DUBLIN, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f8wh4r/investment) has announced the addition of the "Investment Opportunities in the Global Energy Management Systems Industry" report to their offering.
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Convergence of service oriented EM companies and technology producers will disrupt the EM market. Supportive regulations, emerging smart cities, and rising energy costs will usher in a high growth era for EM services. Shorter payback periods and supportive legislation are attracting investors. Strategic partnerships, acquisitions, and innovation in service business models will enhance customer value. This study provides an investment analysis of the EMS industry with insight into growth opportunities and what constitutes excellence in financial management strategy in the global EMS industry.
Growth Capital/Private Equity (PE): A private placement investment made in a mature stage or middle- market stage company with the intent of enhancing its growth
Venture Capital (VC): Private placement investments in an incubation or start-up firm made with the intent of growing the business rapidly and deriving short-term returns
EMS consist of one or more energy conservation measures (ECMs) through load reduction and/or enhanced efficiency of building system operations.
The primary ECMs are highlighted below:
- Industrial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) ECMs may include boiler replacements, chiller plant upgrades, and high-efficiency HVAC fan motors and pump motors.
- Lighting ECMs may include upgrades to compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or light emitting diodes (LEDs).
- Water ECMs may include rainwater harvesting, solar water heaters, heat pump water heaters, and installation of low-flow aerators for showers and faucets.
- Building automation control (BAC) ECMs may include installations of EM software, motion detection sensors, and integrated control of various building systems.
- Other ECMs relate to onsite co-generation, renewable technologies (e.g., solar panels, solar water heaters) and building envelopes (e.g., window glazing, improved insulation).
An EMS contract typically includes investment-grade energy audits, project design and engineering, assistance in acquiring project financing, equipment identification and acquisition, commissioning, measurement and verification (M&V), and training for facility personnel.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Scope, Objectives, and Methodology
4. Technology Landscape
5. Market Overview and Business Models
6. Competitive Landscape and New Market Entrants
7. Transaction Analysis
8. Funding Patterns
- Hara Software
- Orga Systems
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