The key component of Navigant Research’s analysis is primary research gained from phone and in-person interviews with industry leaders including executives, engineers, and marketing professionals. Analysts are diligent in ensuring that they speak with representatives from every part of the value chain, including but not limited to technology companies, utilities and other service providers, industry associations, government agencies, and the investment community.
How Our Research Is Being Used
Emerging technology markets are inherently rife with uncertainty and risk. Navigant Research provides its clients with market intelligence designed to clarify investment and expansion opportunities for industry participants. Applications for our research and analysis include:
Market sizing and forecasting
Trend monitoring and analysis
Market demand for new products
Emerging value chain analysis
Market due diligence
Strategic marketing services
Expertise Across Key Industries
Navigant Research’s industry analysts utilize a variety of research sources in preparing research reports. Using primary and secondary research sources, combined with the analyst’s industry expertise, data is synthesized into the qualitative and quantitative analysis presented in Navigant Research’s reports.
Navigant Research is a market research group whose goal is to present an objective, unbiased view of market opportunities within its coverage areas. Navigant Research is not beholden to any special interests and is thus able to offer clear, actionable advice to help clients succeed in the industry, unfettered by technology hype, political agendas, or emotional factors that are inherent in cleantech markets.
Additional analysis includes secondary research conducted by Navigant Research’s analysts and its staff of research associates. Where applicable, all secondary research sources are appropriately cited within the Navigant Research’s reports.
Great care is taken in making sure that all analysis is well-supported by facts, but where the facts are unknown and assumptions must be made, analysts document their assumptions and are prepared to explain their methodology, both within the body of a report and in direct conversations with clients.