EaaS(Energy as a Service)市場 : 2027 年までの世界予測

出版:MarketsandMarkets(マーケッツアンドマーケッツ) 出版年月:2022年9月

EaaS(Energy as a Service)市場 : タイプ (エネルギー供給サービス、運用、保守サービス、エネルギー効率、最適化サービス) 、エンドユーザー (商業および産業) 、地域別 – 2027 年までの世界予測
Energy as a Service Market by Type (Energy Supply Services, Operational and Maintenance Services, and Energy Efficiency and Optimization Services) End-User (Commercial and Industrial) and Region – Global Forecast to 2027

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The energy as a service market is projected to reach USD 105.6 billion by 2027 from an estimated USD 64.7 billion in 2022, at a CAGR of 10.3% during the forecast period.

EaaS(Energy as a Service)市場 : タイプ (エネルギー供給サービス、運用、保守サービス、エネルギー効率、最適化サービス) 、エンドユーザー (商業および産業) 、地域別 - 2027 年までの世界予測

Due to the manufacturing advances and various technological improvements, the costs of various renewables and storage systems such as solar PVs, fuel cells, grid-based energy storage, especially batteries, and combined heat and power declined significantly in the recent times. The decreasing costs of solar PV are encouraging users to install these resources for generating electricity. These decreasing prices of the renewables and storage solutions have positively promoted the energy as a service approach as it is helping the utilities implement the same and helping various end-users reduce their energy costs. Also, with the price volatility found in today’s fossil fuels markets, unpredictable prices are costing the government substantially more than lower cost alternatives. For instance, solar power can be generated and used during peak times to offset the costly high-demand electricity mentioned above. The use of solar power can not only reduce the overall electricity usage but also helps avoid demand charges. Hence, all factors are making these options more viable and affordable.

EaaS(Energy as a Service)市場 : タイプ (エネルギー供給サービス、運用、保守サービス、エネルギー効率、最適化サービス) 、エンドユーザー (商業および産業) 、地域別 - 2027 年までの世界予測
The deployment of various renewable energy sources has its own technical and feasibility considerations. They also have some capacity constraints such as restricted supplies of basic raw material inputs, limitations on manufacturing capacity, competition for larger construction project management and equipment, and limited trained workforce. Environment clearances and land acquisition have been the major issues for the delay in project execution. For instance, if a customer has already deployed smart lighting, an energy as a service provider could face trouble integrating the same with their platform for analyzing and automating the same using their proprietary platform. Hence, there is a need for a streamlined business process, effective controls, and transparency. In addition, several diverse and emerging technologies, such as connected devices and monitoring platforms, need to communicate . seamlessly with each other to achieve energy cost savings through constant monitoring and automation.

“The energy supply services segment, by type, is expected to be the fastest growing market from 2022 to 2027”
There are three types of services are considered in the report energy supply services, operational and maintenance services and energy efficiency and optimization services. Energy supply services refer to the idea where a building’s energy requirements are taken care of by an outside company, typically utilities or service providers. Energy supply services protect end-users from grid blackouts and weather extremes that would threaten the operations of a traditional grid connected commercial and industrial entities. In energy as a service operation, energy supply services are increasingly delivered through Energy Services Agreements (ESAs) that are performance-based contracts through which a service provider agrees to finance, develop, and deploy renewable energy projects for clients without any upfront capital expenditures. In addition to this, consumers do not have any responsibility to maintain and upgrade the equipment.
“The commercial segment, by end-user, is expected to be the largest market from 2022 to 2027”
The end-user segment have two types includes commercial and industrial end-users. The commercial segment includes establishments such as healthcare, educational institutions, airports, data centers, leisure centers, warehouses, hotels, and others. Electricity prices for the commercial sector are higher than the industrial sector. Hence, customers are looking for a solution that helps them implement energy-efficiency projects with no capital expenditure and validate energy savings. Therefore, increase in the energy consumption demand and commercial energy prices is expected to drive the segment.
“North America: The largest and the fastest growing region in the energy as a service market”
North America is expected to dominate the global energy as a service market and is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2022–2027. One of the major drivers for the energy as a service business model in the region is the ability to incorporate technology, analytics, and personalized services for end users. North America’s electrical transmission infrastructure is not upgraded for modern threats and natural hazards. Energy as a service would provide the reliability and flexibility that would enable expanded use of electricity across the region without getting affected by threats and hazards.

Breakdown of Primaries:
In-depth interviews have been conducted with various key industry participants, subject-matter experts, C-level executives of key market players, and industry consultants, among other experts, to obtain and verify critical qualitative and quantitative information, as well as to assess future market prospects. The distribution of primary interviews is as follows:
By Company Type: Tier 1- 40%, Tier 2- 35%, and Tier 3- 25%
By Designation: C-Level- 30%, D-Level- 20%, and Others- 50%
By Region: Asia Pacific– 60%, North America – 10%, Europe – 18%, Middle East & Africa – 8%, and South America– 4%
Note: “Others” include sales managers, engineers, and regional managers
The tiers of the companies are defined based on their total revenue as of 2021: Tier 1: >USD 1 billion, Tier 2: USD 500 million–1 billion, and Tier 3: The energy as a service market is dominated by major globally established players. The leading players in the energy as a service market are ENGIE (France), Enel X (Italy), Schneider Electric (France), Ameresco (US), Siemens (France), General Electric (US), Veolia (France), Honeywell (US), Centrica (Netherlands), Alpiq (Switzerland), WGL Energy (US), Orsted (Denmark), Bernhard Energy Solutions (US) and others.

EaaS(Energy as a Service)市場 : タイプ (エネルギー供給サービス、運用、保守サービス、エネルギー効率、最適化サービス) 、エンドユーザー (商業および産業) 、地域別 - 2027 年までの世界予測
Study Coverage:
The report defines, describes, and forecasts the energy as a service market, by type (energy supply services, operational and maintenance services and energy efficiency and optimization services), end-user (commercial and industrial) and region (Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and South America). It also offers a detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis of the market.
The report provides a comprehensive review of the major market drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges. It also covers various important aspects of the market, which include the analysis of the competitive landscape, market dynamics, market estimates in terms of value, and future trends in the energy as a service market.
Key Benefits of Buying the Report
1. The report identifies and addresses the key markets for energy as a service, which would help end-users to grow the demand.
2. The report helps system providers understand the pulse of the market and provides insights into drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges.
3. The report will help key players understand the strategies of their competitors better and help them in making better strategic decisions.


目次

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION (Page No. – 23)
1.1 STUDY OBJECTIVES
1.2 DEFINITION
1.3 INCLUSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
1.3.1 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TYPE
1.3.2 MARKET, BY END USER
1.3.3 MARKET, BY REGION
1.4 MARKET SCOPE
1.4.1 MARKET SEGMENTATION
1.4.2 REGIONAL SCOPE
1.5 YEARS CONSIDERED
1.6 CURRENCY CONSIDERED
1.7 LIMITATIONS
1.8 STAKEHOLDERS
1.9 SUMMARY OF CHANGES

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (Page No. – 28)
2.1 RESEARCH DATA
FIGURE 1 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN
2.2 DATA TRIANGULATION
2.2.1 MARKET ANALYSIS THROUGH PRIMARY INTERVIEWS
FIGURE 2 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY
2.2.2 SECONDARY DATA
2.2.2.1 Key data from secondary sources
2.2.3 PRIMARY DATA
2.2.3.1 Key data from primary sources
2.2.3.2 Breakdown of primary interviews
FIGURE 3 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY INTERVIEWS: BY COMPANY TYPE, DESIGNATION,  AND REGION
2.3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION
2.3.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
FIGURE 4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
2.3.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH
FIGURE 5 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: TOP-DOWN APPROACH
2.3.3 DEMAND-SIDE METRICS
FIGURE 6 MAIN METRICS CONSIDERED WHILE ANALYZING AND ASSESSING DEMAND FOR ENERGY AS A SERVICE
2.3.4 CALCULATION FOR DEMAND-SIDE METRICS
2.3.5 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS FOR DEMAND-SIDE METRICS
2.3.6 SUPPLY-SIDE ANALYSIS
FIGURE 7 KEY STEPS CONSIDERED FOR ASSESSING SUPPLY-SIDE OF MARKET
FIGURE 8 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET: SUPPLY-SIDE ANALYSIS
2.3.6.1 Supply-side calculation
2.3.6.2 Assumptions for supply side
2.3.7 FORECAST
2.4 RESEARCH LIMITATIONS

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Page No. – 39)
    TABLE 1 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 9 NORTH AMERICA DOMINATED ENERGY AS A SERVICES MARKET IN 2021
FIGURE 10 ENERGY SUPPLY SERVICES EXPECTED TO HOLD LARGER MARKET SHARE BETWEEN 2022 AND 2027
FIGURE 11 COMMERCIAL SEGMENT PROJECTED TO LEAD MARKET FROM 2022 TO 2027

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS (Page No. – 42)
    4.1 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR MARKET PLAYERS IN ENERGY AS A SERVICES MARKET
4.1.1 DECREASING COST OF RENEWABLE POWER GENERATION AND STORAGE SOLUTIONS TO DRIVE MARKET FROM 2022 TO 2027
4.2 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION
FIGURE 12 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC TO GROW AT HIGHEST CAGR DURING FORECAST PERIOD
4.3 NORTH AMERICA: MARKET, BY TYPE AND COUNTRY, 2021
FIGURE 13 ENERGY SUPPLY SERVICES AND US HELD LARGEST MARKET SHARES IN  NORTH AMERICA
4.4 MARKET, BY TYPE
FIGURE 14 ENERGY SUPPLY SERVICES EXPECTED TO ACCOUNT FOR LARGER MARKET SHARE IN 2027
4.5 MARKET, BY END USER
FIGURE 15 COMMERCIAL SEGMENT PROJECTED TO DOMINATE MARKET IN 2027

5 MARKET OVERVIEW (Page No. – 45)
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS
FIGURE 16 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET: DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, OPPORTUNITIES,  AND CHALLENGES
5.2.1 DRIVERS
5.2.1.1 New revenue generation streams for utilities
5.2.1.2 Increasing distributed energy resources
FIGURE 17 GLOBAL ANNUAL INSTALLED SOLAR CAPACITY FROM 2011 TO 2021 (GW)
5.2.1.3 Decreasing cost of renewable power generation and storage solutions
FIGURE 18 GLOBAL AVERAGE INSTALLED COST FOR SOLAR PV, 2010–2020  (USD PER KILOWATT)
5.2.1.4 Availability of federal and state tax benefits for energy-efficient projects
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS
5.2.2.1 Integration and deployment challenges
5.2.2.2 Dominance of existing centralized utility models
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES
5.2.3.1 Deeper operational and maintenance savings
TABLE 2 RECENT ILLUSTRATIONS OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES BY MAJOR PLAYERS
5.2.3.2 Increasing use of energy-efficient technologies
TABLE 3 POTENTIAL LIST OF EFFICIENCY MEASURES IN END-USE SECTORS
5.2.4 CHALLENGES
5.2.4.1 Uncertainty about agreement structure
5.2.4.2 Building ownership constraints
5.3 COVID-19 IMPACT
5.4 MARKET MAP
FIGURE 19 MARKET MAP: ENERGY AS A SERVICES MARKET
TABLE 4 MARKET PLAYERS: ROLE IN ECOSYSTEM
5.5 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
FIGURE 20 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS: ENERGY AS A SERVICES MARKET
5.5.1 ENERGY AS A SERVICE SOLUTIONS ARCHITECT & PROJECT DEVELOPERS
5.5.2 MARKET OPERATIONS
5.5.3 ONGOING MANAGEMENT
5.5.4 END USERS
5.5.5 POST-SALES SERVICES
5.6 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
FIGURE 21 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS FOR MARKET
TABLE 5 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
5.6.1 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES
5.6.2 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
5.6.3 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
5.6.4 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
5.6.5 INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY

6 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TYPE (Page No. – 60)
    6.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 22 ENERGY AS A SERVICES MARKET, BY TYPE, 2021
TABLE 6 MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
6.2 ENERGY SUPPLY SERVICES
6.2.1 ENERGY RESILIENCY AND IMMUNITY FROM TRADITIONAL GRID CONSTRAINTS
TABLE 7 ENERGY SUPPLY SERVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
6.3 OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES
6.3.1 ASSET LIFECYCLE ENHANCEMENT AND PREVENTION OF DOWNTIME
TABLE 8 OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES MARKET, BY REGION,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
6.4 ENERGY-EFFICIENCY AND OPTIMIZATION SERVICES
6.4.1 INCENTIVES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND NEED TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION
TABLE 9 ENERGY-EFFICIENCY AND OPTIMIZATION SERVICES MARKET, BY REGION,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)

7 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY END USER (Page No. – 66)
7.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 23 COMMERCIAL SEGMENT DOMINATED MARKET IN 2021
TABLE 10 MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
7.2 COMMERCIAL
7.2.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR ENERGY AND RISING COMMERCIAL ENERGY PRICES
TABLE 11 COMMERCIAL: MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
7.3 INDUSTRIAL
7.3.1 INCREASE IN PRODUCTION ACROSS INDUSTRIES AND POTENTIAL ENERGY-EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS
FIGURE 24 ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY INDUSTRIAL SEGMENT FROM 2012–2025
TABLE 12 INDUSTRIAL: MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)

8 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION (Page No. – 71)
8.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 25 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET SHARE, BY REGION, 2021 (%)
FIGURE 26 ASIA PACIFIC MARKET TO REGISTER HIGHEST CAGR FROM 2022 TO 2027
TABLE 13 MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2 NORTH AMERICA
FIGURE 27 NORTH AMERICA: ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET SNAPSHOT
8.2.1 BY TYPE
TABLE 14 NORTH AMERICA: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.2 BY END USER
TABLE 15 NORTH AMERICA: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3 BY COUNTRY
TABLE 16 NORTH AMERICA: MARKET, BY COUNTRY,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3.1 US
8.2.3.1.1 Need to reduce carbon footprint and increase energy efficiency
8.2.3.2 By type
TABLE 17 US: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3.3 By end user
TABLE 18 US: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3.4 Canada
8.2.3.4.1 Need for clean energy future and reduction of long-term energy demand
8.2.3.5 By type
TABLE 19 CANADA: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3.6 By end user
TABLE 20 CANADA: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3.7 Mexico
8.2.3.7.1 Rise in number of policies to support energy infrastructure growth and rising demand for renewable energy
8.2.3.8 By type
TABLE 21 MEXICO: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2.3.9 By end user
TABLE 22 MEXICO: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3 ASIA PACIFIC
FIGURE 28 ASIA PACIFIC: ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET SNAPSHOT
8.3.1 BY TYPE
TABLE 23 ASIA PACIFIC: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.2 BY END USER
TABLE 24 ASIA PACIFIC: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3 BY COUNTRY
TABLE 25 ASIA PACIFIC: MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.1 China
8.3.3.1.1 Extensive energy consumption in hard-to-abate sectors to drive market growth
8.3.3.2 By type
TABLE 26 CHINA: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.3 By end user
TABLE 27 CHINA: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.4 Japan
8.3.3.4.1 Increasing energy prices and need to reduce dependency on imported fuels
8.3.3.5 By type
TABLE 28 JAPAN: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.6 By end user
TABLE 29 JAPAN: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.7 Australia
8.3.3.7.1 Grid reliability and need for energy-efficiency projects
8.3.3.8 By type
TABLE 30 AUSTRALIA: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.9 By end user
TABLE 31 AUSTRALIA: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.10 Rest of Asia Pacific
8.3.3.11 By type
TABLE 32 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: MARKET, BY TYPE,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3.3.12 By end user
TABLE 33 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4 EUROPE
8.4.1 BY TYPE
TABLE 34 EUROPE: ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.2 BY END USER
TABLE 35 EUROPE: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3 BY COUNTRY
TABLE 36 EUROPE: MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.1 Germany
8.4.3.1.1 Need to adopt renewable energy sources and reduce carbon emissions
8.4.3.2 By type
TABLE 37 GERMANY: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.3 By end user
TABLE 38 GERMANY: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.4 Italy
8.4.3.4.1 Development of sustainable energy sector and need to reduce energy cost
8.4.3.5 By type
TABLE 39 ITALY: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.6 By end user
TABLE 40 ITALY: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.7 UK
8.4.3.7.1 Need for energy security and volatile energy prices
8.4.3.8 By type
TABLE 41 UK: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.9 By end user
TABLE 42 UK: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.10 France
8.4.3.10.1 Investments in renewable technologies and growing demand for renewable power
8.4.3.11 By type
TABLE 43 FRANCE: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.12 By end user
TABLE 44 FRANCE: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.13 Spain
8.4.3.13.1 Growing need to maintain grid stability and increase energy efficiency
8.4.3.14 By type
TABLE 45 SPAIN: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.15 By end user
TABLE 46 SPAIN: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.16 Rest of Europe
8.4.3.17 By type
TABLE 47 REST OF EUROPE: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4.3.18 By end user
TABLE 48 REST OF EUROPE: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
8.5.1 BY TYPE
TABLE 49 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TYPE,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5.2 BY END USER
TABLE 50 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5.3 BY COUNTRY
TABLE 51 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: MARKET, BY COUNTRY,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5.3.1 Saudi Arabia
8.5.3.1.1 Shift to non-oil-based economy and need for renewable power generation
8.5.3.2 By type
TABLE 52 SAUDI ARABIA: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5.3.3 By end user
TABLE 53 SAUDI ARABIA: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5.3.4 South Africa
8.5.3.4.1 Grid connectivity and policy support for energy-efficiency measures
8.5.3.5 By type
TABLE 54 SOUTH AFRICA: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5.3.6 By end user
TABLE 55 SOUTH AFRICA: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.6 SOUTH AMERICA
8.6.1 BY TYPE
TABLE 56 SOUTH AMERICA: ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.6.2 BY END USER
TABLE 57 SOUTH AMERICA: MARKET, BY END USER,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.6.3 BY COUNTRY
TABLE 58 SOUTH AMERICA: MARKET, BY COUNTRY,  2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.6.3.1 Brazil
8.6.3.1.1 Need to tackle power outages is driving market
8.6.3.2 By type
TABLE 59 BRAZIL: MARKET, BY TYPE, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.6.3.3 By end user
TABLE 60 BRAZIL: MARKET, BY END USER, 2020–2027 (USD MILLION)

9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE (Page No. – 101)
9.1 KEY PLAYERS’ STRATEGIES
TABLE 61 OVERVIEW OF KEY STRATEGIES DEPLOYED BY TOP PLAYERS,  JANUARY 2018 – JUNE 2022
9.2 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS OF TOP FIVE PLAYERS
FIGURE 29 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2021
9.3 KEY COMPANY EVALUATION QUADRANT
9.3.1 STARS
9.3.2 PERVASIVE PLAYERS
9.3.3 EMERGING LEADERS
9.3.4 PARTICIPANTS
FIGURE 30 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING: MARKET, 2021
9.4 ENERGY AS A SERVICE MARKET: COMPANY FOOTPRINT
TABLE 62 COMPANY FOOTPRINT: BY END USER
TABLE 63 COMPANY FOOTPRINT: BY TYPE
TABLE 64 COMPANY FOOTPRINT: BY REGION
TABLE 65 OVERALL COMPANY FOOTPRINT
9.5 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO
TABLE 66 ENERGY AS A SERVICES MARKET: PRODUCT LAUNCHES, FEBRUARY 2020–JULY 2022
TABLE 67 MARKET: DEALS, DECEMBER 2021–JULY 2022
TABLE 68 MARKET: OTHERS, MAY 2020–APRIL 2022

10 COMPANY PROFILES (Page No. – 114)
(Business overview, Products/services/solutions offered, Recent Developments, MNM view)*
10.1 INTRODUCTION
10.2 KEY PLAYERS
10.2.1 ENGIE
TABLE 69 ENGIE: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 31 ENGIE: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 70 ENGIE: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 71 ENGIE: DEALS
10.2.2 ENEL X
TABLE 72 ENEL X: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 32 ENEL X: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 73 ENEL X: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 74 ENEL X: PRODUCT LAUNCHES
TABLE 75 ENEL X: DEALS
TABLE 76 ENEL X: OTHERS
10.2.3 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
TABLE 77 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 33 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 78 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 79 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC: DEALS
10.2.4 AMERESCO
TABLE 80 AMERESCO: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 34 AMERESCO: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 81 AMERESCO: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 82 AMERESCO: DEALS
10.2.5 SIEMENS
TABLE 83 SIEMENS: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 35 SIEMENS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 84 SIEMENS: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 85 SIEMENS: DEALS
10.2.6 GENERAL ELECTRIC
TABLE 86 GENERAL ELECTRIC: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 36 GENERAL ELECTRIC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 87 GENERAL ELECTRIC: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 88 GENERAL ELECTRIC: DEALS
TABLE 89 GENERAL ELECTRIC: OTHERS
10.2.7 HONEYWELL
TABLE 90 HONEYWELL: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 37 HONEYWELL: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 91 HONEYWELL: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 92 HONEYWELL: PRODUCT LAUNCHES
TABLE 93 HONEYWELL: DEALS
10.2.8 JOHNSON CONTROLS
TABLE 94 JOHNSON CONTROLS: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 38 JOHNSON CONTROLS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 95 JOHNSON CONTROLS: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 96 JOHNSON CONTROL: PRODUCT LAUNCHES
TABLE 97 JOHNSON CONTROLS: DEALS
10.2.9 EDF RENEWABLE ENERGY
TABLE 98 EDF RENEWABLE ENERGY: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 39 EDF RENEWABLE ENERGY: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 99 EDF RENEWABLE ENERGY: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 100 EDF RENEWABLE ENERGY: PRODUCT LAUNCHES
TABLE 101 EDF RENEWABLE ENERGY: DEALS
10.2.10 EDISON
TABLE 102 EDISON: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 40 EDISON: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 103 EDISON: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 104 EDISON: DEALS
10.2.11 ALPIQ
TABLE 105 ALPIQ: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 41 ALPIQ: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 106 ALPIQ: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 107 ALPIQ: DEALS
10.2.12 VEOLIA
TABLE 108 VEOLIA: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 42 VEOLIA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 109 VEOLIA: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 110 VEOLIA: DEALS
10.2.13 ORSTED
TABLE 111 ORSTED: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 43 ORSTED: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 112 ORSTED: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 113 ORSTED: DEALS
TABLE 114 ORSTED: OTHERS
10.2.14 CENTRICA
TABLE 115 CENTRICA: COMPANY OVERVIEW
FIGURE 44 CENTRICA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 116 CENTRICA: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 117 CENTRICA: DEALS
10.2.15 WGL ENERGY
TABLE 118 WGL ENERGY: COMPANY OVERVIEW
TABLE 119 WGL ENERGY: PRODUCTS/SERVICES/SOLUTIONS OFFERED
TABLE 120 WGL ENERGY: PRODUCT LAUNCHES
TABLE 121 WGL ENERGY: DEALS
TABLE 122 WGL ENERGY: OTHERS
10.3 OTHER PLAYERS
10.3.1 BERNHARD ENERGY SOLUTIONS
10.3.2 ENTEGRITY
10.3.3 SMARTWATT
10.3.4 ENERTIKA
10.3.5 NORSECO
10.3.6 WENDEL ENERGY SERVICE
*Details on Business overview, Products/services/solutions offered, Recent Developments, MNM view might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

11 APPENDIX (Page No. – 186)
     11.1 INSIGHTS FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS
11.2 DISCUSSION GUIDE
11.3 KNOWLEDGESTORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL
11.4 CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS
11.5 RELATED REPORTS
11.6 AUTHOR DETAILS


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