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Building Energy Management System (BEMS) - Global Market Size, Market Share and Competitive Landscape Analysis to 2020

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Building Energy Management System (BEMS) - Global Market Size, Market Share and Competitive Landscape Analysis to 2020

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Building Energy Management System (BEMS) - Global Market Size, Market Share and Competitive Landscape Analysis to 2020

Summary

GlobalData's latest research "Building Energy Management System (BEMS) - Global Market Size, Market Share and Competitive Landscape Analysis to 2020" provides in-depth analysis of Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) market at global as well as at country level. Building Energy Management System (BEMS) is emerging as an important tool to minimize energy consumed by buildings. The BEMS is a system that can help building operators to monitor and control building systems. The global market for Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) will continue to grow at a gradual pace though it will show signs of slow growth in North America and Europe during later half of 2011–2020. The global BEMS market will grow at a CAGR of 8.9% during the period 2011–2020 driven mostly by the emergence of Asia–Pacific markets and East European markets. The markets in Europe and North America will be driven mostly by the regional targets for energy efficiencies and reduction in cost of energy consumption. Asia-Pacific region lacks any specific reason for growth except the rising need to be more energy efficient but it will be quite some time before the level of awareness about energy efficiency among building operators and owners in this region matches with those in the Western nations. The report covers various aspects of BEMS industry such as market sizing, outlook, key issues and competitive landscape analysis. Starting with an analysis of global BEMS market, it explores segmentation of the market between different regions and market for cloud-based services for building energy management systems along with some of the key drivers and restraints affecting the growth of BEMS market at global level. The report proceeds to analyze the key regional markets BEMS across the globe providing percentage contribution hardware, software and services markets. The report also provides information on the vendor landscape, technology trends and cost of implementation of BEMS for different consumer groups.

Scope

- Key geographies including the US, Canada, the UK, Germany, Japan, Singapore and China.

- Market size data of global and key Building Energy Management Systems markets.

- Annualized market revenue data from 2011 to 2020.

- Segmentation of Market by hardware, software and services offered by BEMS industry players

- Qualitative analysis of market drivers, restraints, government plan and policies,

- Cost Analysis of implementation of BEMS across different consumer segments

- Technical Analysis includes technology trend and benefits of BEMS

- Market Share analysis of the key players and their product offerings.

Reasons to buy

- Facilitate decision making based on strong historic and forecast data for global and national markets for Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS).

- Develop strategies for market penetration and product development.

- Position yourself to gain maximum advantage from the BEMS market's growth potential.

- Identify key partners and business development avenues.

- Respond to your competitors' business structures, strategies and prospects.

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 4

1.2 List of Figures 5

2 Introduction 6

2.1 Overview 6

2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 7

3 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Forecast to 2020 8

3.1 Cloud-based Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Annual Revenues, 2011-2020 9

3.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Percentage Contribution of Hardware, Software and Services Segments, 2011 11

3.3 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Market (%), 2011 and 2020 12

3.3.1 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Market (%), 2011 12

3.3.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Market (%), 2020 13

3.4 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Key Drivers, 2012-2020 14

3.4.1 Rising Cost of Electricity 14

3.4.2 Emerging Need for Implementing Green Building Norms 15

3.4.3 Government Plans and Policies for Promoting Building Energy Efficiency 15

3.5 Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Key Restraints, 2012-2020 16

3.5.1 Prohibitive Installation and Maintenance Cost 16

3.5.2 Difficulty in Integration with Existing Systems 16

3.5.3 Disruption of Work 16

4 Building Energy Management System Market, North America, Forecast to 2020 17

4.1 Building Energy Management System Market, the US, 2011-2020 18

4.1.1 Building Energy Management System Market, the US, Annual Revenues, 2011-2020 19

4.1.2 Building Energy Management System Market, the US, Percentage Contribution of Hardware and Software Market, 2011 20

4.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Canada, 2011-2020 21

4.2.1 Building Energy Management System Market, Canada, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 22

4.2.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Canada, Percentage Contribution of Hardware, Software and Services Segments, 2011 23

5 Building Energy Management System Market, Europe, Forecast to 2020 24

5.1 Building Energy Management System Market, the UK, 2011-2020 26

5.1.1 Building Energy Management System Market, the UK, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 27

5.1.2 Building Energy Management System Market, the UK, Percentage Contribution of Hardware and Software Market, 2011 28

5.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Germany, 2011-2020 28

5.2.1 Building Energy Management System Market, Germany, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 29

5.2.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Germany, Percentage Contribution of Hardware and Software Market, 2011 30

6 Building Energy Management System Market, Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2020 31

6.1 Building Energy Management System Market, Japan, 2011-2020 34

6.1.1 Building Energy Management System Market, Japan, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 35

6.1.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Japan, Percentage Contribution of Hardware and Software Market, 2011 36

6.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Singapore, 2011-2020 36

6.2.1 Building Energy Management System Market, Singapore, Annual Revenues, 2011-2020 37

6.2.2 Building Energy Management System Market, Singapore, Percentage Contribution of Hardware, Software and Services Market, 2011 38

6.3 Building Energy Management System Market, China, 2011-2020 39

6.3.1 Building Energy Management System Market, China, Annual Revenues, 2011-2020 40

6.3.2 Building Energy Management System Market, China, Percentage Contribution of Hardware, Software and Services Market, 2011 41

7 Building Energy Management System Market, Rest of the World, Forecast to 2020 42

8 Building Energy Management System Implementation Cost Analysis 43

9 Technology Analysis 46

10 Building Energy Management System, Cost Benefit Analysis of Selected Implementations 48

10.1 North America 48

10.2 Europe 48

11 Vendor Landscape Analysis 50

11.1 Building Energy Management System, Global, Market Share Analysis, 2011-2012 50

11.2 Building Energy Management System, Global, Product Positioning Analysis, 2011-2012 53

11.3 Key Vendors' Profiles 54

11.3.1 Johnson Controls, Inc. 54

11.3.2 Schneider Electric SA 54

11.3.3 Siemens AG 54

11.3.4 Honeywell International, Inc. 54

12 Standards and Labeling Programs for Energy Efficiency in Buildings 55

12.1 Standards and Building Codes 55

12.2 Labeling Programs and Rating Systems 56

13 Appendix 57

13.1 Market Definition 57

13.1.1 Building Energy Management Systems 57

13.1.2 Building Energy Management Systems Service 57

13.1.3 Building Energy Management Systems Hardware 57

13.1.4 Building Energy Management Systems Software 57

13.2 Abbreviations 58

13.3 Bibliography 59

13.4 Methodology 60

13.4.1 Coverage 60

13.4.2 Secondary Research 60

13.4.3 Primary Research 60

13.4.4 Modeling and Forecasting 61

13.5 Contact Us 61

13.6 Disclaimer 61

List of Tables

Table 1: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 8

Table 2: Cloud-based Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 9

Table 3: Cloud-based Building Energy Management Systems Market, the US, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 10

Table 4: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Revenues ($bn), 2011 13

Table 5: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Revenues ($bn), 2020 13

Table 6: Energy Market, Global, Price of Coal and Natural Gas, 2009-2011 14

Table 7: Building Energy Management Systems Market, North America, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 17

Table 8: Building Energy Management Industry, The US, Revenue, ($bn), 2011-2020 19

Table 9: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Canada, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 22

Table 10: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Europe, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 25

Table 11: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Europe, Revenues of Key Countries ($bn), 2011 25

Table 12: Building Energy Management Systems Market, the UK, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 27

Table 13: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Germany, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 29

Table 14: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Asia-Pacific, Revenue Share of Key Nations ($m), 2011 31

Table 15: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Asia-Pacific, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 32

Table 16: Building Energy Management Software-as-a-Service Market, Asia-Pacific, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 33

Table 17: Building Energy Management Industry, Japan, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 35

Table 18: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Singapore, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 37

Table 19: Building Energy Management Systems Market, China, Policy Formation and Enforcement Stages 39

Table 20: Building Energy Management Systems Market, China, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 40

Table 21: Building Energy management Systems Market, Rest of the World, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 42

Table 22: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Price Range of Systems According to End-user Segment ($), 2011-2012 43

Table 23: Building Energy Management System, Examples of Installation of Building Energy Management System, 2012 48

Table 24: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Market Share of Key Players ($bn), 2011 50

Table 25: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Market Share of Key Players ($bn), 2011 51

Table 26: Building Energy Management System, Global, Features of Key Products from Key Companies, 2011 53

Table 27: List of Abbreviations 58

List of Figures

Figure 1: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 8

Figure 2: Cloud-based Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 9

Figure 3: Cloud-based Building Energy Management Systems Market, the US, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 10

Figure 4: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Hardware and Software Contributions (%), 2011 11

Figure 5: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Revenues (%), 2011 12

Figure 6: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Regional Segmentation of Revenues (%), 2020 13

Figure 7: Building Energy Management Systems Market, North America, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 17

Figure 8: Building Energy Management Industry, The US, Revenue ($bn), 2011-2020 19

Figure 9: Building Energy Management Systems Market, the US, Market Segmentation by Hardware, Software and Services (%), 2011 20

Figure 10: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Canada, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 22

Figure 11: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Canada, Market Segmentation by Hardware, Software and Services (%), 2011 23

Figure 12: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Europe, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 24

Figure 13: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Europe, Share of Key Countries (%), 2011 25

Figure 14: Building Energy Management Systems Market, the UK, Market Segmentation by End-users (%), 2011 26

Figure 15: Building Energy Management Systems Market, the UK, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 27

Figure 16: Building Energy Management Systems Market, the UK, Market Segmentation by Hardware, Software and Services (%), 2011 28

Figure 17: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Germany, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 29

Figure 18: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Germany, Market Segmentation by Hardware, Software and Services (%), 2011 30

Figure 19: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Asia-Pacific, Revenue Share of Key Nations (%), 2011 31

Figure 20: Building Energy management Systems Market, Asia-Pacific, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 32

Figure 21: Building Energy Management Software-as-a-Service Market, Asia-Pacific, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 33

Figure 22: Building Energy Management Industry, Japan, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 35

Figure 23: Building Energy Management System Market, Japan, Hardware and Software Contribution, (%), 2011 36

Figure 24: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Singapore, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 37

Figure 25: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Singapore, Market Segmentation by Hardware, Software and Services (%), 2011 38

Figure 26: Building Energy Management Systems Market, China, Annual Revenues ($m), 2011-2020 40

Figure 27: Building Energy Management Systems Market, China, Market Segmentation by Hardware, Software and Services (%), 2011 41

Figure 28: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Rest of the World, Annual Revenues ($bn), 2011-2020 42

Figure 29: Building Energy Management Systems Market, Global, Price Range of Systems According to End-user Segment ($), 2011-2012 43

Figure 30: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Segmentation of One-time Installation Cost of Traditional Systems (%), 2011-2012 44

Figure 31: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Segmentation of One-time Installation Cost of Wireless Systems in Mid-sized Buildings (%), 2011-2012 45

Figure 32: Building Energy Management System Architecture 46

Figure 33: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Market Share of Key Players (%), 2011 50

Figure 34: Building Energy Management System Market, Global, Market Share of Key Players (%), 2011 51

Companies mentioned

Johnson Controls, Inc.

Schneider Electric SA

Siemens AG

Honeywell International, Inc.

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