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Identify the global hot spots and the advancing technologies, which vertical markets will provide the best opportunity, what is the latest trend in the Smart Homes market? What are the biggest threats …

Identify the global hot spots and the advancing technologies, which vertical markets will provide the best opportunity, what is the latest trend in the Smart Homes market? What are the biggest threats to BACS? Is Energy Storage a viable solution. Are the Americas set for further growth?

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  • 1. Energy and Smart Building Technology Market Trends Jeremy Towler Senior Manager Energy and Smart Technologies January 2014
  • 2. Trends for Smart Buildings
  • 3. US$2 billion North American Smart Homes Market Smart Homes Market . Luxury villas Other commercial buildings Home Energy Management Smart Homes Luxury apartments Mid-range houses 1% 3% Hotels Mid-range apartments 96% Zero/low energy homes Intelligent Residential Environment al Controls Assisted homes 0 5 10 Excellence in Market Intelligence 15 20 25 30 35 % Share of Market 3 New study published Oct. 2013 3
  • 4. The Smart Homes Market is Comparatively Regionalised Europe1 • • • • • ABB Busch Jaeger Hager/Berker Gira Siemens Schneider Electric / Merten • Jung • Niko • Crestron • Control4 • Legrand (incl. Wattstopper) • Lutron Only limited overlap of suppliers in Smart Homes 2 North America market in Europe and North • Savant America • Leviton (incl. HAI) • 4Home (Motorola) • AMX • Elan • 2Gig (Linear) • RTI Jan. 2014: Google acquires Nest Labs - new Smart Home player? 1 Source: 2 BSRIA Smart Homes Europe 2013 Source: BSRIA Smart Homes Reports 2013 Excellence in Market Intelligence April 2013: Honda USA launched Smart Home US, incl. Energy Management System and direct vehicle charging from PV power. - Already on sale in Japan. New study published Oct. 2013 4
  • 5. System Integration in Residential and in Commercial BEMS HEMS Gas CHP Room Control Storage Excellence in Market Intelligence Fire & Security 5
  • 6. US$7.3 billion North American Commercial Building Automation and Controls Market New study published Dec. 2013 Excellence in Market Intelligence CAGR 2.8% 6 CAGR 4% (2014-18) 6
  • 7. Threats and Opportunities in BACS* Market Multiple technologies and companies are expected to move into the growing BACS space Quarterly updating service * Building Automation and Controls Systems ** Energy Management Systems Excellence in Market Intelligence 7 7
  • 8. North American Energy Services Market Demand side EPC is an engine to create capital for deferred upgrade Smaller scale projects with Private sector Energy retrofit and Performance Contracting PACE, uptake in private sector New finance model for private sector New entrants from construction Water metering and transport  Building envelope  Big data / information platform  On-going service support EPC is still for MUSH market Set back in 2012 Started to re-bound in 2013 EPC 2013 ≈ $ 5.6 bn     North America  Incentive on on-site generation / renewables Supply side Market size $1 bn 3-4% annual growth Highly fragmented market Energy Procurement Education and govt. sectors are bundling retrofit and procurement service Various contract type: - Fixed fee - Flexible monthly fee - Even No fee!! Excellence in Market Intelligence On-site generation New study published Feb. 2014 Low gas price opens CHP market Clients want resilience in power supply Incentive from states and utilities 8
  • 9. Main Players – NAM Energy Services Market Energy Retrofit Energy Procurement Services Energy Services Market New study published Feb. 2014 Johnson Controls Ameresco Siemens. Honeywell McKinstry. Schneider Electric. Chevron Energy Services + Lots of local contractors. E.g. • Brewer Garret (Ohio only) • GRP (Wisconsin and Illinois only) • Energair (Quebec only) • ECG Engineering (East coast, some States) Energy Performance Contracting Excellence in Market Intelligence • • • • • • • 9
  • 10. Energy Storage Market Expected to Grow Rapidly Thermal store Pumped hydro • Global emerging electricity storage market will see rapid growth: • $ 21bn by 2020 (CAGR 34%) • $ 62bn by 3030 (CAGR 11%) • Grid scale storage will have the largest share followed by the storage for building applications. Flywheel Medium scale battery Compressed air Liquefied air Power to Gas Large scale battery Excellence in Market Intelligence 10 10
  • 11. Primary Lines of Business of BEMS Suppliers [ • • Building Energy Management Solution providers range from major Building Automation companies and IT corporates, to specialist energy management software suppliers. Specialists in related areas (Property Management, Building Insulation etc.) have also had some success. IT Corporate • CA Technologies • IBM • SAP Energy Services • Comverge • Elster Group SE • Gridpoint, Inc Building Automation Controls • Cylon Controls • Distech • Honeywell / Tridum • Johnson Controls • Priva • Schneider Electric • Siemens • Trane Energy Management Software • BuildingIQ • C3 Energy • Cimetrics • Eaton Corporation Plc • Ecova, Inc • EnerNOC • Hara Software, Inc (Verisae) • Pulse Energy • SkyFoundry Electrical Appliances • General Electric Company Property Management • Jones Lang LaSalle 11 Building Insulation Solutions • Serious Energy
  • 12. Convergence of Smart Technologies: Towards The Internet of Everything Smart Cities Smart Buildings Smart Devices / Appliances New study published Jan. 2014 Data Communications Energy Smart Buildings will ideally exist within Smart Cities. “Smart devices and appliances” will communicate with each other, with buildings and with the wider city. All supported by the essential twin backbones of: - Data communications – where speed, reliability and security are key - Energy supply – needs to be reliable, economically viable, and to meet environmental objectives. Excellence in Market Intelligence 12 12
  • 13. The Path to a Smart Future While smart technology is converging, the different levels of activity are still predominantly driven and led by a different group of organisations. Smart Government 1. Regional and national authorities 2. Consultancies 3. Software Analytics Moving from the specific to the more general, the interpersonal and organisational aspects become more central. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Given the complexity, the process of creation and organisation is likely to be collaborative. Smart City Local government Utilities Transport / Automotive Smart Devices Device manufacturers Software suppliers Smart appliance manufacturers Smart Commercial Buildings Global building automation companies Suppliers of “intelligent” HVAC Energy Management Service Companies Excellence in Market Intelligence 3. Smart Grid Utilities Energy management services Building Automation 1. 2. New study published Jan. 2014 Smart Homes Local & regional suppliers Utility companies 1. 2. 13 13
  • 14. Timescales 2013 - smart technologies either established or beginning to emerge. Broadly, the more complex and ‘larger scale’ areas of smart technology are taking longer to take shape. Over time, these technologies and capabilities will become more commoditised. Smart Devices Smart Appliances Building Automation Smart Meters Smart Grid A Converged Smart World Smart Cities New study published Jan. 2014 Excellence in Market Intelligence Smart Government 14 14
  • 15. New North American Study – “MSNAv2” • BSRIA conducted original 2010 Market Sizing North America (MSNA) for CABA IIBC • MSNAv2 comprises a full update of 2010 study including competitor and supply chain analysis for: • • • • • Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) Lighting Control Systems Fire Detection and Alarm Systems Electronic Security Systems (CCTV/Video, Access Control, Intruder Alarm) • Convergence Including Executive Summary • Will also report on threats to the BACS business, including: • New DX AC entrants • Increasing sophistication of AC and heating controls • VRF systems equipped with own controls and energy management functionality • New developments in smart homes and communicating room controllers. • Honeywell, Johnson, Schneider, Siemens, Overhead Door Corporation, UTC already signed up • Sponsors also receive a free copy of original MSNA 2010 study Excellence in Market Intelligence 15 BSRIA’s 2010 Market Sizing North America (MSNA) study. Sponsors sought!
  • 16. Thank you! Jeremy Towler BBA (GSBA Zurich). Betriebsoekonom dipl. oek. Senior Manager Energy and Smart Technologies Old Bracknell Lane West, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 7AH D : +44 (0)1344 465573 F : +44 (0)1344 465626 M : +44 (0)77 2527 8637 E : jeremy.towler@bsria.co.uk W : www.bsria.co.uk Excellence in Market Intelligence 16 16