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Eeb presentation june 2013

  1. 1. M A R K E T I N T E L L I G E N C E • A N A LY S I S • B E N C H M A R K I N G Smart Buildings: Ten Trends to Watch in 2013 and beyond ©2013 Navigant Consulting, Inc. Notice: No material in this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, in whole or in part, without the express written permission of Navigant Consulting, Inc
  2. 2. Section 1 - Building energy Management hits the cloud Section 2 - Co-opetition is on the rise in the building industry Section 3 - Targeted acquisitions help key players deliver end-to-end monetized energy services Section 4 - Demand for smart building products in Asia Pacific will soar, driven largely by China Section 5 - U.S. energy service companies turn to the federal sector Section 6 - Building communication protocols are converging in more ways than one Section 7 - Demand response (DR) is shifting into automatic Section 8 - Submeters find new opportunities in smarter buildings Section 9 - Building information modeling is transforming the design process Section 10 - The interface between smart buildings and the smart grid is blurring Ten Trends in Smart Buildings 2
  3. 3. Section 1 Building energy Management hits the cloud
  4. 4.  Global BEMS market projected growth from $1.9 billion in 2011 to $6.0 billion in 2020  Big data generated by buildings stored into the cloud - basis for rich software-as-a- service (SaaS) offering…valuable decision making tool for top management  Building energy data - benchmarking tool to identify areas of inefficiency and poor performance.  BEMS as an App - a platform that pulls together data from disparate building systems Building Energy Management Hits the Cloud 4
  5. 5. Building Energy Management Hits the Cloud 5
  6. 6. Section 2 Co-opetition is on the rise in the building industry
  7. 7. 7 Current state: Building industry - highly fragmented. Need: Demands for BEMSs require considerable integration between disparate building systems and its vendor solutions. Solution: Consolidated vs. Fragmented:  High performance building product marketing  Vendors combined capability of two systems - is often greater than the sum of the parts Co-opetition is on the rise in the building industry
  8. 8. Section 3 Targeted acquisitions help key players deliver end-to-end monetized energy services
  9. 9. Intense market acquisition levels driven by:  Rapid sector growth - driving decisions towards buy vs. develop  Industry leaders looking to add new capabilities to secure strong position in competitive RFP environment.  Monetized energy services  Retrofit  Optimize providers Targeted acquisitions help key players deliver end-to-end monetized energy services 9
  10. 10. Targeted acquisitions help key players deliver end-to-end monetized energy services 10
  11. 11. Section 4 Demand for smart building products in Asia Pacific will soar, driven largely by China
  12. 12. Asia pacific represents 40% worlds building space – By 2025 China will build over 200 cities with population over 1million  Smart building technology still represents small portion of new construction:  Only 25% of the global market for controls  Only 20% for BEMSs  17% intelligent lighting and controls  6% for DR services Demand for smart building products 12
  13. 13. Asia Pacific strong position:  LED – 50% of global sales annually  Untapped market will represent future growth  Current Smart Technology market is growing at a double digits pace outperforming North America and Western Europe  Chinese Government is a driving force (5 year plan to reduce energy consumption by 16%) 13
  14. 14. Demand for smart building products 14
  15. 15. Section 5 U.S. energy service companies turn to the Federal sector
  16. 16. Current state of ESCO (Energy Service Companies):  U.S. – market belongs to MUSH (Municipalities/Universities/ Schools/Hospitals)  Western Europe –commercial / public building sectors  China – Commercial / industrial sectors U.S. Future State of ESCO  Over 500,000 buildings under government control – great potential for energy improvements via ESCO  U.S. ESCO revenues from the federal sector will grow from $1.2 billion in 2012 to $4.0 billion in 2020 (CAGR of 18%) U.S. energy service companies turn to federal sector 16
  17. 17. U.S. energy service companies turn to federal sector 17
  18. 18. Section 6 Building communication protocols are converging in more ways than one
  19. 19. Current State: Existing building stock speak many languages ICT- enabled building devices - are becoming ubiquitous, leading to a complete landscape of smart devices that can be integrated into a single system. Need: Synthesizing building energy data ICT with BMSs and other systems within buildings need to create BEMSs that feed BMS- related data into centralized servers and software applications. Future state: BASs will grow to $146.4 billion in 2021 from $72.5 billion in 2011: Shift to IP networks for new buildings, doing away with the polyglot automation world of today. Building communication protocols are converging 19
  20. 20. Building communication protocols are converging 20
  21. 21. Section 7 Demand response (DR) is shifting into automatic
  22. 22. 22  The total market for DR services is growing rapidly and will reach $6.1 billion by 2016 at a CAGR of 37.2% over the 2010-2016 timeframe.  U.S. market will represent the largest portion of this market  Western Europe and Asia Pacific will further accelerate the growth.  Increasing portion of this market to be fully automated, as utilities and CSPs look to deepen the ability of DR to manage the grid ever more efficiently and reliably. Demand Response (DR) is shifting into automatic
  23. 23. 23 Demand Response (DR) is shifting into automatic
  24. 24. Section 8 Submeters find new opportunities in smarter buildings
  25. 25.  The worldwide market for submetering technology and services totals $771 million and will grow to $1.58 billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 9.4%.  North America, Western Europe, and Asia Pacific collectively amount to 85% of the global market  15% is spread between the Middle East, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Africa.  This split will remain consistent over the next 8 years as demand for submeters and their associated services surges in the largest three regions. Submeters find new opportunities in smarter buildings 25
  26. 26. Submeters find new opportunities in smarter buildings 26
  27. 27. Submeters find new opportunities in smarter buildings 27
  28. 28. Section 9 Building information modeling is transforming the design process
  29. 29. Current state: Poorly coordinated construction industry professionals Need: BIM software that houses design and construction documents with scenarios modeling function in a central repository accessible via cloud Future state: BIM ecosystem that will include thousands of BIM consultants to help smart building construction from inception to execution via innovation. Building information modeling is transforming the design process 29
  30. 30. Building information modeling is transforming the design process 30
  31. 31. Building information modeling is transforming the design process 31
  32. 32. Section 10 The interface between smart buildings and the smart grid is blurring
  33. 33. Smart buildings and Smart Grid Situation:  BEMS - intelligence from commercial and industrial buildings creates a bird’s eye view of aggregations of buildings – utilities are starting to pay attention.  Grid operators are changing rules and providing market mechanisms that allow and incentivize DR. Trend:  EMS targeting utilities as a means of achieving higher energy efficiency targets  Building industry leaders are eager to tie buildings with the grid through an intelligent network  Products designed to make buildings grid-aware by integrating disparate BASs and enabling them to respond to real-time grid conditions The interface between smart buildings and the smart grid is blurring 33
  34. 34. Thank you

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