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  • There will be silencebefore we begin.There is no separate dial-in number.Audio will be transmitted over yourcomputer. Use headphones/earbudsfor best results.Navigating an Industry in Transformation:Introducing IDC Energy Insights NEWSmart Building Strategies ProgramCasey Talon, Senior Research AnalystOctober 17, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. EST
  • Logistics Submit your questions via the chat window at any time You can download slides using the “Download Slides” button Today’s Speaker “Enlarge Slides” button for improved view; to return to view with chat, open that window Volume controls on the upper left of the console (near the time clock) and on your computer Web conference replay available within 24 hours (e-mail will be sent as a reminder) To find research reports online: Put document number into the search bar at the top of any page of our web site, www.idc-ei.com (example: EI12345) or in the Casey Talon “Advanced Search” Senior Research Analyst To participate in the survey at the end, please disable your pop-up blocker ctalon@idc.com Email: info@idc-ei.com; web site: www.idc-ei.com For upcoming IDC Energy Insights Web conferences: www.idc-ei.com and click on the “events” tab (or sign up for our newsletter from our web site’s home page and you will be notified by email automatically – www.idc-ei.com/newsletter) IDC Insights Community: http://idc-insights-community.com © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 2
  • Agenda  Market Context & Industry Status  IDC Energy Insights’ Smart Buildings Definition  Smart Buildings Technologies Value Proposition  What we’ve learned, and what we want to know…  Discussion of ROI  Preview of Upcoming Research  Highlights of Vendor Landscape  Recommendations© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 3
  • Market Context & Industry Status:Dollars & Sense Impact of Opportunity Waste in Saving C&I Energy Costs 10% = $202 Billion Efficiency 45% of Total US Improvement GHG Footprint = $20 30% Energy Wasted BILLIONhttp://www.energystar.gov/ia/business/challenge/learn_more/FastFacts.pdf?d56c-fb2e © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 4
  • Market Context & Industry Status :Role of Energy in Facility Management Driving Investment in Challenges Goals Energy Efficiency:  92% looking for operational savings  73% want to demonstrate market differentiation  71% look for improvement in employee satisfaction & productivity -- DOE “Business Case for Energy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation” http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/publications/pdfs/alliances/b usiness_case_for_energy_efficiency_retrofit_renovation_smr_2011. pdf © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 5
  • Market Context & Industry Status:Economy-Wide Challenge 3,000 Energy Star Partners** This slide highlights a few corporate drivers for SB investment, and the logos are companies thathave joined the Better Buildings Challenge of the DOE as partners. © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 6
  • IDC Energy Insights’ Smart Buildings Definition:From Energy Efficiency to Smart Buildings Defining “Smart”: Moving from check lists & weatherization to IT-enabled efficiency A smart building is defined as a facility that utilizes advanced automation and integration to measure, monitor, control, and optimize building operations and maintenance. © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 7
  • IDC Energy Insights’ Smart Buildings Definition:Facilities Management Transformation 2 Key Themes: Optimization & the Convergence of IT-Building Automation  Key concept is Optimization: real time adaptation to external data and internal policies:  Changes in operations and maintenance  Changes in business processes  The nature of building management is being transformed by the demand for new ways to achieve a range of business goals, including reducing energy costs and attaining sustainability objectives. New, highly integrated building automation and information technology (IT) solutions are becoming more widely available. © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 8
  • IDC Energy Insights’ Smart Buildings Definition :Facility TransformationPath to Optimization 4 Integration 3 Across Building Adaptive Assets & Controls Enterprise Responding to Applications 2 New External Data Automation & Streams Controls for 1 Energy Existing Efficiency Infrastructure Energy Management Upgrades 0 Energy Auditing & Developing the Facility Baseline © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 9
  • The Mature Smart Building Comprehensive Integration OPTIMIZATION Real Time Adaptation Internal Policies External Signals© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 10
  • IDC Energy Insights’ Smart Buildings Definition :Maturity Model Technology ecosystem: – Six segments:  HVAC  Lighting  Plug Loads  Fire & Security  Distributed Energy Resources  Analytics & Data Management – Focus on Convergence of IT & Building Automation © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 11
  • IT-Building Automation Convergence Smarter equipment, smarter control systems lead to holistic energy Analytics & Data Control management  IT is now Management Software increasingly involved as systems run over networks, support Network middleware, IT infrastructure, storage, policies & security Controllers Focus on building Sensors equipment (chillers, boilers, lighting, etc.) – not process equipment © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 12
  • IDC Energy Insights’ Smart Buildings Definition:Technology Infrastructure Outcomes Optimal Tenant Decreased GHG Comfort Cost Savings Emissions Internal Inputs External Inputs Tenant Polling Real-Time Mkt Prices Smart Building Sensor Network Integrated Control & Automation for DR Signals Building Optimization Sub-Meter Network Weather Forecasts IT Architecture Wireless Network Servers Enterprise Applications Smart Building SystemsLighting Control System HVAC Control System Plug Load Control Systems Enterprise Analytics & Integration• Daylight Sensing • Temperature Sensors • Occupancy Sensors • Integrated System-Wide Analytics• Occupancy Sensing • VSDs/VFDs • Energy Supply Controllers via • Visual Analytics (Dashboards) and• Dimmable Ballast Control • VAV Controllers Surge Suppressors Reporting • Full System Integration: HVAC, Lighting, and Plug Loads © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 13
  • Market Context & Industry Status:<$10b Market Opportunity Global Smart Buildings Spending Forecast 12,000.00 10,000.00 8,000.00 $M 6,000.00 4,000.00 2,000.00 0.00 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: IDC Energy Insights, 2011 © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 14
  • Investment Influencers Smart Building Investments Electric Vendors Utilities ROI Demand Response Payback Opportunities:Value Proposition - Incentives - Rates Building Owners© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 15
  • Research Lessons:Smart Buildings – Smart Grid Future Reality Drivers Benefits Challenges Peak load management under new resource Grid reliability and Customer engagement, demand shortages stability response program maturity and adoptionElectric Regulator-mandated Technology investment, hesitation overutilities energy-efficiency resource management on customer side improvement Regulatory compliance of the meter Competitive market pressure for Expansion of market customer share (in competitive Balancing revenue from energy sales and acquisition/retention markets) conservation benefits to consumers Rising uncertain Energy cost Building infrastructure limitations, energy costs containment technology familiarity/benefit awareness Business processBuilding Inefficient, scheduled improvement: Proactive Change management — businessowners O&M O&M procedures process transformation Intangible business benefits CSR, New technology investment capital Stakeholder/sharehol sustainability, GHG constraints, limited perspective on der pressures reduction investment benefit calculations © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 16
  • Building-Grid Interface Early Opportunities with Demand Response Value of Smart Building technologies Mutually Beneficial to Utilities, Vendors & End Users Source: OpenADR Alliance: http://www.openadr.org/© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 17
  • Smart Buildings Technologies Value Proposition:Addressing End User Pain Points • Manage & reduce energy costs • Streamline Operations & Maintenance for cost savings (e.g. catch equipment, settings, scheduling errors) • Differentiate facility to attract and retain tenants/employees • Achieve Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainability, and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction Goals • Comply with new regulations and codes (i.e. municipal building codes, state energy efficiency resources standards) © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 18
  • Manage & Reduce Energy CostsGSA Lighting Study: Upcoming Smart Building Strategies Research: Analytics & Data Management for Smart Buildings IDC MarketScape: Smart Building Analytics Plug Load Solutions for Smart Buildings3 Control Strategies Deployed:• Institutional tuning and scheduling• Occupancy sensing• Personal controlSource: GSA Lighting Study http://www.gsa.gov/graphics/pbs/OccupantResponsiveLighting_508c.pdf © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 19
  • Streamline O&M for Cost Savings “You Can’t Fix What You Don’t Measure” Heighten visibility into equipment operations Upcoming Smart Buildings Strategies – Fault detection & alarms Research – Ongoing Commissioning Analytics & Data Management for Smart – Preventive Maintenance Buildings Defer Capital Expenditures on new equipment Cloud Services for Smart Buildings Reduce truck rolls Global Smart Buildings Technology Spending “We know from our research and experience that the Forecast marketplace already has the necessary technology and Energy Services Model skill sets to reduce energy and operational costs in for Smart Buildings new ways. Our research and others have shown that information technology could help accomplish these goals.” – Rick Diamond, Lawrence Berkeley National Labshttp://gsablogs.gsa.gov/gsablog/2012/05/18/gsa%E2%80%99s-smart-buildings-here%E2%80%99s-what-the-industry-is-saying/ © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 20
  • Differentiate Facility to Attract & Retain Tenants Energy Dashboard Kiosks Upcoming Smart Buildings Strategies Highly Visible Lighting Retrofits Research Occupant workstation dashboards Role of Social Media in Developing Smart Buildings Plug Load Controls Smart Building Plug Load Solutions Smart Building Solutions for Commercial Real Estate Impact of Wireless Networks on Developing Smart Buildings © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 21
  • Achieve Corporate Targets (i.e. sustainability, CSR, GHG Reductions)  Energy Conservation Upcoming Smart Buildings Strategies – Reduced kWh or BTU = CO2e Research The Role of Social  Space Utilization Media in Developing Smart Buildings  LEED Certification Smart Building  Energy Star Ratings Solutions for Hospitality  Voluntary Reporting Smart Building Solutions for Commercial Real“LEED recognizes the importance of continual Estateimprovement in operational performance and thefoundational role of information, communicationsystems, and analytics in reducing operating costs andthe broader impacts of excess energy consumption.”– Roger Platt, US Green Building Councilhttp://gsablogs.gsa.gov/gsablog/2012/05/18/gsa%E2%80%99s-smart-buildings-here%E2%80%99s-what-the-industry-is-saying/ © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 22
  • Compliance New Building Codes Upcoming Smart Buildings Strategies Retrofit requirements Research Lighting efficiency mandates Analytics & Data Management for State Energy Efficiency Resource Smart Buildings Standards Smart Buildings – Smart Cities Federal Government leadership in Smart Water sustainability – EO13514 & EISA 2007 Solutions for Smart Cities impact on buildings  GSA Smart Buildings Initiative© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 23
  • Research Focus:Return on Investment “Not only does this Limitations in upfront capital assessment demonstrate that responsive lighting Variance in payback threshold delivers deep energy savings across the Shifting role for energy financing – role of board, it also helps energy services providers GSA understand where deployment of this technology Challenge of budgets and benefits – maximizes payback.” impact of efficiency improvements on - General Services Administration future budgets in the public sector Split incentives in non-owner occupied spaces – role leasing contract© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 24
  • Upcoming Research Update: Global Smart Buildings New IDC MarketScape: Technology Spending Forecast Smart Building Analytics 3) Collaborative Research - IDC 4 Pillars - Future of ICT Social Big Data & Business Analytics Mobility Cloud© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 25
  • Vendor Landscape • Engineering • Legacy • Innovation in Building Efficiency Information Technology Niche Energy Management Expertise : analytics energy Automation & expertise management Control Experience • Integration • Open capabilities architecture, • Existing integration Services across Relationships building systems © IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 26
  • Recommendations for End Users  Stakeholder Alignment  Goals Assessment  Investment Prioritization  Awareness of Financial Incentives  Exploration of Opportunities with Utilities© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 27
  • Recommendations for Vendors  Understand End User Pain Points  Clear Value Proposition  Communication of ROI  Identify Partnership Opportunities  Become Familiar with Utility Incentives to Support Upfront Capital Costs© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 28
  • Recommendations for Utilities  Build relationships with C&I customers outside largest 1-2%  Use Demand Response as entry point  Become familiar with new Smart Building technologies and where incentives to replace older energy efficiency incentives make sense© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 29
  • Questions & Answers  Have you joined our IDC online community? http://idc-insights-community.com/energy Features Include: – Analyst blogs and videos – Discussion forums – Resource library/complimentary research – Networking – invite, find and interact with analysts Twitter: @CaseyTalon_IDC and other members Direct: (303) 385-0327 – Events calendar Email: ctalon@idc.com  Sign-up for our free monthly newsletter: www.idc-ei.com/newsletter© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 30
  • APPENDIX© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 31
  • IDC Overview  IDC (International Data Corporation) is the premier independent global market intelligence, events, and advisory firm for information technology, telecom- munications, and consumer technology markets  More than 1,000 IDC analysts provide global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 50 countries  We have been delivering IT intelligence, industry analysis, market data, and strategic guidance since 1964  Our multilingual, multicultural workforce surveys over 250,000 technology users and decision makers annually, delivering unrivaled coverage  IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the worlds leading technology media, research, and events company© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 32
  • IDC’s Global Network of Country Offices  1000+ analysts providing a global information network  Coverage of 50+ countries around the world  More than 40+ years experience analyzing IT and Communications markets© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 33
  • IDC’s Family of Industry Lines of Business:Insights: Industry-Specific Advisory Services  Insights is a series of industry-focused lines of business within IDC  Each Insights focuses on technology- enabled business innovation within a single industry  Insights leverages 40+ years of IDC research methodologies and processes  An agile start up with a global footprint IDC Energy Insights covers: Utilities and Oil & Gas, including clean energy, smart grid, and intelligent oil and gas© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 34
  • IDC’s New IT Executive Programs  IDC’s IT Executive Programs consists of a family of research programs intended to help today’s time-constrained IT executives make more effective technology decisions. The goal of the program is to offer accurate and timely research that will assist IT executives in mitigating technology risks, maximizing the effectiveness of IT investments, identifying and capitalizing on new opportunities, and bringing forth solutions that are aligned with the organization’s business objectives.  Our flagship offering in the series, the Executive Technology Advantage Program, includes a strategic partnership with IDG’s CIO Executive Council, a global peer advisory community of 750 global enterprises and more than 1,400 IT leaders. Through this new partnership, IT executives will have exclusive access to IDC’s team of 1,000+ global analysts, IDC Insights industry specific research, and the CIO Executive Council’s member CIOs, offering a global resource to help accelerate the decision-making process. The new offering brings together two of the most powerful brands in the IT industry.  Our IT Executive Programs offer a range of services that align with the needs of IT executives - from very personalized guidance with a CIO advisor to specific research to assist with critical decision making.  For complete details visit www.idc.com/iep© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 35
  • Terms of Use Except as otherwise noted, the information enclosed is the intellectual property of IDC Energy Insights, copyright 2012. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized; contact permissions@idc.com for information. All rights reserved.© IDC Energy Insights. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Page 36