NEW YORK, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
At no other time in its history has the United States faced a greater urgency than today to manage and reduce its energy use and CO2 emissions. The motivation to do so is stronger than ever, fueled by an array of market forces along with changing economic as well as national and international conditions.
Pike Research believes that the U.S. federal government market will offer one of the best prospects for carbon management software and service providers in the coming years. Not only is there a convergence of factors that together are exerting pressure on federal agencies to take action with respect to managing their GHG emissions, but the federal government represents a huge opportunity with its ownership of nearly 500,000 buildings, more than 600,000 vehicles and a propensity to spend hundreds of billions for goods and services – more than $500 billion annually.
In this early and emerging market, Pike Research forecasts that the compound annual growth rate for carbon management in the U.S. federal government sector will be very robust at almost 46% between 2008 and 2017, enjoying rapid growth of 93% in 2010 and 78% in 2011.
This Pike Research report examines carbon management spending by federal agencies for external software solutions and services. It examines trends, forecasts market size and growth prospects from 2008 through 2017, and assesses the competitive landscape including an analysis of major software and service vendors in this rapidly evolving market.
Key questions addressed:
* What is the size and growth of the carbon management software and services market in the U.S. federal government on a year by year basis from 2010 through 2017?
* What are the various drivers and inhibitors affecting the external spending by federal agencies for carbon management software and services?
* What are the size and growth prospects of carbon management software spending in the U.S. federal government sector?
* What are the size and growth prospects of carbon management services spending in the U.S. federal government sector?
* What are the winning propositions in competing for federal government contracts with respect to carbon management software and services?
* Who are the key vendors in the carbon management software and services market in the U.S. federal government sector? What are their strengths, capabilities and future strategies?
Who needs this report?
* Management consulting firms
* IT services vendors
* Carbon management software vendors
* Government and energy policy makers
* Investor community
* Standards development organizations
* Government agencies
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