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THE SMART GRID BUSINESS
“The Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Business” report reviews the growing business of interfacing Smart Grid with Smart Buildings to bring about a synergy that will increase the Return on Investment in both businesses. Its objective is to assess the potential size of this market and set out all the important factors that will shape the business in the next 5 years. This is an attractive growing business because it delivers an attractive ROI and its future potential cannot be underestimated.
Memoori predicts that the average annual aggregated spend on both the Smart Grid side and Smart Building side for interface software will be approximately $1 billion in 2016 and demand will peak in 2020 at $2.2 billion. The current global spend on interface products for Smart Buildings is not likely to be exceeding $100 million.
In the US, approximately 80,000 sites in the commercial sector offer a high propensity for Smart Building to Smart Grid interfacing. The world population will be over 250,000 buildings. The size of the world market for Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS), DDC controls that monitor and control environmental plant in commercial and industrial buildings, was $13.39 billion in 2011.
THE SMART GRID BUSINESS 2012 TO 2017
Within its 239 pages and over 30 charts and tables, the report establishes the facts and draws conclusions as to what is shaping the future of the Smart Grid industry; In the last 3 years we estimate that the world investment in Smart Grid has doubled from $16.2 billion in 2010 to $36.5 in 2012. However, it is rather unbalanced because the current share taken by smart meters is running at around 40% of the market, whilst its potential market value over the full 20 year program will be no more than 9%. The structure of the business is currently skewed heavily towards the major international suppliers where 26 companies shared sales of $81.9 billion in 2012 giving an average revenue of $3.125 billion but only accounting for 1% of the population of suppliers. The information contained in this report will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in Smart Grid companies around the world. It is specifically aimed at C-Level, sales, marketing and strategic planning professionals who want to understand the part being played by merger, acquisition and alliance in the market. It will also be useful to investors who need information on the impact of technology on the structure of this business and those players in the market who want to identify growth sectors and investment opportunities.