Navigant Research » Smart Buildings http://www.navigantresearch.com Thu, 24 Apr 2014 22:01:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.1 Smart City Communication Networks http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-city-communication-networks http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-city-communication-networks#comments Mon, 31 Mar 2014 19:05:04 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=63796 Smart Cities
Smart city communications that connect people, objects, and sensors involve multiple access and aggregation networks that can vary from public to private and wired to wireless. For any city to become smart, it needs a strong communication infrastructure to support it. Many of the innovations associated with smart cities – in energy, transportation, and the [...]]]>
Smart Cities

Smart city communications that connect people, objects, and sensors involve multiple access and aggregation networks that can vary from public to private and wired to wireless. For any city to become smart, it needs a strong communication infrastructure to support it. Many of the innovations associated with smart cities – in energy, transportation, and the efficient delivery of public services, for example – are based on the availability of ubiquitous communication services. Without the right communication networks, it is hard for a city become more efficient, sustainable, and safer for its citizens.

Yet, the communication layer in a smart city has largely been taken for granted and to an extent become an afterthought, with the main focus on the higher IT and data management layers. The communications environment is highly fragmented, with different technologies serving different constituencies. Today, cities are moving beyond simply connecting citizens and businesses to objects and sensors into a world of Internet of Things (IoT). This trend is spurring interest in more integrated smart city solutions and improving the interoperability, security, data privacy, and scalability of communication networks. Navigant Research forecasts that global shipments of smart city communication nodes will grow from 17 million in 2013 to 55 million in 2020.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the challenges and opportunities for smart city communication networks, with a focus on the five main sectors: smart energy, smart transportation, smart water, smart buildings, and smart government. The study explores the market issues and dynamics associated with smart city communications and covers the viewpoint of communication service providers, communication infrastructure vendors, IT vendors, and city governments. Global market forecasts for communication node shipments, infrastructure revenue, and service revenue, segmented by region, sector, communication type, and network layer, extend through 2020. The report also examines the key communication technologies related to smart city communication infrastructure, as well as the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the different types of smart city communication networks?
  • How do communication technologies and layers vary across the different smart city sectors?
  • How and where can the different communication layers be consolidated and integrated?
  • Which smart city communication networks will take a leading position in the marketplace?
  • Which is a larger market opportunity for smart city communication networks – infrastructure or services?
  • Which smart city sectors should communication service providers focus on?
Who needs this report?
  • Communication infrastructure vendors
  • Telecom equipment manufacturers
  • Communication service providers
  • IT infrastructure vendors
  • IT systems integrators
  • City governments and local councils
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Market Issues

1.2.1   A Fragmented Infrastructure

1.2.2   Cities and the Internet of Things

1.3  Market Outlook

2. Market Issues

2.1  What Is a Smart City?

2.2  Smart City Sectors

2.2.1   Smart Energy

2.2.2   Smart Transportation

2.2.3   Smart Water

2.2.4   Smart Buildings

2.2.5   Smart Government

2.3  Smart City Operating Systems

2.4  Market Issues

2.4.1   Greenfield versus Brownfield Smart Cities

2.4.2   Private versus Public Communications

2.4.3   Stakeholders and Governance Structures

2.4.4   Security and Privacy

2.5  Market Dynamics

2.5.1   Smart City Network-as-a-Service

2.5.2   Communication Service Providers

2.5.3   Telecom Equipment Manufacturers

2.5.4   IT Systems Integrators

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Smart City Communication Infrastructure

3.1.1   Fiber

3.1.2   Cellular

3.1.3   Wi-Fi

3.1.4   RF Mesh

3.1.5   PLC

3.1.6   Summary Comparisons

3.2  Smart City Communication Challenge

3.2.1   Connecting People

3.2.2   Connecting Objects

3.2.3   Connecting Sensors

3.2.4   Balancing Requirements

3.3  Smart Cities and IoT

3.3.1   The Impact of IoT

3.3.2   Smartphones – The Ultimate Smart City Sensor

3.3.3   5G and IoT

3.4  Interoperability

3.5  Integrating Smart City Communications – A Pragmatic Approach

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Smart City Communication Infrastructure Vendors and Systems Integrators

4.1.1   Alcatel-Lucent

4.1.2   Bitcarrier

4.1.3   Cisco Systems

4.1.4   Ericsson

4.1.5   Firetide

4.1.6   IBM

4.1.7   Libelium

4.1.8   Living PlanIT

4.1.9   Schneider Electric

4.1.10  Semtech

4.1.11  Siemens AG

4.1.12  Silver Spring Networks

4.1.13  Streetline

4.1.14  Urbiotica

4.2  Telecom Service Providers

4.2.1   AT&T

4.2.2   Deutsche Telekom

4.2.3   KPN

4.2.4   KT Corp.

4.2.5   Orange Group

4.2.6   Telefónica

4.2.7   Verizon

4.2.8   Vodafone

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Forecast Methodology and Assumptions

5.1.1   Smart Energy

5.1.2   Smart Transportation

5.1.3   Smart Water

5.1.4   Smart Buildings

5.1.5   Smart Government

5.2  Smart City Communication Node Shipments

5.3  Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue

5.3.1   Forecasts by Communication Type

5.4  Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue

5.5  Smart City Communication Node Shipments and Revenue by Network Layer

5.5.1   LAN versus WAN

5.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments and Service and Infrastructure Revenue, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments by Sector, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Sector, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue by Sector, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments by Network Layer, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Network Layer, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue by Network Layer, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Navigant Research Smart City Model
  • Mesh Network Configurations

List of Tables

  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments and Service and Infrastructure Revenue, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments by Sector, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Sector, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue by Sector, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Energy Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Transportation Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Water Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Buildings Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Government Communication Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Energy Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Transportation Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Water Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Buildings Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Government Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, North America: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, Europe: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, Latin America: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Communication Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Energy Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Transportation Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Water Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Buildings Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Smart Government Communication Node Service Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Shipments by Network Layer, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Infrastructure Revenue by Network Layer, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart City Communication Node Service Revenue by Network Layer, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Relative Comparison of Smart City Communications
  • Network Attributes When Connecting People, Objects, and Sensors
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Energy Efficiency Retrofits for Commercial and Public Buildings http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-efficiency-retrofits-for-commercial-and-public-buildings http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-efficiency-retrofits-for-commercial-and-public-buildings#comments Wed, 26 Mar 2014 03:46:18 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=63626 Smart Buildings
The world economy is becoming increasingly constrained by energy cost, energy availability, and energy-related environmental regulations. Many countries, especially the developing nations in Southeast Asia and other regions, are looking to shore up their energy supply structure and identify measures to address energy demand issues. On a global scale, buildings (both residential and commercial) account [...]]]>
Smart Buildings

The world economy is becoming increasingly constrained by energy cost, energy availability, and energy-related environmental regulations. Many countries, especially the developing nations in Southeast Asia and other regions, are looking to shore up their energy supply structure and identify measures to address energy demand issues. On a global scale, buildings (both residential and commercial) account for 35% to 40% of total final energy consumption. Commercial buildings, for example, consume a considerable amount of energy related to HVAC, lighting, water heating, and various other building functions.

With the continued challenge of climate change, more countries are implementing measures that will reduce energy consumption and GHG emissions. The increasing deployment of energy efficiency retrofits for commercial and public buildings provides an important pathway for increasing energy security, reducing – or even decreasing – energy demand, reducing GHG emissions, and reducing demand for new energy production and distribution facilities. Energy efficiency retrofits can also be used by commercial building owners and tenants to support greening and green marketing efforts. Navigant Research forecasts that global revenue for energy efficiency commercial building retrofits will grow from $68.2 billion in 2014 to $127.5 billion in 2023.

This Navigant Research report examines the global market opportunity for energy efficiency retrofits in eight different commercial and public building types. The report analyzes the key market and technology issues related to energy efficiency retrofits, with a focus on the following product and service types: HVAC, lighting, controls, water efficiency, water heating, building envelope, power generation, commissioning, installation, and energy service companies (ESCOs). Global market forecasts for revenue, segmented by region, product and service type, and building type, extend through 2023. The report also assesses the demand drivers, business models, and standardization and regulatory factors related to energy efficiency commercial and public building retrofits and profiles the key industry players in this market.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • How rapidly will energy efficiency retrofits for commercial and public buildings develop through 2023?
  • Which product and service types will show the strongest growth?
  • Which commercial and public building types will show the strongest growth?
  • How important are regulations to continued market development in different regions around the world?
  • What are the drivers and barriers for the global market for energy efficiency retrofits for commercial and public buildings?
  • What are the expected growth rates for energy efficiency retrofit revenue through 2023 for each of the regions and technologies considered?
Who needs this report?
  • Building owners and managers
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of retrofit products and services
  • Energy service companies (ESCOs)
  • Architecture, engineering, and construction firms
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies
  • Industry associations
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Overview

1.2  Key Market Trends

1.3  Global Market Size and Forecast

2. Market Issues     

2.1  Demand Drivers

2.1.1   Initial Motivators for Energy Efficiency Retrofit

2.1.2   Energy Cost Reduction

2.1.3   Regulatory and Policy Measures and Incentives

2.1.4   Green and Low Energy Consumption Buildings

   2.1.4.1  Green Branding

   2.1.4.2  GHG and Carbon Footprint Reductions

2.1.5   Energy Independence and Security

2.1.6   Benefits to Building Owners

   2.1.6.1  Occupancy and Rental Prices

   2.1.6.2  Real Estate Market Value

2.1.7   Benefits to Tenants

2.2  Market Dynamics

2.2.1   United States

2.2.2   Europe

   2.2.2.1  United Kingdom

   2.2.2.2  Germany

2.2.3   Asia Pacific

   2.2.3.1  China

   2.2.3.2  Japan

   2.2.3.3  Australia

   2.2.3.4  Other Factors

2.2.4   Latin America

2.2.5   Middle East

2.2.6   Africa

3. Technology Issues       

3.1  Definition of Energy Efficiency

3.2  Energy Efficiency Products

3.2.1   Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

   3.2.1.1  Furnaces and Boilers for Space Heating

   3.2.1.2  Unitary Systems

   3.2.1.3  Air-to-Air Heat Pumps

   3.2.1.4  Radiant Heating and Cooling Systems

   3.2.1.5  Ground-Source Heat Pumps

   3.2.1.6  Ductless/Split System Air Conditioners

   3.2.1.7  Central Chiller Systems

   3.2.1.8  Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality

3.2.2   Lighting

   3.2.2.1  Low Ambient/Task Lighting

   3.2.2.2  Daylighting

   3.2.2.3  Intelligent Lighting Controls

3.2.3   Building Control Systems

3.2.4   Water Management

   3.2.4.1  Low-Flow, Low-Flush, and Zero-Flush Fixtures, Toilets, and Urinals

   3.2.4.2  Greywater Systems

3.2.5   Hot Water Production

   3.2.5.1  Tankless Hot Water Heaters

   3.2.5.2  Heat Pump Water Heaters

   3.2.5.3  Solar Hot Water

3.2.6   Building Envelope

   3.2.6.1  Insulation

   3.2.6.2  High-R Windows

   3.2.6.3  Smart Glass

3.2.7   Other Technologies

3.3  Energy Efficiency Services

3.3.1   Commissioning

3.3.2   Installation

3.4  ESCOs

4. Key Industry Players  

4.1  Major Market Players

4.1.1   AECOM Energy

4.1.2   Ameresco, Inc.

4.1.3   Carrier Corp. (United Technologies Corp.)

4.1.4   Chevron Energy Solutions

4.1.5   Cofely (GDF Suez)

4.1.6   Daikin Industries

4.1.7   E.ON Energy Services

4.1.8   Eaton Corp.

4.1.9   Johnson Controls

4.1.10 Lennox International

4.1.11 Philips Lighting

4.1.12 Schneider Electric

4.1.13 Siemens Building Technologies

4.1.13 Trane

4.1.14 Wahaso

4.1.15 WattStopper (Legrand)

4.2  Real Estate Professionals and Architectural Services

4.2.1   CBRE Group, Inc.

4.2.2   Goody Clancy

4.2.3   Jones Lang LaSalle

4.2.4   Malachite LLC

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  Study Methods and Assumptions

5.2  Global Market Summary

5.2.1   North America

5.2.2   Western Europe

5.2.3   Eastern Europe

5.2.4   Asia Pacific

5.2.5   Latin America

5.2.6   Middle East

5.2.7   Africa

5.3 Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List

8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Tables

  • Energy Efficiency Commercial Building Retrofit Market Participants
  • Ameresco SWOT Analysis
  • Carrier SWOT Analysis
  • Chevron Energy Solutions SWOT Analysis
  • Cofely (GDF Suez) SWOT Analysis
  • Daikin SWOT Analysis
  • E.ON Energy Services SWOT Analysis
  • Eaton Corp. SWOT Analysis
  • Johnson Controls SWOT Analysis
  • Lennox SWOT Analysis
  • Philips Lighting SWOT Analysis
  • Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens Building Technologies SWOT Analysis
  • Trane SWOT Analysis
  • Wahaso SWOT Analysis
  • WattStopper (Legrand) SWOT Analysis
  • AECOM Energy SWOT Analysis
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Primary Initial Motivation for Initiating Energy Efficiency Building Retrofit: 2013
  • Typical Payback Periods for Energy Efficiency Retrofits by Building Sector, World Markets
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, United States: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, United States: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Canada: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Canada: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Brazil: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Germany: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Germany: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, United Kingdom: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, United Kingdom: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, France: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, France: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Rest of Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Rest of Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, China: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, China: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Japan: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Japan: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, South Korea: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, South Korea: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Rest of Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Rest of Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Brazil: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Rest of Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Rest of Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Middle East: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Middle East: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Africa: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Africa: 2014-2023

List of Charts and Figures

  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Primary Initial Motivation for Initiating Energy Efficiency Building Retrofit: 2013
  • Typical Payback Periods for Energy Efficiency Retrofits by Building Sector, World Markets
  • Commercial Buildings’ Share of Energy Consumption, United States: 2012
  • Energy Consumption of Commercial Buildings, Historic and Projected, United States: 1980-2035
  • Commercial Buildings Share of Energy Consumption, EU27: 2012
  • Commercial Buildings Total Energy Consumption, Europe: 2000-2012
  • Historic and Projected Future Energy Consumption of Office Buildings by Segment, China: 2005-2021
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Middle East: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, Africa: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Product and Service Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Middle East: 2014-2023
  • Energy Efficiency Retrofit Revenue by Building Type, Africa: 2014-2023
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High-Bay Lighting http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/high-bay-lighting http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/high-bay-lighting#comments Fri, 21 Mar 2014 04:01:44 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=63507 Smart Buildings
High-bay lighting must meet the stringent demands of illuminating spaces from afar while minimizing contrast, reducing glare, and in many cases meeting strict safety and hazardous environment requirements. Until very recently, light-emitting diode (LED) technology was not able to meet these requirements, at least not at a reasonable price. In 2013, however, several high-bay LED [...]]]>
Smart Buildings

High-bay lighting must meet the stringent demands of illuminating spaces from afar while minimizing contrast, reducing glare, and in many cases meeting strict safety and hazardous environment requirements. Until very recently, light-emitting diode (LED) technology was not able to meet these requirements, at least not at a reasonable price. In 2013, however, several high-bay LED products were launched that provide exceptional quality in a price range that allows for acceptable paybacks from energy savings. The high-bay lighting market is set for a rapid shift in lighting technology, similar to the shift toward LED lighting that has already begun in commercial buildings.

Concurrent with the transition in lamp technology, more high-bay lighting systems are beginning to incorporate sensors, networked communications, and other advanced lighting controls to further reduce energy consumption and improve functionality. The falling prices of LED luminaires and lamps, as well as sensors and controls, are driving their adoption within high-bay applications. Due to the high wattages and long runtimes of these lights and their attractive payback periods, they are excellent candidates for upgrades. However, average selling prices (ASPs) will continue falling and lamp replacement sales will begin to slow as the installed base of long-life LED lamps grows. Navigant Research forecasts that global sales of high-bay luminaires and lamps will peak at almost $17.0 billion in 2017 and then decline to $15.9 billion in 2021.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for high-bay lighting in the following five building types: warehouse, industrial, gymnasium and indoor sporting facilities, high-bay retail, and transportation. The study provides an analysis of the significant market drivers, trends, and opportunities associated with luminaires, lamps, and networked lighting controls in these high-bay applications. Global market forecasts for unit sales and revenue, segmented by lamp type, building type, and region, extend through 2021. The report also examines the major technology issues and trends related to high-bay lighting and profiles the key industry players in this market.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the key drivers encouraging the rapid adoption of LED lighting and networked lighting controls within high-bay applications?
  • How will the installed base of high-bay lighting in commercial and industrial buildings change in the coming decade?
  • How quickly will networked lighting controls penetrate the high-bay lighting market?
  • What factors influence lighting decisions in different commercial and industrial building types and in different regions of the world?
  • What is the outlook for luminaires, lamps, and networked lighting controls in each world region?
  • What technology trends may affect the future of the global high-bay lighting market?
Who needs this report?
  • Luminaire and lamp vendors
  • Building owners and managers
  • Energy service companies
  • Utilities
  • Industry associations
  • Government agencies and policymakers
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Key Market Drivers

1.3  Forecast Highlights

2. Market Drivers   

2.1  Market Overview

2.2  Considerations by Building Type

2.2.1   Warehouse

2.2.2   Industrial

2.2.3   Gymnasium and Indoor Sporting Facility

2.2.4   High-Bay Retail

2.2.5   Transportation

2.3  Drivers and Trends by Geography

2.3.1   North America

2.3.2   Europe

2.3.3   Asia Pacific

2.3.4   Latin America

2.3.5   Middle East & Africa

3. Technology Issues

3.1  High-Bay Lamp Technologies

3.1.1   Linear Fluorescent

3.1.2   Screw-In Fluorescent

3.1.3   HID

3.1.4   LED

3.1.5   Light-Emitting Plasma

3.2  Control Technologies

3.2.1   Occupancy Controls

3.2.2   Daylight Controls

3.2.3   Networked Lighting Controls

3.2.4   Wired versus Wireless

3.3  Technology Trends

4. Key Industry Players  

4.1  Luminaire Vendors

4.1.1   Acuity Brands

4.1.2   Dialight

4.1.3   Hubbell Lighting

4.2  Lamp Vendors

4.2.1   Cree

4.2.2   GE Lighting

4.2.3   OSRAM

4.2.4   Philips Lighting

4.3  Controls Vendors

4.3.1   Daintree Networks

4.3.2   Digital Lumens

4.3.3   Sensity Systems

4.4  Other Industry Players

5. Market Forecasts    

5.1  Forecast Methodology

5.2  Forecast Components

5.2.1   Building Floor Space

5.2.2   Lamps per Square Foot and Lamp Type Distribution

5.2.3   Share of Lighting in New Construction and Retrofit Projects

5.2.4   Global Installed Base

5.2.5   Lamp Replacement Rates

5.2.6   Adoption Rate of Networked Lighting Control Systems

5.2.7   Average Selling Prices

5.3  Unit Shipments

5.3.1   Luminaires by Type

5.3.2   Lamps by Type

5.4  Networked Lighting Control Systems Revenue

5.5  Revenue Forecast by Building Segment

5.6  Revenue Forecast by Region

5.6.1   North America

5.6.2   Europe

5.6.3   Asia Pacific

5.6.4   Latin America

5.6.5   Middle East & Africa

5.7  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List

8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Building Floor Space by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Share of Luminaires in New Construction Projects by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Networked Lighting Control Systems Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • High-Bay LED Lighting in a Warehouse Application
  • SafeSite LED Linear Fixture by Dialight
  • LED Lighting
  • Screw-In High-Bay Fluorescent, with HID Lamp It Is Replacing
  • 400W Metal Halide High-Bay Fixture and Replacement Lamp
  • Emitter for an LEP Light
  • Recommended Layout for Fixtures in a Narrow Aisle Warehouse
  • Skylights Dotting the White Roof of a Walmart Store

List of Tables

  • Lamp Replacement Rates
  • Luminaire ASPs by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Lamp ASPs by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Building Floor Space by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Share of Luminaires in New Construction Projects by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Networked Lighting Control Systems Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire and Lamp Revenue by Lamp Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • Installed Base of Luminaires by Lamp Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • Installed Base of Luminaires by Lamp Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • Installed Base of Luminaires by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • Installed Base of Luminaires by Lamp Type, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • Installed Base of Luminaires by Lamp Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Luminaire Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • Annual Lamp Unit Sales by Lamp Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • Industry Participants
  • Lamp Replacement Rates
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Smart Cities: Asia Pacific http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-cities-asia-pacific http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-cities-asia-pacific#comments Tue, 11 Mar 2014 21:11:00 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=63171 Smart Cities
Asia Pacific is home to most of the world’s largest and fastest-growing urban areas, and smart city technology is becoming a crucial element of their future development. Nations throughout the region are sponsoring enormous new urban areas to house growing populations and creating policies that encourage smart city technology to guide their development. Working with [...]]]>
Smart Cities

Asia Pacific is home to most of the world’s largest and fastest-growing urban areas, and smart city technology is becoming a crucial element of their future development. Nations throughout the region are sponsoring enormous new urban areas to house growing populations and creating policies that encourage smart city technology to guide their development. Working with an evolving mix of international and regional smart city technology firms, Asia Pacific governments are piloting a variety of technologies to solve urban problems, reduce urban energy and resource use, and prepare for future growth. Leading cities and providers are taking the initial steps in integrating networks of intelligent technologies to create true smart cities.

As the technology continues to advance and mature, Asia Pacific cities in both developed and developing markets are looking to a variety of non-traditional methods to solve the key problem of financing IT and infrastructure improvements. At the same time, the group of solutions providers is growing and diversifying as Chinese and Indian firms adopt smart city strategies and expand out of their home markets, joining Japanese, South Korean, and international technology firms already active across the region. Navigant Research forecasts that annual smart city technology investment in Asia Pacific will almost quadruple by 2023, reaching $11.3 billion.

This Navigant Research report provides an overview of the Asia Pacific market for smart city solutions at a crucial point in development. The study examines the demand drivers, policies, implementation challenges, and technology issues related to smart cities in Asia Pacific. Market size projections, segmented by region (Australia/New Zealand, Greater China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia, and South Korea) and sector (smart energy, smart transportation, smart water, smart buildings, and smart government), extend through 2023. The report also provides a comprehensive assessment of smart city initiatives in Asia Pacific and profiles the key industry players in the region.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the main development issues surrounding the smart city market across Asia Pacific?
  • What smart city policies and projects are being promoted by nations in the Asia Pacific region?
  • Who are the major international and regional smart city market participants in Asia Pacific?
  • How is the structure of the Asia Pacific smart city market evolving?
  • How will the regional distribution of the smart city market in Asia Pacific change over the next decade?
  • What key technological, political, and financial challenges need to be resolved for the smart city market to thrive in Asia Pacific?
Who needs this report?
  • Sensor, meter, and infrastructure vendors
  • Networking technology providers
  • Power and water utilities and telecoms
  • IT consulting, analytics, and outsourcing firms
  • Enterprise software providers
  • Municipal governments and other government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Smart Cities: Meeting the Challenges of Urbanization

1.2  Smart Cities in Asia Pacific

1.3  Drivers and Barriers for Smart Cities

1.4  Market Opportunity

2. Market Issues

2.1  Asia Pacific: Smart City Solutions for Emerging Challenges

2.1.1   Cities and Urban Regions on the Rise

2.1.2   Definition of a Smart City

2.1.3   The Smart Cities Concept

2.2  Market Drivers in Asia Pacific

2.2.1   Urbanization

2.2.2   Environmental Sustainability

2.2.3   Safety, Security, and Resiliency

2.2.4   Economic Development

2.2.5   Citizen Expectations and City Competition

2.3  Widely Differing Situations and Challenges across the Region

2.3.1   Mature Economies (Australia, New Zealand, and Japan)

2.3.2   Asian Tigers (Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and South Korea)

2.3.3   Developing Asia Pacific (Southeast Asia and India)

2.3.4   Greater China

2.4  Challenges to Implementation

2.4.1   Financial Models

2.4.2   Developing an Inclusive Vision and Encouraging Participation

2.4.3   Technical and Management Capacity

2.4.4   Common Standards

2.4.5   Scaling Up

2.4.6   Privacy Concerns and Social Reservations

2.4.7   Political Culture and Public Participation

2.4.8   Identifying the Customer

2.5  Opportunities for Stakeholders and Key Players

2.5.1   National Leadership

2.5.2   Municipal Leadership

2.5.3   Utilities

2.5.4   ICT Suppliers

2.5.5   Telecommunications Providers

2.5.6   Infrastructure Providers

2.5.7   Property Developers and Construction Companies

2.5.8   Public and Private Sectors

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Smart City Model

3.2  Smart City Sectors

3.2.1   Smart Energy

3.2.2   Smart Transportation

3.2.3   Smart Water

3.2.4   Smart Buildings

3.2.5   Smart Government

3.3  Communications Infrastructure of the Connected City

3.4  Smart City Operating System

3.4.1   Standards and Protocols

3.5  Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches

3.5.1   Public Data Initiatives

3.6  Smart City Applications and Technologies

3.7  Data Analytics

3.8  Emergence of the Cloud

3.9  Getting Out of the Silo: The Need to Connect Different Sectors

4. Smart City Initiatives by Asia Pacific Region

4.1  Australia/New Zealand

4.1.1   Australia

4.1.1.1  Case Study: Newington Smart Village

4.1.2   New Zealand

4.2  Greater China

4.2.1   China

4.2.1.1  Case Study: Ningbo

4.2.2   Hong Kong

4.2.3   Taiwan

4.3  India

4.4  Japan

4.4.1   Case Study: Yokohama Smart City Project

4.5  Southeast Asia

4.5.1   Malaysia

4.5.2   Singapore

4.6  South Korea

4.6.1   Case Study: Songdo International Business District

4.7  Other Asia Pacific Areas

5. Key Industry Players

5.1  Selection and Content of Profiles

5.2  Description and Evaluation of Firms

5.3  Industry Players

5.3.1   Accenture

5.3.2   Cisco Systems

5.3.3   Digital China

5.3.4   Hitachi

5.3.5   Honeywell International

5.3.6   Huawei

5.3.7   IBM

5.3.8   Itron

5.3.9   KT Corporation

5.3.10  LG CNS

5.3.11  NEC Corp.

5.3.12  Schneider Electric

5.3.13  Silver Spring Networks

5.3.14  Smart China

5.3.15  State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)

5.3.16  Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)

5.3.17  Toshiba

5.3.18  Other Players

6. Market Forecasts

6.1  Forecast Methodology

6.2  Smart City Growth Prospects

6.3  Total Asia Pacific Smart City Technology Investment

6.4  Smart City Technology Investment by Sector

6.4.1   Smart Energy

6.4.2   Smart Transportation

6.4.3   Smart Water

6.4.4   Smart Buildings

6.4.5   Smart Government

6.5  Smart City Technology Investment by Region

6.5.1   Australia/New Zealand

6.5.2   Greater China

6.5.3   India

6.5.4   Japan

6.5.5   Southeast Asia

6.5.6   South Korea

6.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

7. Company Directory
8. Acronym and Abbreviation List
9. Table of Contents
10. Table of Charts and Figures
11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative Smart City Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Australia/New Zealand: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Greater China: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, India: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Japan: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Southeast Asia: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, South Korea: 2014-2023
  • Navigant Research Smart City Model

List of Tables

  • Mega Regions by World Rank, Asia Pacific: 2025
  • Profile of Selected Asia Pacific Regions: 2012
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative Smart City Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Australia/New Zealand: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Greater China: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, India: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Japan: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Southeast Asia: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, South Korea: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative Smart City Technology Investment by Sector, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart Energy Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart Transportation Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart Water Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart Buildings Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart Government Technology Investment by Region, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Smart City Applications and Technologies
  • Asia Pacific Smart City Solutions Providers
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Energy Management in the Hospitality Industry http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-management-in-the-hospitality-industry http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-management-in-the-hospitality-industry#comments Fri, 28 Feb 2014 05:51:36 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=62705 Smart Buildings
The guest room energy management market is going through a period of significant evolutionary change, moving from almost hardware-only solutions to broader solutions based on hardware, software, and services. Today, ongoing energy management of a property is achieved through an integrated, holistic view into a hotel’s energy performance compiled by a broad array of sensing [...]]]>
Smart Buildings

The guest room energy management market is going through a period of significant evolutionary change, moving from almost hardware-only solutions to broader solutions based on hardware, software, and services. Today, ongoing energy management of a property is achieved through an integrated, holistic view into a hotel’s energy performance compiled by a broad array of sensing and control points, data feeds, and analytics.

The real vendor opportunity and associated market growth for hotel guest room energy management systems (GR-EMSs) lies in the fundamental shift in focus from the standalone hardware-oriented systems to networked systems with data aggregation, analysis, and reporting. Greater customer value and solution differentiation will be delivered through software via a software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based service and consulting offering, as well as through follow-on operational services such as property-wide monitoring and remote energy management. Vendors will increasingly be taking a holistic view of a hotel’s entire energy ecosystem: energy acquisition and supply management, energy usage, efficiency tuning, comparative benchmarking and trends analysis, system improvement recommendations, periodic recommissioning, and so on. Navigant Research forecasts that the global market for GR-EMSs and enterprise-level energy management software in the hospitality sector will reach $967.9 million in 2020, up from $445.5 million in 2012.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the current state of the market for hotel GR-EMSs, including the related hardware, software, and services components. The report outlines the market and technology issues that are affecting the growth and adoption of GR-EMSs around the world. Global market forecasts for the GR-EMS market, with separate breakdowns by product and hotel segment, system type, and region, extend through 2020. The report also examines the competitive landscape, as well as the best practices and market trends that will shape energy management in the lodging industry for the rest of the decade.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the current market drivers for guest room energy management systems (GR-EMSs)?
  • What factors are inhibiting growth in the global GR-EMS market and how can they be mitigated?
  • Who are the GR-EMS decision makers and how do they influence GR-EMS sales efforts?
  • What global regions are experiencing the highest and lowest growth rates for sales of GR-EMSs?
  • What are the benefits of networked GR-EMSs versus standalone GR-EMSs?
Who needs this report?
  • Real estate investment trust (REIT) managers
  • Independent hotel owners
  • Third-party hotel operations managers
  • Hotel sustainability managers
  • Guest room energy management vendors
  • Building energy management system (BEMS) software vendors
  • Utilities
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Market Overview

1.3  Competitive Environment

1.4  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues      

2.1  Market Overview

2.2  Definition of Guest Room Energy Management Systems

2.2.1   Building Automation Systems and Building Management Systems

2.3  Hospitality Industry Overview

2.3.1   Hospitality Industry Segmentation

   2.3.1.1  Luxury

   2.3.1.2  Full Service

   2.3.1.3  Limited Service

 2.3.2    Ownership, Management, and Brand Structure

   2.3.2.1  Building Owner

   2.3.2.2  Operations and Management Company

   2.3.2.3  Hotel Brand

2.3.3   Energy Management in Hotels

2.4  Market Drivers

2.4.1   Hotel Renovation Cycles

2.4.2   Green Building Trends and Building Energy Codes

2.4.3   Reduced Operating Costs

2.4.4   New Product Offerings

2.4.5   Enhanced Brand or Public Image

2.4.6   Utility Financial Incentives

2.4.7   Energy Pricing

2.4.8   Broadening Traditional Building Maintenance Business Models

   2.4.8.1  ENERGY STAR

2.5  Market Barriers

2.5.1   Ownership Structure and Split Incentives

2.5.2   Limited Budgets and Access to Financing

2.5.3   Skepticism about Benefits and Payback

2.5.4   Limited Expertise

2.6  Regional Trends

2.6.1   North America

2.6.2   Europe

   2.6.2.1  Sustainability Focus and the Regulatory Environment

      2.6.2.1.1.    Energy Efficiency Directive

      2.6.2.1.2.    ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard

2.6.3   Asia Pacific

   2.6.3.1  China

2.6.4   Latin America

2.6.5   Middle East & Africa

   2.6.5.1  Middle East

   2.6.5.2  Africa

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction

3.2  HVAC Systems and Controls

3.3  Lighting Systems and Controls

3.4  Integration with Hotel Reservation Systems

3.5  Wireless Control Systems

3.6  Guest Room Energy Management: Hardware, Software, and Services

3.6.1   Key Features and Functions

   3.6.1.1  Hardware

   3.6.1.2  Software

   3.6.1.3 Services

3.6.2   Demand Response Integration

3.7  Guest Room Energy Management Architectures

3.7.1   Room-Centric Systems

3.7.2   Network-Based Systems

3.7.3   Enterprise Systems

3.7.4   Cloud-Based Services

4. Key Industry Players    

4.1  Overview

4.2  BAS Providers

4.2.1   INNCOM

4.2.2   Johnson Controls, Inc.

4.2.3   Onity

4.2.4   Schneider Electric

4.3  GR-EMS Vendors

4.3.1   Energex

4.3.2   Evolve Guest Controls

4.3.3   Telkonet

4.3.4   Verdant

4.4  Service Providers

4.4.1   Ecova

4.4.2   EnerNOC

4.5  Other Stakeholders

4.5.1   AEW Global

4.5.2   Constellation Energy

4.5.3   Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers

4.5.4   InterContinental Hotels Group

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Forecast Methodology

5.3  Assumptions

5.3.1   Global Economic Forecasts

5.3.2   Global Hotel Room Inventory

5.4  Global Hospitality Energy Management Technology Revenue Forecasts

5.5  Regional Market Forecasts

5.5.1   North America

5.5.2   Europe

5.5.3   Asia Pacific

   5.5.3.1  China and Hong Kong

   5.5.3.2  Rest of Asia Pacific

5.5.4   Latin America

5.5.5   Middle East and Africa

   5.5.5.1  Middle East

   5.5.5.2  Africa

5.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Percentage of Hotel Rooms per Hotel Segment, World Markets: 2013
  • Percentage of Hotel Rooms per Branded and Independent Hotel Types, World Markets: 2013
  • Energy Consumption Change by Building Type, North America: 2008-2012
  • Number of Hotel Rooms by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Percentage of Hotel Rooms per Hotel Segment by Region, World Markets: 2013
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Product Segment, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Hotel Segment, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Product Segment, North America:  2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Product Segment, Western Europe:  2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Product Segment, Asia Pacific: 2012-2020
  • Building Systems Positioning
  • U.S. Electricity Price in Cents per kWh: December 2012
  • EnerNOC Executive Dashboard
  • Constellation Energy’s VirtuWatt Dashboard
  • Energy Performance Dashboard, Cornerstone Database
  • IHG’s Green Engage Carbon Calculator

List of Tables

  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Percentage of Hotel Rooms per Hotel Segment, World Markets: 2013
  • Ownership, Management, and Brand Stakeholders
  • New Hotel Projects by Top 10 Cities, Europe: November 2012
  • INNCOM SWOT Analysis
  • Johnson Controls, Inc. SWOT Analysis
  • Onity SWOT Analysis
  • Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis
  • Energex SWOT Analysis
  • Evolve SWOT Analysis
  • Telkonet SWOT Analysis
  • Verdant SWOT Analysis
  • Number of Hotel Rooms by Region and Hotel Segment, World Markets: 2013
  • Number of Hotel Rooms by Hotel Type and Segment, World Markets: 2013
  • Energy Consumption Change by Building Type, North America: 2008-2012
  • Number of Hotel Rooms by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Percentage of Hotel Rooms per Hotel Segment by Region, World Markets: 2013
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Product Segment, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Hotel Segment, World Markets: 2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Product Segment and Region, World Markets:
    2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by Hotel Segment and Region, World Markets:
    2012-2020
  • Hospitality Sector Energy Management Revenue by System Type and Region, World Markets:
    2012-2020
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Energy Efficient Buildings: Asia Pacific http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-efficient-buildings-asia-pacific http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-efficient-buildings-asia-pacific#comments Thu, 27 Feb 2014 18:35:19 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=62672 Smart Buildings
Asia Pacific represents a major portion of global real estate, with about 40% of the world’s building stock. Commercial buildings are high energy consumers in Asia Pacific, and the region’s buildings sector is expanding at rates unmatched in the rest of the world. As energy prices rise and restrictions on energy use and carbon emissions [...]]]>
Smart Buildings

Asia Pacific represents a major portion of global real estate, with about 40% of the world’s building stock. Commercial buildings are high energy consumers in Asia Pacific, and the region’s buildings sector is expanding at rates unmatched in the rest of the world. As energy prices rise and restrictions on energy use and carbon emissions tighten, construction firms, building owners and managers, and government bodies are devoting more and more attention to the potential savings that can be achieved with new technologies to monitor and control energy use in buildings.

While emerging economies in Asia Pacific continue to construct steady volumes of new commercial buildings, developed countries are focusing on comprehensive energy savings and conservation measures in existing buildings to reduce costs and help secure national energy independence. Most of these measures focus on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), energy efficient lighting systems, and building energy management systems and controls. Navigant Research forecasts that annual revenue from energy efficient building technology and services in Asia Pacific will grow from $45.5 billion in 2013 to $91.6 billion by 2022.

This Navigant Research report examines the trends for energy efficient building technology and services in the Asia Pacific region. The study covers three main areas of technology – HVAC, energy efficient lighting, and commercial building automation – as well as the energy service company (ESCO) sector. Market forecasts for revenue, broken out by technology, lamp type, segment, and Asia Pacific country, extend through 2022. The report also examines the regulatory issues, market competitiveness, and key industry players related to energy efficient building technology and services in Asia Pacific.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the key market forces influencing the adoption of energy efficient building solutions in Asia Pacific?
  • What are the energy consumption trends for commercial buildings in Asia Pacific?
  • Which regulatory issues will have the greatest impact on the adoption of energy efficient solutions in Asia Pacific?
  • Who are the top market players in the energy efficient buildings sector in Asia Pacific?
  • What are the growth trends for energy efficient solutions in the Asia Pacific commercial building space?
  • What are the major technological issues facing the HVAC, energy efficient lighting, and commercial building automation segments in Asia Pacific?
Who needs this report?
  • Energy service companies (ESCOs)
  • Building owners and managers
  • Building energy management software vendors
  • Building systems manufacturers
  • HVAC vendors
  • Lighting suppliers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Energy Efficient Buildings in Asia Pacific

1.2  Products and Services for Energy Efficient Buildings

1.2.1   HVAC Products

1.2.2   Lighting Products

1.2.3   Control and Automation Products

1.2.4   Energy Service Companies

1.3  Market Forecasts

2. Market Issues

2.1  Overview of Energy Efficient Buildings Market in Asia Pacific

2.2  Market Drivers

2.2.1   Building Stock Growth in Asia Pacific

2.2.1.1  Expansion of the Building Stock in China

2.2.2   National Policies on Energy Efficiency

2.2.3   Increased Energy Consumption in Asia Pacific

2.2.4   Increased Awareness of Energy Efficiency

2.3  Market Barriers

2.3.1   Challenges to Retrofit Projects in Existing Buildings

2.3.2   Construction Market Uncertainties

2.3.3   Weakness of National Regulatory Schemes

2.3.4   Immaturity of the Market

2.4  Country-by-Country Analysis

2.4.1   China

2.4.1.1  Market Issues

2.4.1.1.1.   Green Building Certification in China

2.4.1.2  Policy Issues

2.4.1.3  Building Energy Codes

2.4.2   Japan

2.4.2.1  Market Issues

2.4.2.1.1.   Green Building Certification in Japan

2.4.2.2  Policy Issues

2.4.3   South Korea

2.4.3.1  Market Issues

2.4.3.2  Policy Issues

2.4.4   Australia

2.4.4.1  Market Issues

2.4.4.2  Policy Issues

2.4.4.2.1.   Mandatory Disclosure

2.4.5   India

2.4.5.1  Market Issues

2.4.5.1.1.   Green Building in India

2.4.5.2  Policy Issues

2.4.6   ASEAN

2.4.6.1  Indonesia

2.4.6.2  Thailand

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Overview

3.2  HVAC Technologies

3.2.1   Typical Technology Features in Asia Pacific

3.2.2   Energy Efficient HVAC Systems

3.2.3   Innovative HVAC Technology in Asia Pacific

3.2.3.1  HVAC in China

3.2.3.2  HVAC in Japan

3.2.3.3  HVAC in South Korea

3.2.3.4  HVAC in Australia

3.2.3.5  HVAC in India and ASEAN

3.3  Lighting Technologies

3.3.1   LEDs in Asia Pacific

3.3.1.1  LEDs in China

3.3.1.2  LEDs in Japan

3.3.1.3  LEDs in South Korea

3.3.1.4   LEDs in Australia

3.3.1.5   LEDs in India

3.3.1.6   LED Adoption in ASEAN

3.4  Building Energy Controls

3.4.1   Building Energy Controls Technologies in Asia Pacific

3.4.1.1  Building Controls Systems in China

3.4.1.2  Building Controls Systems in Japan, South Korea, and Australia

3.4.2   BEMS in Asia Pacific

3.5  ESCOs

3.5.1   China

3.5.2   Japan

3.5.3   South Korea

3.5.4   India

3.5.5   Australia

3.5.6   ASEAN

3.5.6.1  The Philippines

3.5.6.2  Singapore

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Overview

4.1.1   Azbil (Formerly Yamatake Corp.)

4.1.2   Beijing PowerU Technology Co.

4.1.3   Daikin Industries

4.1.4   Energy Solutions Co.

4.1.5   First Energy Service Co.

4.1.6   Hitachi Group

4.1.7   Honeywell

4.1.8   Johnson Controls, Inc.

4.1.9   Kumho Electric

4.1.10   LG Electronics

4.1.11   LG Innotek

4.1.12   Midea Group

4.1.13   Mitsubishi Electric Corp.

4.1.14   Nichia

4.1.15   NTT Facilities

4.1.16   Panasonic Electric Works

4.1.17   Samsung Group

4.1.17.1   Samsung C&T

4.1.17.2   Samsung Everland

4.1.17.3   Samsung LED Co.

4.1.17.4   Samsung Techwin

4.1.18   Schneider Electric

4.1.19   Toshiba Corp.

4.1.20   Trane

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Forecasting Methodologies

5.2  Forecast Scope

5.2.1   Region Scope

5.2.2   Technologies and Services Scope

5.2.3   Building Types Scope

5.3  Market Forecast: Asia Pacific

5.3.1   Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Trends

5.3.1.1  HVAC

5.3.1.2  Lighting

5.3.1.3  CBAS

5.3.2   Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Forecast

5.3.3   ESCO Revenue

5.4  Market Forecast: China

5.5  Market Forecast: Japan

5.6  Market Forecast: South Korea

5.7  Market Forecast: India

5.8  Market Forecast: Australia

5.9  Market Forecast: Rest of Asia Pacific

5.10  Conclusions and Recommendations

6.   Company Directory
7.   Acronym and Abbreviation List
8.   Table of Contents
9.   Table of Charts and Figures
10.  Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Total Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Building Type, Asia Pacific: 2011-2021
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Service Company Revenue by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, China: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, China: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Japan: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Japan: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, South Korea: 2013-2022
  •  Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, South Korea: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, India: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, India: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Australia: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Australia: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Rest of Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Rest of Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • China’s Building Energy Efficiency Goals by 2020
  • Industry Structure and Service Scheme of ESCOs in Japan

List of Tables

  • Total Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Revenue by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Revenue for New Construction by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Revenue for Existing Buildings by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Total Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Revenue by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Revenue for New Construction by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Revenue for Existing Buildings by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Total Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue for Existing Buildings by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue for Existing Buildings by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Total Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue for New Construction by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue for Existing Buildings by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Total Commercial Building Automation Systems Revenue by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Product Revenue by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Services Revenue by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Product Revenue for New Construction by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Product Revenue for Existing Buildings by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Services Revenue for New Construction by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Product Revenue by Building Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Total Commercial Building Automation Systems Revenue by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Systems Revenue for New Construction by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Commercial Building Automation Systems Revenue for Existing Buildings by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Service Company Revenue by Country, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Total Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, China: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, Japan: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, India: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, South Korea: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Revenue for New Construction by Lamp Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, Australia: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue by Category, Rest of Asia: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, China: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, China: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Japan: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Japan: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, South Korea: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, South Korea: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, India: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, India: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Australia: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Australia: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for New Construction by Category, Rest of Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Energy Efficient Building Technology and Services Revenue for Existing Buildings by Category, Rest of Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
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Industrial Combined Heat and Power http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/industrial-combined-heat-and-power http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/industrial-combined-heat-and-power#comments Wed, 29 Jan 2014 19:56:04 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=61530 Industrial InnovationsSmart Buildings
As one of the most mature distributed generation segments, the industrial combined heat and power (CHP) market is capturing renewed interest across all regions. Deployed at small- or large-scale at extraction, processing, and manufacturing sites, industrial CHP systems produce electricity while also capturing heat that would otherwise be treated as waste. Industrial facilities that utilize [...]]]>
Industrial InnovationsSmart Buildings

As one of the most mature distributed generation segments, the industrial combined heat and power (CHP) market is capturing renewed interest across all regions. Deployed at small- or large-scale at extraction, processing, and manufacturing sites, industrial CHP systems produce electricity while also capturing heat that would otherwise be treated as waste. Industrial facilities that utilize CHP systems have the additional benefit of producing thermal energy that can be used as heat, converted to electricity, or converted to cooling when coupled with an adsorption chiller while taking advantage of low-cost fuels.

North America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe accounted for 80% of installed capacity worldwide in 2012, but the diversity in fuel use, technology, and end users makes the industrial CHP market highly dynamic across all continents. Although high capital costs and variability across sites restrict market growth, the expansion of low-cost natural gas is lowering the barriers to greater CHP adoption. Driven by concerns about grid reliability, meeting demand for electricity, improving grid efficiency, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, governments around the world are focusing on increasing subsidies and other incentives for the adoption of industrial CHP systems. Navigant Research forecasts that total installed industrial CHP capacity will grow from 317.9 GW in 2013 to 483.7 GW in 2023 globally under a base scenario.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market potential for industrial CHP systems for a range of industrial applications – refineries, pulp and paper mills, food processing facilities, etc. – using technologies such as turbines, internal combustion engines, fuel cells, and Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) engines. The study includes in-depth assessments of 10 leading countries for the installation of industrial CHP systems and provides an outlook for increased fuel switching to natural gas. Global market forecasts for installed capacity and revenue, segmented by region, country, and scenario, extend through 2023. The report also examines the key market drivers and barriers related to industrial CHP and the main industry players engaged in this market.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is the current and projected installed capacity for industrial CHP worldwide?
  • Which countries offer high growth potential for industrial CHP?
  • Which addressable markets offer the most attractive opportunities for industrial CHP?
  • What are the key market and policy drivers for industrial CHP?
  • What impact will natural gas have on the growth outlook for the industrial CHP market?
Who needs this report?
  • Utilities
  • Engineering, procurement, and consulting (EPC) firms
  • Professional services firms
  • Component hardware and software vendors
  • Industrial facility operators
  • Natural gas producers and marketers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Market Overview

1.2  Key Trends

1.3  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  Industrial CHP Market Overview

2.1.1   Industrial CHP Characteristics

2.1.2   Industrial CHP Benefits

2.2  Industrial CHP in the Global Energy Markets

2.2.1   Regional Distribution

2.2.2   Key Markets

2.2.2.1  United States

2.2.2.2  Russia

2.2.2.3  Germany

2.2.2.4  China

2.2.2.5  Rest of World

2.3  Addressable Markets

2.3.1   Global Refining Industry

2.3.2   Oil & Gas Extraction

2.3.3   Pulp and Paper

2.3.4   Food Processing

2.3.5   Industrial Parks

2.4  Emerging Market Drivers for Industrial CHP

2.4.1   Emissions Regulations

2.4.1.1  Input-Based Regulations

2.4.1.2 Output-Based Regulations

2.4.2   Changing Outlook for Natural Gas Supply and Price

2.4.2.1  Natural Gas Prices

2.4.2.1.1.   North America

2.4.2.1.2.   Europe

2.4.2.1.3.   Asia Pacific

2.4.2.2  Changing Spark Spreads

2.4.2.3  Alternatives to Natural Gas

2.4.3   Industrial Electricity Demand and Economic Growth

2.4.4   Policy Support

2.4.4.1  Financial and Fiscal Support

2.4.4.2  Utility Supply Obligations

2.4.4.3  Local Infrastructure and Heat Planning

2.4.4.4  Climate Change Mitigation

2.4.4.5  Interconnection Measures

2.4.4.6  Capacity Building

2.4.5   Fuel Flexibility

2.4.6   Corporate Social Responsibility

2.5  Barriers to Increased Industrial CHP

2.5.1   Capital Constraints

2.5.2   High Maintenance Requirements and Running Costs

2.5.2.1  System Durability and Service Networks

2.5.2.2  Operation and Maintenance Costs

2.5.3   Low Electricity Price

2.5.4   Utility Resistance

2.5.5   Policy Uncertainty

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Industrial CHP Technology Overview

3.2  Topping versus Bottoming Systems

3.2.1   Topping System

3.2.2   Bottoming System

3.2.3   Additional Applications for Waste Heat

3.3  Prime Movers

3.3.1   Prime Mover Segmentation

3.3.2   Installed Costs

3.3.3    Efficiencies and Emissions Profiles

3.3.4   Turbines vs. Gensets

3.3.5   Prime Mover Innovations

3.3.5.1  Reciprocating Engine Gensets

3.3.5.2  Turbines

3.3.5.3  Fuel Cells

3.4  Components

3.4.1   Heat Recovery Device

3.4.2   Utility Interface

3.4.3   Controls

3.4.4   Automation

3.5  Fuel Innovations

3.5.1   Natural Gas

3.5.1.1  Gas Turbines with HRSG

3.5.1.2  CCGTs

3.5.2   Opportunity Fuels

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Key Industry Player Overview

4.2  Company Profiles

4.2.1   2G CENERGY Power Systems Technologies, Inc.

4.2.2   ABB

4.2.3   Alstom Power

4.2.4   Capstone Turbine Corporation

4.2.5   Caterpillar

4.2.6   Cogenra Solar

4.2.7   Cummins Power Generation

4.2.8   Dalkia

4.2.9   Dongfang Electric Corporation

4.2.10  Dresser-Rand

4.2.11  E.ON

4.2.12  ElectraTherm

4.2.13  ENER-G

4.2.14  GE Power & Water

4.2.15  Metso Corporation

4.2.16  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

4.2.17  OPRA Turbines BV

4.2.18  Recycled Energy Development, LLC

4.2.19  Rolls Royce International Ltd.

4.2.20  Siemens Energy Sector

4.2.21  Solar Turbines Inc.

4.2.22  Wärtsilä

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Industrial CHP Forecast Overview

5.1.1   Forecast Methodology

5.1.2   Forecast Scenarios

5.2  Forecast by Scenario

5.3  Forecast by Region

5.3.1   Installed Capacity

5.3.2   Revenue

5.3.3   Market Penetration

5.4  Forecast by Country

5.4.1   Installed Capacity

5.4.2   Revenue

5.4.3   Country Characteristics Driving Industrial CHP

5.4.3.1  Countries with DH

5.4.3.1.1.   Russia

5.4.3.1.2.   South Korea

5.4.3.1.3.   Germany

5.4.3.2  Low Electricity Capacity Margin Countries

5.4.3.2.1.   United Kingdom

5.4.3.2.2.   Japan

5.4.3.2.3.   China

5.4.3.2.4.   India

5.4.3.2.5.   Brazil

5.4.3.3  Shale Gas Opportunity Countries

5.4.3.3.1.   United States

5.4.3.3.2.   Canada

5.4.3.4  Reliance on Fossil Fuel Exports

5.5  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual New Revenue from Industrial CHP Installations by Region, World Markets:2013-2023
  • Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2006-2012
  • Share of Total Installed CHP Capacity by Country, World Markets: 2012
  • Installed CHP/DH Capacity as Share of Total Generating Capacity by Country, World Markets: 2006-2012
  • Fuel Input Share for CHP by Market, Pulp and Paper Industry, United States: 2012
  • Average Spot Price of Natural Gas by Country, World Markets: 2001-2012
  • Average Installed Cost for Industrial CHP by Configuration, World Markets: 2012
  • Annual New Industrial CHP Capacity by Scenario, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Cumulative New Industrial CHP Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Industrial CHP Share of Total Installed Generating Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Country, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Industrial CHP Capacity Growth by Country, World Markets: 2012-2023
  • Cumulative New Industrial CHP Revenue by Country, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual New Industrial CHP Capacity by High DH Country, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual New Industrial CHP Capacity by Low Electricity Capacity Margin Country, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual New Industrial CHP Capacity by Shale Gas Opportunity Country, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Share of Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Application, United States: 2013
  • Industrial CO2 Emissions Trends, World Markets: 1990-2010
  • Share of Refining Capacity by Region, World Markets: 1965-2010

List of Tables

  • Industrial CHP Applications
  • Industrial CHP Inputs and Outputs
  • Summary of CHP Prime Mover Technologies
  • Prime Mover Technology Characteristics
  • Summary of Efficiencies and Emissions Profiles by Technology
  • Biomass Opportunity Fuels by Type
  • Industrial CHP Key Player Value Chain
  • Top 15 Natural Gas Export Income as Percentage of GDP, World Markets: 2012
  • Annual New Revenue from Industrial CHP Installations by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Installed Generation Capacity by Region and Country, All Sources, World Markets: 2006-2023
  • Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Region and Country, World Markets: 2006-2012
  • Share of Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Country, World Markets: 2012
  • Installed CHP/DH Capacity as Share of Total Generating Capacity by Country, World Markets: 2006-2012
  • Fuel Input Share for CHP by Market, Pulp and Paper Industry, United States: 2012
  • Average Spot Price of Natural Gas by Country, World Markets: 2001-2012
  • Average Installed Cost for Industrial CHP by Configuration, World Markets: 2012
  • Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Scenario, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual New Industrial CHP Capacity by Scenario, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual New Industrial CHP Revenue by Scenario, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Cumulative New Industrial CHP Revenue by Scenario, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Installed Industrial CHP Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual New Revenue from Industrial CHP Installations by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Cumulative New Industrial CHP Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Industrial CHP Share of Total Installed Generating Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Gas Engines and Turbine Niches
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Smart Buildings Networking and Communications http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-buildings-networking-and-communications http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-buildings-networking-and-communications#comments Tue, 14 Jan 2014 05:49:08 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=61250 Smart Buildings
Networked building controls cover a variety of building systems, including HVAC, lighting, fire and life safety, and security and access systems. These devices include a wide range of sensors, controllers, actuators, switches, air handlers, alarms, and detectors. When networked together by one or more protocols, they can drastically reduce energy usage and costs, alert building [...]]]>
Smart Buildings

Networked building controls cover a variety of building systems, including HVAC, lighting, fire and life safety, and security and access systems. These devices include a wide range of sensors, controllers, actuators, switches, air handlers, alarms, and detectors. When networked together by one or more protocols, they can drastically reduce energy usage and costs, alert building operators to repair or maintenance needs, and provide significant upgrades to occupant comfort and safety.

Since many of the systems present in a building often do not share the same communications protocol, connecting them can be a time- and resource-intensive process, particularly when the protocols are proprietary in nature. The market is transitioning to the use of more open protocols, which allow more manufacturers to sell and service the market. While the introduction of Internet Protocol (IP)-enabled devices is helping to ease this transition, full utilization of open, IP-based networked controls and devices is projected to be years away. Navigant Research forecasts that global revenue for networked building automation control devices will grow from $20.1 billion in 2013 to $34.7 billion by 2021.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market opportunity for networked building automation controls across three primary levels of the building controls ecosystem: field devices, floor/room-level devices, and building-level devices. Each of these categories contains devices used in four primary building systems: HVAC, lighting, fire and life safety, and security and access. Global market forecasts for unit shipments and revenue, broken out by region, segment, device type, and technology, extend through 2021. The report also provides a comprehensive assessment of the demand drivers, business models, policy factors, technology issues, and key industry players associated with the rapidly evolving networked building automation controls marketplace.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is the expected growth rate of networked control nodes through 2021 across each major world region?
  • What are the most commonly used networking protocols used for building automation?
  • How are building control devices arranged within a building automation network?
  • How many devices will be shipped by protocol and building automation segment?
  • How much revenue is projected to come from the shipments of networked building control products?
Who needs this report?
  • Building control manufacturers
  • Building owners and managers
  • Building control integration firms
  • Building control distributors and installers
  • Architects and engineers
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  The Growing Need for Networked Building Controls

1.1.1   Report Scope

1.2  Market Overview

1.3  Technology Overview

1.4  Key Findings

2. Market Issues

2.1  Smart Buildings Networking and Communications Systems

2.2  Market Drivers for Building Communications Systems

2.2.1   Overall Maintenance and Operational Cost Drivers

2.2.2   Enhanced Operational Visibility and Control

2.2.3   Reduction in Energy Costs and Integration with Utilities

2.2.4   Adherence to Green Building Certifications

2.2.5   Improved Security

2.3  Current State of Building Controls Networks

2.3.1   Network Control Level

2.3.2   Building Level

2.3.3   Floor/Room Level

2.3.4   End-Devices Level

2.4  Evolution of Building Controls Networking

2.4.1   Evolution and Convergence of IT and Building Controls

2.4.2   Coopetition

2.4.3   Interoperability

2.5  Challenges

2.5.1   Installation Costs

2.5.2   Operational Costs and Maintenance

2.5.3   Configurability and Commissioning

2.5.4   Typical Controls Acquisition Process

2.6  Market Overview by Region

2.6.1   North America

2.6.2   Europe

2.6.3   Asia Pacific

2.6.4   Latin America

2.6.5   Middle East & Africa

3. Smart Buildings Controls Architectures

3.1  Common Building Automation and Control Network Designs

3.1.1   Reference Architecture for Smart Building Networks

3.1.2   Controls Networks Communications Layers

3.1.3   Physical and Data Link Layers

3.1.3.1  Ethernet

3.1.3.2  Serial Communications

3.1.3.3  PLC

3.1.3.4  Fiber Optic

3.1.3.5  Network and Transport Layers

3.1.4   Upper Layer Protocols

3.2  Open Building Communication Protocols

3.2.1   BACnet

3.2.2   LonWorks

3.2.3   KNX

3.2.3.1  BatiBUS (France)

3.2.3.2  EIB

3.2.4   DALI

3.2.5   Modbus

3.2.6   oBIX

3.3  Proprietary Building Communication Protocols

3.3.1   Fire and Life Safety Communication Protocols

3.3.2   Security and Access Systems Communications Protocols

3.4  Proprietary versus Open Standards

3.4.1   Technical Challenges

3.4.2   Evolution toward IP-Based Systems

3.4.3   Wireless Technologies

3.4.3.1  ZigBee

3.4.3.2  EnOcean

3.4.3.3  Sub-GHz Proprietary Solutions

3.4.3.4  Integration with Utility-Based Programs

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Introduction

4.2  International Building Controls Manufacturers

4.2.1   Honeywell International

4.2.2   Johnson Controls, Inc.

4.2.3   Schneider Electric SA

4.2.4   Siemens Building Technologies

4.2.5   Trane (Ingersoll Rand)

4.2.6   United Technologies Corporation

4.3  Other Significant Market Players

4.3.1   Cimetrics

4.3.2   Control Consultants, Inc.

4.3.3   Delta Controls

4.3.4   Echelon

4.3.5   EnOcean

4.3.6   PCN Technology

4.3.7   Tridium

4.4  Certification and Standards Bodies

4.4.1   ASHRAE

4.4.2   Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

4.4.3   Continental Automated Buildings Association

4.4.4   European Building Automation Controls Association

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Scope and Methods of Forecasting

5.2  Global Forecasts

5.2.1   Market Structure

5.3  Global Forecast by BAS

5.4  Field Devices Lead Unit Shipments

5.4.1   BACnet Installations Lead Market

5.4.2   Regional Differences

5.5  Regional Forecasts

5.5.1   North America

5.5.2   Europe

5.5.3   Asia Pacific

5.5.4   Latin America

5.5.5   Middle East & Africa

5.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • BAS Communications Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by BAS Segment, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Device Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Device Type, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Technology, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Technology, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Technology, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Technology, Latin America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by BAS Segment, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Technology, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2021
  • BAS Functional Model
  • Building Control Networking Layer Comparison
  • BACnet Collapsed Architecture
  • Modbus Protocol Stack

List of Tables

  • Honeywell SWOT Analysis
  • Johnson Controls SWOT Analysis
  • Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens Building Technologies SWOT Analysis
  • Trane SWOT Analysis
  • UTC SWOT Analysis
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment and Device Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment and Device Type, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment and Technology, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment and Technology, North America: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment and Device Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment and Device Type, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment and Technology, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment and Technology, Europe: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Node Shipments by Segment and Device Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
  • BAS Communications Revenue by Segment and Device Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2021
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Advanced Sensors for Smart Buildings http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/advanced-sensors-for-smart-buildings http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/advanced-sensors-for-smart-buildings#comments Sat, 07 Dec 2013 00:40:54 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=60056 Smart Buildings
With energy costs following a seemingly upward trajectory in many parts of the world and climate change on the political agenda, there is an ever-increasing focus on achieving greater energy efficiency to generate cost savings. Today, commercial buildings represent a huge source of energy use but, for the most part, these buildings are inefficient. Indeed, [...]]]>
Smart Buildings

With energy costs following a seemingly upward trajectory in many parts of the world and climate change on the political agenda, there is an ever-increasing focus on achieving greater energy efficiency to generate cost savings. Today, commercial buildings represent a huge source of energy use but, for the most part, these buildings are inefficient. Indeed, the majority of sensors currently used in buildings are considered dumb – that is, they are incapable of making intelligent decisions in real-time.

Although still an extremely nascent market, an array of advanced sensors better able to adapt to changing building conditions is emerging. New, advanced occupancy sensors, for example, can match ventilation rates to the number of people in a room, thus providing benefits of reduced energy use and improved air quality. Likewise, there are sensors today that can periodically self-calibrate and correct for drift, allowing them to be used for better monitoring and maintenance of equipment. Meanwhile, advances in sensing technologies are enabling the deployment of low-power wireless sensors deeper into buildings than ever before. Navigant Research forecasts that global shipments of advanced sensors will grow from 1.8 million units annually in 2013 to 28.4 million units in 2020.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market opportunity for advanced occupancy sensors, advanced CO2 sensors, advanced thermostats, and advanced photosensors. The report provides a comprehensive assessment of the demand drivers, business models, and policy and regulatory factors associated with the market for these products. Global revenue and unit shipment forecasts, segmented by four product types, five major geographic regions, and eight building types, extend through 2020. The report also examines various technologies related to advanced sensors for smart buildings and profiles key industry players in depth.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is the difference between an advanced sensor and a standard sensor?
  • What are the benefits of advanced sensors in commercial buildings?
  • Where is the most innovation currently taking place?
  • What are the main drivers and inhibitors of growth in the market for advanced sensors?
  • How are average selling prices (ASPs) trending and why?
  • What are the current and likely future application areas for advanced sensors?
  • How are sensing technologies evolving?
  • Who are the leading providers of advanced sensors and how do their products differ?
Who needs this report?
  • Commercial building owners and managers
  • Sensor manufacturers
  • Building automation system vendors
  • Lighting control companies
  • Commercial HVAC equipment manufacturers and suppliers
  • Systems integrators
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Advanced Sensor Industry Trends

1.2  Forecast Highlights

2. Market Issues                    

2.1  Common Sensors Used in Buildings

2.2  What Are Advanced Sensors and Smart Buildings?

2.2.1   Advanced Sensor Characteristics

2.2.2   Smart Building Characteristics

2.3  Product Definitions

2.3.1   Advanced CO2 Sensors

2.3.2   Advanced Occupancy Sensors

2.3.3   Advanced Photosensors

2.3.4   Advanced Thermostats and Room Temperature Sensors

2.3.5   Scope Boundaries

2.4  Key Drivers of Growth

2.4.1   Rising Energy Prices

   2.4.1.1  DCV

   2.4.1.2  Occupancy-Based Control of DCV

2.4.2   Green Building Certifications

2.4.3   DR and Dynamic Pricing

2.4.4   New Models for Financing Energy Efficiency

2.4.5   Regulations and Codes

   2.4.5.1  ASHRAE Standards

      2.4.5.1.1.   ASHRAE 55-2010

      2.4.5.1.2.   ASHRAE 62.1-2010

      2.4.5.1.3.   ASHRAE 90.1-2010

   2.4.5.2  Building Bulletin 101

   2.4.5.3  California Title 24

   2.4.5.4  Directive 2002/91/EC of the European Parliament

   2.4.5.5  International Energy Conservation Code

2.4.6   Automatic Fault Detection and Diagnostics

2.4.7   Occupant Health and Worker Well-Being

2.4.8   Maturation of Wireless Technologies

2.5  Potential Market Inhibitors

2.5.1   Lack of Awareness

2.5.2   Persistent Sensor Inaccuracy

2.5.3   Prohibitive Costs

   2.5.3.1  Perceived Payback

   2.5.3.2  Difficulty Reaching Budget Holders

2.5.4   Growth in LED Lighting

2.5.5   Lack of Familiarity with Wireless Technologies

2.6  New Application Areas

2.6.1   Fire Detection

2.6.2   Search and Rescue

2.6.3   Queue Management

2.6.4   Healthcare

3. Technology Issues            

3.1  Introduction

3.2  Sensing Technologies

3.2.1   Video-Based Occupancy Detection

3.2.2   PIR and Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensing

3.2.3   Microbolometer and Thermopile Sensing

3.2.4   NDIR-based CO2 Sensing Technologies

3.2.5    Resistance Temperature Detectors and Thermistors

3.3  Wired Controls

3.4  Wireless Controls

3.4.1   EnOcean

3.5  Communications Protocols

3.5.1   DALI

3.5.2   LonWorks

3.5.3   KNX

3.6  Interfacing with BMSs

3.6.1   BACnet

3.6.2   Modbus

3.7  IEEE 1451

3.8  Self-Calibrating Sensors

4. Key Industry Players                     

4.1  Selection of Innovators

4.1.1   Airtest Technologies

4.1.2   Enlighted

4.1.3   Esensors

4.1.4   Gas Sensing Solutions

4.1.5   Infrared Integrated Systems (Irisys)

4.1.6   Melexis

4.1.7   Nest Labs

4.1.8   Panasonic Electric Works

4.1.9   Thermokon Sensortechnik

4.1.10  ULIS

4.1.11  Weber Sensors

4.2  Selection of Building Automation Systems Vendors

4.2.1   Distech Controls

4.2.2   Honeywell

4.2.3   Ingersoll Rand (Trane)

4.2.4   Johnson Controls Inc.

4.2.5   Schneider Electric

4.2.6   Siemens Building Technologies

4.3  Selection of Lighting Control Vendors

4.3.1   Daintree Networks

4.3.2   Digital Lumens

4.3.3   Lutron

4.3.4   WattStopper/Legrand S.A.

4.4  Other Industry Participants

5. Market Forecasts               

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Data Collection and Forecast Overview

5.3  Forecast Methodology

5.3.1   Commercial Building Floor Space

5.3.2   Equipment Density

5.3.3   Equipment Installation and Network Rates

5.3.4   Average Selling Prices

5.4  Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts by Product Type

5.5  Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts by Geographic  Region

5.6  Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts by Building Type

5.7  Conclusions and Recommendations

6.   Company Directory
7.   Acronym and Abbreviation List
8.   Table of Contents
9.   Table of Charts and Figures
10.  Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, North America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, North America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Europe: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Europe: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Latin America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Latin America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Ultra-Low Power CO2 Sensor Co-Developed by GSS and Schneider Electric
  • Nest Labs’ Learning Thermostat
  • Comparison of Site Energy Savings from Common Occupancy Sensors and Advanced Occupancy Sensors
  • Image Processing Occupancy Sensor

List of Tables

  • Airtest SWOT Analysis
  • Enlighted SWOT Analysis
  • Esensors SWOT Analysis
  • Gas Sensing Solutions SWOT Analysis
  • Irisys SWOT Analysis
  • Melexis SWOT Analysis
  • Nest Labs SWOT Analysis
  • PEW SWOT Analysis
  • Thermokon Sensortechnik SWOT Analysis
  • ULIS SWOT Analysis
  • Weber Sensors SWOT Analysis
  • Other Industry Participants
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Average Selling Prices by Product Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, North America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, North America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Europe: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Europe: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Latin America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Latin America: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Product Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Product Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Average Selling Prices by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Occupancy Sensor Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Occupancy Sensor Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced CO2 Sensor Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced CO2 Sensor Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Thermostat Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Thermostat Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Photosensor Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Photosensor Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Unit Shipments by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Sensor Average Selling Prices by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Occupancy Sensor Unit Shipments by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Occupancy Sensor Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced CO2 Sensor Unit Shipments by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced CO2 Sensor Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Thermostat Unit Shipments by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Thermostat Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Photosensor Unit Shipments by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Advanced Photosensor Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2013-2020
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Smart Water Networks http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-water-networks http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-water-networks#comments Tue, 03 Dec 2013 05:30:54 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=59884 Smart CitiesSmart Grid
The world’s water systems are under increasing pressure. Water utilities are relying on aging or inadequate infrastructure to meet growing demand, tough environmental targets, and increasing regulatory requirements. At the same time, utilities need to reduce non-revenue water losses and improve their operational efficiency. Smart water networks have an important role to play in addressing [...]]]>
Smart CitiesSmart Grid

The world’s water systems are under increasing pressure. Water utilities are relying on aging or inadequate infrastructure to meet growing demand, tough environmental targets, and increasing regulatory requirements. At the same time, utilities need to reduce non-revenue water losses and improve their operational efficiency. Smart water networks have an important role to play in addressing these challenges. They are also an intrinsic part of the transition of the water industry to a data-centric business that is able to maximize the benefits of intelligent devices, IT, and communications networks.

Smart water meters are a key component of smart water networks, but other monitoring and control technologies are becoming increasingly important for leak detection, pressure management, and water quality monitoring. The smart water networks market is attracting a wide range of new players and presenting established players with the opportunity to expand their business into new areas. Both sets of players face challenges in an industry that is hungry for change, but also conservative in its operations and restricted in its financial options. Navigant Research forecasts that the global smart water networks market will expand from $1.1 billion in annual revenue in 2013 to more than $3.3 billion in 2022.

This Navigant Research report examines the evolution of the smart water networks market, with a particular focus on drinking water systems. The study provides an analysis of the drivers and barriers for the transformation of the water industry, including technological, financial, environmental, and economic factors. Global market forecasts of shipments and revenue related to components of smart water networks, including water meters, smart meters, water network monitoring and control, data management and analytics, and communications infrastructure, extend through 2022. The report also assesses the competitive landscape and various approaches to smart water networks in different world regions and provides case studies of major smart water projects.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the main market drivers and barriers for the deployment of smart water networks?
  • What are the component technologies of a smart water network?
  • What are the key drivers and inhibitors for the adoption of smart water meters?
  • How do smart water meter deployments relate to other technologies for water management?
  • What are the unit shipment and revenue forecasts for smart water meters?
  • Who are the key players in the smart water networks market?
  • How large is the global smart water networks market?
Who needs this report?
  • Water utilities
  • Water meter manufacturers
  • Metering communications hardware and software vendors
  • Networking and communications vendors
  • Sensor technology providers
  • Industry associations and standards organizations
  • Government agencies and policymakers
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Smart Water Networks and the Evolution of the Water Industry

1.2  The Elements of a Smart Water Network

1.3  Market Drivers

1.4  Market Dynamics

1.5  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  An Industry in Transformation

2.2  Smart Water Networks: An Introduction

2.2.1   What Is a Smart Water Network?

2.2.2   Becoming a Smart Industry

2.3  The Scope of This Report

2.4  Market Drivers

2.4.1   Water Scarcity

2.4.2   Aging Infrastructure

2.4.3   Leakage and Conservation

2.4.4   Non-Revenue Water

2.4.5   Utility Operations Savings

2.4.6   The Water-Energy Nexus

2.4.7   The Impact of Urbanization

2.4.8   Water Metering and Network Legislation and Policy

2.5  Market Barriers

2.5.1   Financing

2.5.2   Risk Aversion

2.5.3   Working with Water

2.5.4   Consumer Attitudes

2.5.5   Managing the Data

2.6  Market Dynamics

2.6.1   Key Players

2.6.2   The Battleground for Smart Water Networks

3. Regional Trends and Case Studies

3.1  North America

3.1.1   Overview

3.1.2   Washington, D.C.

3.1.3   Dubuque, Iowa

3.1.4   Albuquerque, New Mexico

3.1.5   San Francisco, California

3.2  Europe

3.2.1   Overview

3.2.2   European Union Policy

3.2.3   United Kingdom

3.2.3.1  Thames Water

3.2.4   Ireland

3.2.5   Malta

3.3  Asia Pacific

3.3.1   Overview

3.3.2   China

3.3.3   India

3.3.4   Southeast Asia

3.3.5   Australia

3.4  Rest of the World

3.4.1   Latin America

3.4.2   Middle East

3.4.3   Africa

4. Technology Issues

4.1  Components of the Smart Water Network

4.2  Smart Meters

4.2.1   Standard, Advanced, and Smart Meters

4.2.2   Measurement in Water Meters

4.2.2.1  Displacement

4.2.2.2  Velocity

4.2.2.3  Static or Solid-State Meters

4.2.3   Registers, Encoders, and Meter Interface Units

4.2.4   Automated Meter Reading

4.3  Smart Water Network Monitoring and Control Devices

4.3.1   Beyond Smart Meters

4.3.2   Leak Detection

4.3.2.1  Acoustic Sensors

4.3.2.2  Leak Noise Correlators

4.3.3   Pressure Management

4.3.4   Water Quality Monitoring

4.3.5   Automation and Control: SCADA

4.4  Smart Water Communications Networks and Infrastructure

4.4.1   RF Mesh Networks

4.4.2   RF Point-to-Multipoint (Star) Networks

4.4.3   Private RF Point-to-Multipoint Systems

4.4.4   Cellular

4.5  Software: Data Management and Analytics

4.5.1   Meter Data Management

4.5.2   Smart Water Analytics

4.5.3   Customer Portals

4.5.4   Integrated Water Management Suites

4.6  Security

4.7  Standards

5. Key Industry Players

5.1  Aclara (ESCO Technologies)

5.2  American Water Works Association (AWWA)

5.3  Arad/Master Meter

5.4  Arqiva

5.5  Badger Meter

5.6  Capgemini

5.7  CH2M HILL

5.8  Elster Group

5.9  Homerider Systems (Veolia Water)

5.10   i2O Water

5.11   IBM

5.12   Itron

5.13   Mueller Systems

5.14   Neptune Technology Group

5.15   Oracle

5.16   OSIsoft

5.17   Pure Technologies

5.18   Schneider Electric

5.19   Sensus

5.20   TaKaDu

5.21   The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN Forum)

6. Market Forecasts

6.1  The Smart Water Networks Market

6.2  Global Forecast

6.2.1   Technology Markets

6.2.2   Smart Water Meter Market

6.3  Regional Markets for Smart Water Networks

6.3.1   North America

6.3.2   Europe

6.3.3   Asia Pacific

6.3.4   Latin America

6.3.5   Middle East & Africa

6.4  Conclusions and Recommendations

7. Company Directory
8. Acronym and Abbreviation List
9. Table of Contents
10. Table of Charts and Figures
11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Smart Water Networks Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Non-Revenue Water Rates for Selected Cities
  • Smart Water Networks Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Annual Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Annual Revenue by Meter Type, World Markets:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, North America: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Europe: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Latin America: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2022
  • Standard International Water Association Water Balance
  • Mesh Network Configurations
  • Star Network Configurations

List of Tables

  • Non-Revenue Water Rates for Selected Cities
  • Smart Water Networks Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Cumulative Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Annual Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Water Meter Installed Base (All Types) by Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Installed Base of All Water Meters by Meter Type and Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Percentage of Water Meter Installed Base by Meter Type and Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Water Meter Installed Base (All Types) by Meter Type, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Annual Revenue by Meter Type, World Markets:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, North America: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Revenue by Meter Type, North America:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, Europe: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Revenue by Meter Type, Europe:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Revenue by Meter Type, Asia Pacific:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, Latin America: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Revenue by Meter Type, Latin America:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Shipments by Meter Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Revenue by Meter Type, Middle East & Africa:  2013-2022
  • Smart Water Meter Average Selling Price by Meter Type and Region, World Markets: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, North America: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Europe: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Latin America: 2013-2022
  • Smart Water Networks Revenue by Technology, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2022
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