for Energy Saving Measures132

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)133

OSEO Innovation for SMEs—Support for RD&D133

OSEO Innovation … (Continued)134

Tax Credit for Energy-Saving and Renewable Energy Equipment135

Germany136

Energy Efficiency Action Plan136

Special Fund for Energy Efficiency in SMEs137

KfW Build Ecologically Program138

KfW Housing Modernization Program138

History of the Housing Modernization Program of KfW138

Greece138

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)/Energy Efficiency Code for Buildings Revision138

Hungary139

Structural Funds for Environment Protection and Infrastructure Operative Program (EIOP) Subsidies139

National Energy Saving Program: Financial Assistance for Energy Conservation in Residential Buildings140

Implementation of the EU Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings140

Grants for Renovation of Prefabricated-Panel Residences141

National Energy Conservation Program 2008 (NEP 2008)141

Ireland142

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)142

CHP Deployment Program143

Grants Scheme for Residential Energy Efficiency Investments144

Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives for Business144

Low Carbon Homes Program144

Low Carbon (Continued)145

Amendment of Part L of the Building Regulations146

Italy147

White Certificate Trading for End-Use Energy Efficiency147

White Certificate …(Continued)148

Regional Measures to Promote the Rational Use of Energy: Apulia Outdoor Lighting149

Implementation of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme in Italy149

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)149

Implementation …(Continued)150

Financial Law 2007151

Energy Audits in Public Buildings151

Luxembourg151

Energy Efficiency of Residential Buildings151

Energy Efficient Partner152

Netherlands152

Energy Investment Tax Deduction (EIA)152

Tax Reduction for Investments in Energy Saving Equipment and Sustainable Energy (Energie-investeringsaftrek)153

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD): Energy Performance Certificate and Energy Labeling153

Energy Transition153

Compass (Kompas)154

More with Less Program155

Poland155

Energy Efficiency Action Plan155

Portugal156

Light Bulb Tax Funds Carbon Credit Purchase156

Building Code Upgrade: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems156

Building Certification Program157

Spain158

Building Technical Code—Solar Panel Requirements/Implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive158

Grants for Energy Efficiency in Buildings159

Energy Saving and Efficiency Plan 2008–2011159

Energy … (Continued)160

Energy … (Continued)161

Sweden162

Energy Declaration of Buildings Act—Incentives for Investment in Lower-Energy Buildings162

Switzerland163

Support for Process Optimization in Industry and Services163

Heat Transfer Technologies163

Analysis and Energy Optimization of Process Systems164

Use of Waste Heat at Low Temperatures164

Alternative Systems for Generating Process Heat and Refrigeration164

Turkey165

Energy Efficiency Law—No. 5627165

Support Scheme for Energy Efficiency in Industry166

United Kingdom167

Scotland—Public Sector Central Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF)167

Landlords' Energy Saving Allowance (LESA)167

Energy Act 2004167

Implementation of EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)167

Implementation …(Continued)168

Building Regulations Part L169

Stamp Duty Relief for Zero Carbon Homes170

Environmental Transformation Fund170

The International Element of the ETF171

The Domestic Element of the ETF:171

A New Strategy for Accelerating Key Low Carbon Technologies to Market172

Energy Efficiency Loans for Small- or Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)173

Community Energy Savings Program (CESP)173

INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES: ASIA AND AUSTRALIA174

Australia174

National Framework for Energy Efficiency174

Phase-Out of Inefficient Light Bulbs175

Energy Efficiency Opportunities Program176

Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for Electrical Appliances177

Energy Labeling for Electric and Gas Appliances178

China179

Medium- and Long-term Plan of Energy Conservation179

Energy Intensity Reduction Target180

National Climate Change Program180

Efficiency Upgrades for Electric Motors181

Expansion of Local Cogeneration (CHP)181

Aluminum Industry Permitting Standards182

Efficiency Upgrade for Coal-Burning Industrial Boilers and Kilns183

Energy Conservation in Buildings183

Energy-efficient Products for Government Procurement—Publication of Official Listing184

India184

National Action Plan on Climate Change184

National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency185

National Mission on Sustainable Habitat185

Energy Conservation Building Code185

Japan186

National Policy Direction on Energy Conservation 2007186

National Policy … (Continued)187

New National Energy Strategy188

Basic Program for Housing: Energy Efficiency Standards189

Law Concerning the Rational Use of Energy (2005 Revised Energy Conservation Law)189

Industrial Sector189

Residential Sector190

Transportation Sector190

Utility Sector:190

Auditing, Benchmarking, and Advisory Projects for Factories191

New Zealand191

New Zealand Energy Strategy to 2050191

New Zealand … (Continued)192

New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy193

Carbon Neutral Public Service193

Carbon …(Continued)194

Low Carbon Energy Technologies Fund195

Innovation Fund for Water Heating195

Energy Wise Homes Package196

South Korea196

National Energy Plan 2008 to 2030—"Green Korea"196

Energy Efficiency Building Policy Council—Building Code Upgrade Strategy197

Chapter-5: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

COMPETITIVE RELATIONS BETWEEN EE TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES198

TABLE 18 EE TECHNOLOGIES AND TARGET INDUSTRIES199

COMPETITIVE RELATIONS …(CONTINUED)200

INDUSTRIAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES201

Energy-efficient Distribution Transformers201

Variable-speed Drives and Other Pump Controllers202

Cogeneration and Trigeneration203

Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs)203

Absorption Chillers203

Desiccant Dehumidifiers204

Advanced Metering Infrastructure204

Efficient Industrial Motors205

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES206

Efficient HVAC206

Evaporative Cooling206

Water-Source and Ground-Source Heat Pumps206

LED Lighting207

Low-Emissivity Windows207

Smart Glass207

Efficient Water Heating208

Tankless Water Heaters208

Heat Pump Water Heaters208

Elastomeric Roofing Membranes208

Elastomeric Roofing Membranes (Continued)209

Chapter-6: MAJOR GLOBAL MARKETS THROUGH 2009

ENERGY-EFFICIENT DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS210

TABLE 19 GLOBAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER SALES, 2005-2009 (UNITS)211

TABLE 20 GLOBAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)212

VARIABLE-SPEED PUMP CONTROLLERS AND INTELLIGENT PUMP CONTROLLERS212

TABLE 21 GLOBAL VARIABLE-SPEED PUMP CONTROLLERS AND INTELLIGENT PUMP CONTROLLERS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)213

TABLE 22 GLOBAL VARIABLE-SPEED PUMP CONTROLLERS AND INTELLIGENT PUMP ONTROLLERS SALES REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)213

COGENERATION EQUIPMENT (DESICCANT DEHUMIDIFIERS, ABSORPTION CHILLERS, HRSGS)213

COGENERATION EQUIPMENT…(CONTINUED)214

TABLE 23 GLOBAL COGENERATION TECHNOLOGIES SALES (INCLUDING WASTE-HEAT REACTIVATED DESICCANT DEHUMIDIFIERS, INDIRECT-FIRED ABSORPTION CHILLERS, HRSGS), 2005-2009 (UNITS)215

TABLE 24 GLOBAL COGENERATION TECHNOLOGIES REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)215

ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE (AMI)215

TABLE 25 GLOBAL ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE, 2005-2009 (UNITS)216

TABLE 26 GLOBAL ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE SALES REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)216

ENERGY-EFFICIENT INDUSTRIAL MOTORS216

TABLE 27 GLOBAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT INDUSTRIAL MOTORS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)217

TABLE 28 GLOBAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT INDUSTRIAL MOTORS SALES REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)217

WATER-SOURCE AND GROUND-SOURCE HEAT PUMPS (GHPS)218

TABLE 29 GLOBAL WATER-SOURCE AND GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)219

TABLE 30 GLOBAL WATER-SOURCE AND GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)219

EVAPORATIVE COOLERS220

TABLE 31 GLOBAL EVAPORATIVE COOLERS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)220

TABLE 32 GLOBAL EVAPORATIVE COOLERS REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)221

LED LIGHTING221

TABLE 33 GLOBAL LED LIGHTS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)222

TABLE 34 GLOBAL LED LIGHT REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)222

LOW-EMISSIVITY GLASS/SMART GLASS222

TABLE 35 GLOBAL LOW EMISSIVITY GLASS AND SMART GLASS, 2005-2009 (SQUARE FEET IN MILLIONS)223

TABLE 36 GLOBAL LOW EMISSIVITY GLASS AND SMART GLASS REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)223

TANKLESS WATER HEATERS/HEAT PUMP WATER HEATERS223

TANKLESS WATER HEATERS223

TABLE 37 GLOBAL TANKLESS WATER HEATERS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)224

TABLE 38 GLOBAL TANKLESS WATER HEATER REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)224

HEAT PUMP WATER HEATERS224

TABLE 39 GLOBAL HEAT PUMP WATER HEATERS, 2005-2009 (UNITS)225

TABLE 40 GLOBAL HEAT PUMP WATER HEATERS REVENUE, 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)225

ELASTOMERIC ROOFING MEMBRANES226

TABLE 41 GLOBAL ELASTOMERIC ROOFING MEMBRANES. 2005-2009 (MILLIONS OF SQUARE FEET)226

TABLE 42 GLOBAL ELASTOMERIC ROOFING MEMBRANES REVENUE< 2005-2009 ($ MILLIONS)226

Chapter-7: COMPANY PROFILES

INDUSTRIAL ENERGY-EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES227

ENERGY-EFFICIENT TRANSFORMERS227

ABB Group Inc. (Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.)227

TABLE 43 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ABB GROUP INC.228

Acme Electric Corporation228

TABLE 44 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ACME ELECTRICAL CORPORATION229

Cooper Power Systems229

TABLE 45 COMPANY OVERVIEW: COOPER POWER SYSTEMS230

Federal Pacific230

TABLE 46 COMPANY OVERVIEW: FEDERAL PACIFIC231

Hammond Power Solutions231

TABLE 47 COMPANY OVERVIEW: HAMMOND POWER SOLUTIONS232

Howard Industries232

TABLE 48 COMPANY OVERVIEW: HOWARD INDUSTRIES233

Pauwels233

TABLE 49 COMPANY OVERVIEW: PAUWELS234

Prolec GE234

TABLE 50 COMPANY OVERVIEW: PROLEC GE235

Schneider Electric235

TABLE 51 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC236

Siemens Energy236

TABLE 52 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SIEMENS237

VARIABLE-SPEED PUMP CONTROLLERS237

ABB Group237

TABLE 53 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ABB GROUP INC.238

CAP Industries239

TABLE 54 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CAP INDUSTRIES239

Control Techniques239

TABLE 55 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CONTROL TECHNIQUES240

Danfoss240

TABLE 56 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DANFOSS241

Goulds Pumps242

TABLE 57 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GOULDS PUMPS242

Grundfos243

TABLE 58 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GRUNDFOS243

Metropolitan Industries244

TABLE 59 COMPANY OVERVIEW: METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIES244

MultiTrode244

TABLE 60 COMPANY OVERVIEW: MULTITRODE245

Yaskawa246

TABLE 61 COMPANY OVERVIEW: YASKAWA246

COGENERATION/TRIGENERATION TECHNOLOGIES247

Dessicant Dehumidifiers247

Bry-Air247

TABLE 62 COMPANY OVERVIEW: BRY-AIR247

Concepts and Designs248

TABLE 63 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CONCEPTS AND DESIGNS248

DehuTech249

TABLE 64 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DEHUTECH249

Dryomatic249

TABLE 65 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DRYOMATIC250

Innovative Air Technologies250

TABLE 66 COMPANY OVERVIEW: INNOVATIVE AIR TECHNOLOGIES251

Munters251

TABLE 67 COMPANY OVERVIEW: MUNTERS252

Niagara Blower Company252

TABLE 68 COMPANY OVERVIEW: NIAGARA BLOWER COMPANY253

Seibu Giken253

TABLE 69 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SEIBU GIKEN254

STULZ254

TABLE 70 COMPANY OVERVIEW: STULZ255

Absorption Chillers255

Broad Air Conditioning255

TABLE 71 COMPANY OVERVIEW: BROAD AIR CONDITIONING256

Entropie257

TABLE 72 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ENTROPIE257

Hitachi Appliances258

TABLE 73 COMPANY OVERVIEW: HITACHI APPLIANCES258

Kawasaki Thermal Engineering259

TABLE 74 COMPANY OVERVIEW: KAWASAKI THERMAL ENGINEERING259

Sanyo Electric Co.260

TABLE 75 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SANYO ELECTRIC CO.261

Thermax Inc.261

TABLE 76 COMPANY OVERVIEW: THERMAX INC.262

Trane Company262

TABLE 77 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TRANE COMPANY263

Yazaki Energy Systems263

TABLE 78 COMPANY OVERVIEW: YAZAKI ENERGY SYSTEMS264

York264

TABLE 79 COMPANY OVERVIEW: YORK265

Heat Recovery Steam Generators265

Alstom Power265

TABLE 80 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ALSTOM POWER266

Babcock-Hitachi266

TABLE 81 COMPANY OVERVIEW: BABCOCK-HITACHI267

CB Energy Recovery267

TABLE 82 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CB ENERGY RECOVERY268

CMI268

TABLE 83 COMPANY OVERVIEW: COCKERILL MAINTENANCE & INGÉNIERIE269

Innovative Steam Technologies269

TABLE 84 COMPANY OVERVIEW: INNOVATIVE STEAM TECHNOLOGIES270

Kawasaki Plant Systems270

TABLE 85 COMPANY OVERVIEW: KAWASAKI PLANT SYSTEMS271

Nooter/Eriksen271

TABLE 86 COMPANY OVERVIEW: NOOTER/ERIKSEN272

STF272

TABLE 87 COMPANY OVERVIEW: STF273

Vogt Power273

TABLE 88 COMPANY OVERVIEW: VOGT POWER INTL.274

DEMAND RESPONSE/ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE274

Aclara274

TABLE 89 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ACLARA275

Ambient275

TABLE 90 COMPANY OVERVIEW: AMBIENT276

Comverge276

Comverge (Continued)277

TABLE 91 COMPANY OVERVIEW: COMVERGE278

Echelon278

TABLE 92 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ECHELON279

Eka Systems279

TABLE 93 COMPANY OVERVIEW: EKA SYSTEMS280

Elster280

TABLE 94 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ELSTER281

General Electric Energy281

TABLE 95 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GENERAL ELECTRIC ENERGY281

Itron282

TABLE 96 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ITRON282

Landis-Gyr283

TABLE 97 COMPANY OVERVIEW: LANDIS-GYR283

Sensus Metering Systems284

TABLE 98 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SENSUS METERING SYSTEMS284

Silver Spring Networks285

TABLE 99 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SILVER SPRING NETWORKS286

SmartSynch286

TABLE 100 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SMARTSYNCH287

Trilliant287

TABLE 101 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TRILLIANT288

ENERGY-EFFICIENT MOTORS288

ABB Group Inc.288

TABLE 102 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ABB GROUP INC.289

A.O. Smith Electrical Products289

TABLE 103 COMPANY OVERVIEW: A.O. SMITH ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS290

Baldor Electric290

TABLE 104 COMPANY OVERVIEW: BALDOR ELECTRIC291

Emerson Electric291

TABLE 105 COMPANY OVERVIEW: EMERSON ELECTRIC292

GE Motors292

TABLE 106 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GE MOTORS293

RAM Industries293

TABLE 107 COMPANY OVERVIEW: RAM INDUSTRIES294

Regal-Beloit294

TABLE 108 COMPANY OVERVIEW: REGAL-BELOIT295

Siemens Energy & Automation296

TABLE 109 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION296

Sterling Electric297

TABLE 110 COMPANY OVERVIEW: STERLING ELECTRIC297

Tatung297

TABLE 111 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TATUNG298

TECO-Westinghouse298

TABLE 112 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TECO-WESTINGHOUSE299

Toshiba299

TABLE 113 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TOSHIBA300

WEG300

TABLE 114 COMPANY OVERVIEW: WEG301

ENERGY-EFFICIENT HVAC301

Evaporative Coolers301

Bessam-Aire301

TABLE 115 COMPANY OVERVIEW: BESSAM-AIRE302

Coolerado302

TABLE 116 COMPANY OVERVIEW: COOLERADO303

Des Champs303

TABLE 117 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DES CHAMPS304

Essick Air304

TABLE 118 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ESSICK AIR305

Phoenix Manufacturing305

TABLE 119 COMPANY OVERVIEW: PHOENIX MANUFACTURING305

Quiet-Aire306

TABLE 120 COMPANY OVERVIEW: QUIET-AIRE306

Reznor306

TABLE 121 COMPANY OVERVIEW: REZNOR307

Seeley International307

TABLE 122 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SEELEY INTERNATIONAL308

Speakman Company308

TABLE 123 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SPEAKMAN COMPANY309

United Metal Products309

TABLE 124 COMPANY OVERVIEW: UNITED METAL PRODUCTS310

Water Source and Ground Source Heat Pumps310

ClimateMaster310

TABLE 125 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CLIMATEMASTER311

Danfoss311

TABLE 126 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DANFOSS312

Dimplex312

TABLE 127 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DIMPLEX313

FHP Manufacturing313

TABLE 128 COMPANY OVERVIEW: FHP MANUFACTURING314

McQuay314

TABLE 129 COMPANY OVERVIEW: MCQUAY315

Mitsubishi Electric315

TABLE 130 COMPANY OVERVIEW: MITSUIBISHI ELECTRIC316

Trane Company316

TABLE 131 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TRANE COMPANY317

WaterFurnace317

TABLE 132 COMPANY OVERVIEW: WATERFURNACE318

LED LIGHTING318

Acuity Brands318

TABLE 133 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ACUITY BRANDS319

Albeo Technologies319

TABLE 134 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ALBEO TECHNOLOGIES319

CAO Group320

TABLE 135 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CAO GROUP320

Cree321

TABLE 136 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CREE321

Everlight Electronics321

TABLE 137 COMPANY OVERVIEW: EVERLIGHT ELECTRONICS322

GE Lumination322

TABLE 138 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GE LUMINATION323

LSI Industries323

TABLE 139 COMPANY OVERVIEW: LSI INDUSTRIES323

Osram324

TABLE 140 COMPANY OVERVIEW: OSRAM325

Philips Color Kinetics325

TABLE 141 COMPANY OVERVIEW: PHILIPS COLOR KINETICS326

LOW-EMISSIVITY AND SMART WINDOWS326

Asahi Glass Company326

AGC Flat Glass North America, Inc.326

TABLE 142 COMPANY OVERVIEW: ASAHI GLASS COMPANY327

Cardinal Glass327

TABLE 143 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CARDINAL GLASS328

Guardian Industries328

TABLE 144 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GUARDIAN INDUSTRIES329

NSG Group/Pilkington329

TABLE 145 COMPANY OVERVIEW: NSG GROUP/PILKINGTON330

P.P.G. Industries330

TABLE 146 COMPANY OVERVIEW: P.P.G. INDUSTRIES331

Saint-Gobain Group331

TABLE 147 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SAINT-GOBAIN332

Schott332

TABLE 148 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SCHOTT333

SmartGlass International333

TABLE 149 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SMARTGLASS INTERNATIONAL334

SAGE Electrochromics, Inc.334

TABLE 150 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SAGE ELECTROCHROMICS335

EFFICIENT WATER HEATING335

A.O. Smith Water Heaters335

TABLE 151 COMPANY OVERVIEW: A.O. SMITH ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS336

Bosch Thermotechnik336

TABLE 152 COMPANY OVERVIEW: BOSCH337

Daikin337

TABLE 153 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DAIKIN338

General Electric338

TABLE 154 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GENERAL ELECTRIC339

Mitsubishi Electric339

TABLE 155 COMPANY OVERVIEW: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC340

Noritz340

TABLE 156 COMPANY OVERVIEW: NORITZ341

Rheem341

TABLE 157 COMPANY OVERVIEW: RHEEM342

Rinnai342

TABLE 158 COMPANY OVERVIEW: RINNAI342

Sanyo Electric343

TABLE 159 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SANYO ELECTRIC CO.343

Stiebel Eltron344

TABLE 160 COMPANY OVERVIEW: STIEBEL ELTRON344

Takagi345

TABLE 161 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TAKAGI345

ELASTOMERIC ROOFING MEMBRANES345

Canadian General-Tower345

TABLE 162 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CANADIAN GENERAL-TOWER346

Carlisle Syntec346

TABLE 163 COMPANY OVERVIEW: CARLISLE SYNTECH347

Dow Roofing Systems348

TABLE 164 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DOW ROOFING SYSTEMS349

Duro-Last Roofing349

TABLE 165 COMPANY OVERVIEW: DURO-LAST ROOFING349

TABLE 165 (CONTINUED)350

Firestone Building Products350

TABLE 166 COMPANY OVERVIEW: FIRESTONE BUILDING PRODUCTS351

GAF Materials351

TABLE 167 COMPANY OVERVIEW: GAF MATERIALS351

Johns Manville352

TABLE 168 COMPANY OVERVIEW: JOHNS MANVILLE352

Seaman Corporation353

TABLE 169 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SEAMAN CORPORATION353

Sika Sarnafil354

TABLE 170 COMPANY OVERVIEW: SIKA SARNAFIL355

Trelleborg Building Systems355

TABLE 171 COMPANY OVERVIEW: TRELLEBORG BUILDING SYSTEMS356

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