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スマートビルディング:スマートグリッドとBEMSを接続する市場

Smart Buildings: The Market for Connecting Smart Grid with BEMS 2013 to 2017

発行 Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd. 商品コード 279140
出版日 ページ情報 英文 169 Pages
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スマートビルディング:スマートグリッドとBEMSを接続する市場 Smart Buildings: The Market for Connecting Smart Grid with BEMS 2013 to 2017
出版日: 2013年08月23日 ページ情報: 英文 169 Pages
概要

今後20年間にわたるスマートグリッドとスマートビルディング間のソフトウェアインターフェースへの支出額は340億米ドルが見込まれ、年間平均額は17億米ドルとなり、その大部分は既存のスマートビルへの設置にあてられると予測されています。2022年までにはほとんどのBEMS(商用ビル向けエネルギー管理システム)がOpenADRを利用した自動需要反応(ADR)を提供し、同時に/または同機能がスマートビルディングのエンタープライズエネルギー管理(EEM)パッケージから提供されると予測されています。

当レポートでは、急成長するスマートグリッドとスマートビルディング間の「インターフェースソフトウェア」ビジネスについて調査し、潜在的市場規模および世界の主要国において今後5年間でビジネスを形成する重要な要因の評価、製品分類別の市場分析などを提供しており、スマートグリッドソフトウェア市場向けビルエネルギー管理システム(BEMS)の市場規模・構造とそのCAGR成長率予測、M&A・投資の促進因子、市場の機会と脅威などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 スマートグリッド状況・将来の発展動向

第3章 スマートグリッド市場規模

  • 世界におけるスマートグリッド市場の潜在的規模:国別
  • 世界におけるスマートグリッド市場の潜在的規模:国・製品別
  • 電気ユーティリティ産業は新しいビジネスモデルを必要とする
  • 新モデルは従来型のスピニングリザーブを必要とするか
  • スマートグリッドの減速はスマートビルディングとの連動阻害しない
  • 分散型発電は新モデルで重要な役割を果たす

第4章 スマートビルディングと連動したスマートグリッドインターフェース

  • 市場規模:消費者インターフェース、HAN、EMS(エネルギー監理システム)、ストレージおよびEV(電気自動車)

第5章 スマートビルディング優先市場の定義・規模

第6章 スマートビルディング:ITコンバージェンス・モノのインターネット(IoT)

  • スマートビルディング:ITコンバージェンス
  • スマートグリッド:エネルギーおよびその他のモノのインターネット

第7章 スマートビルディング:仮想発電所による需要反応・分散型エネルギーの強化

  • 需要反応
  • 分散型エネルギーが重要な役割を果たす理由
  • ESCO(エネルギーサービス企業)を経由したビジネスモデル
  • 主なESCOサプライヤー

第8章 BEMSの市場規模・予測

  • 市場シェア:主要地域別
  • 市場規模・予測
  • BEMSの分析:製品タイプ別
  • 供給サイドの構造

第9章 BEMSおよびスマートグリッド間のソフトウェアインフラ市場・予測

  • BEMSからスマートグリッドへの直接的独立型ソフトウェア市場
  • エンタープライズエネルギー管理(EEM)ソフトウェア市場

第10章 市場参入ルート・ビジネスモデル

  • 市場参入ルートの購入
  • ビジネスモデルの開発
  • スマートビルディング所有者/オペレーターが欲しているもの

第11章 BEMS, EEM & ESCO サプライヤー間の役割・関係

第12章 買収による戦略の実行

  • BEMSサプライヤーによる買収
  • EEMソフトウェアサプライヤーによる買収
  • エネルギーサービス企業による買収

第13章 スマートグリッドビジネスにおけるM&A

  • 主な買収
  • 買収:規模・タイプ別

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This Report is the NEW 2013 Definitive Resource for Smart Grid to BEMS Interface Market Research & Investment Analysis; combining Market Sizing Statistics with Analysis of Mergers, Acquisitions and Investments.

Why do you Need this Report?

  • Gain insightful information about this business for your strategic planning exercises; including the size and structure of the Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) to Smart Grid Software Market; and its CAGR growth rate to 2030.
  • Learn about the global size and structure of the Building Energy Management Systems DDC controls market; including breakdown by product type in 2012 and sales forecast to 2017.
  • Discover the valuations and exit multiples paid for companies in this sector. What is driving M&A and Investment in this business?
  • Understand how technology is influencing this industries future and the effect it will have on your business and investments. What are the major opportunities and threats to this market?

This report reviews the growing business of “Interfacing Software” between Smart Grid and Smart Buildings to bring about a synergy that increases the return on investment in both businesses. Its objective is to assess the potential size of this market and set out all the important factors that will shape the business in the next 5 years in the leading countries in the world; as well as breaking this down by product category.

This is a relatively New Market and the Business Opportunity will depend on how and where the Smart Grid business develops, the regulatory framework, the part that Smart Buildings can play in reducing energy demand and delivering distributed energy resources.

There is no doubt that the integration of these two separate businesses can play a vital role in maximizing energy conservation in buildings whilst generating income and reducing operating costs. It is imperative that they work together to both achieve the maximum benefits in reducing energy consumption and at the same time for Smart Buildings to feed distributed clean energy into the grid allowing the Utilities to reduce their CO2 emissions by gradually closing down central fossil fired generating plants.

Fig 10.1:
PURCHASING ROUTES OF INTERFACE PRODUCTS 2012

Within its 169 pages and 13 charts and tables, the report highlights ALL the key facts and draws conclusions, so you can understand what is shaping the future of the Smart Grid to BEMS Interface Software market;

  • We estimate that the expenditure needed to provide software interfaces between Smart Grid and Smart Buildings over the next 20 years will amount to $34 billion, an average of $1.7 billion per year with the majority of this being spent on existing Smart Building installations.
  • We expect that by 2022 most advanced BEMS systems will provide Automated Demand Response (ADR) using OpenADR and / or this functionality will be provided by the EEM package in Smart Buildings. We therefore expect demand for separate software package to decline after 2022.
  • One of the main drivers for interfacing and integrating Smart Grid with Smart Buildings is to take advantage of distributed energy that is available in the many hundreds of thousands of Smart Buildings and industrial sites around the world. This can be achieved through Energy Service Companies (ESCO's).
  • In the USA and UK alone, we estimate some 100,000 buildings are available and suitable to integrate with Smart Grid and this would today account for around 30% of the total world population of buildings. We estimate that in the USA 90,000 sites meet the priority target in the commercial and industrial sector. Of this 40,000 would be in the Industrial and Process Technology sector, and 50,000 in the commercial building sector.
  • When you examine in more detail the benefits for the utility companies interfacing with Smart Buildings the proposition looks even more attractive because in many developed countries Industrial and Commercial Buildings consume 40% of all generated electrical power. Interfacing with this building stock provides large scale opportunities to balance supply and demand particularly as Smart Buildings are already fitted with fully automatic DDC controls.

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Executive Summary

1. Introduction

2. Smart Grid Status & Future Development

3. Smart Grid Market Size

  • 3.1. Potential Size of Smart Grid World Market by Country
  • 3.2. Potential Size of the Smart Grid Market by Country & Product Grouping
  • 3.3. The Electrical Utility Industry Requires a New Business Model
  • 3.4. Will the New Model Need Conventional Spinning Reserves
  • 3.5. Smart Grid Slow Down Will Not Inhibit Interface with Smart Buildings
  • 3.6. Distributed Power Must Play an Important Role in the New Model

4. Smart Grid Interface with Smart Buildings

  • 4.1. Market Size - Consumer Interfaces, HAN, EMS, Storage & EV's

5. Defining & Sizing Smart Building Priority Markets

6. Smart Buildings - IT Convergence & the Internet of Things

  • 6.1. Smart Buildings - IT Convergence
  • 6.2. Smart Grid - The Internet of Energy & Other Things

7. Smart Buildings - Demand Response, Distributed Energy Enhanced Through Virtual Power Plants

  • 7.1. Demand Response
  • 7.2. Why Distributed Energy Will Play a Vital Role
    • 7.2.1. Summary
    • 7.2.2. The Wider Picture
  • 7.3. The Business Model through ESCO's
  • 7.4. The Major ESCO Suppliers

8. Market Size of BEMS 2012 and Forecast to 2017

  • 8.1. Market Share by Major Regions 2012
  • 8.2. Market Size 2006 to 2012 & Forecast to 2017
  • 8.3. Breakdown of BEMS by Product Type 2012
  • 8.4. Supply Side Structure

9. Software Interface Market between BEMS & Smart Grid 2013 and Forecast to 2030

  • 9.1. BEMS to Smart Grid Direct Independent Software Market
  • 9.2. The Market for Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) Software

10. Routes to Market & Business Models

  • 10.1. Purchasing Routes to Market
  • 10.2. The Development of Business Models
  • 10.3. What the Smart Building Owner / Operators Want

11. The Roles & Relationships between BEMS, EEM & ESCO Suppliers

12. Implementing Strategy through Acquisition

  • 12.1. Acquisitions by BEMS Suppliers
    • 12.1.1. Schneider Electric
    • 12.1.2. ABB
    • 12.1.3. Siemens
    • 12.1.5. Johnson Controls
  • 12.2. Acquisitions by Specialist EEM Software Suppliers
    • 12.2.1. GE
    • 12.2.2. SCIenergy Inc
    • 12.2.3. Serious Energy
    • 12.2.4. C3 Energy
    • 12.2.5. Oracle
    • 12.2.6. Ecova
  • 12.3. Acquisitions by Energy Service Companies
    • 12.3.1. Partnership & Alliance in Fashion Not Acquisition

13. Merger & Acquisition in the Smart Grid Business

  • 13.1. Major Acquisitions
    • The Top 5 Acquisitions in 2012
    • The Top 5 Acquisitions in 2011
    • The Top 5 Acquisitions in 2010
  • 13.2 Acquisitions by Volume & Type 2010 to 2012

Appendices

  • A1.1 - Analysis of Acquisitions by Company and Type of Business
  • A1.2 - BEMS & Smart Grid Interface Acquisitions & Funding from 2010
  • A1.3 - M&A Activity & Deals Involving Smart Grid Companies 2011 / 2012

List of Charts and Figures

  • Fig 3.1 - Smart Grid World Investment at Full Potential (US$ Bn)
  • Fig 3.2 - Total World Smart Grid Sales from 2010 to 2030
  • Fig 3.3 - Smart Grid Investment Potential by Country and Product Sector at Installed Prices (US$ M)
  • Fig 4.1 - World Smart Grid Sales for Consumer Interfaces 2010 & Forecast to 2030
  • Fig 8.1 - Total Sales of BEMS by Region 2012
  • Fig 8.2 - BEMS Sales by Region 2006 - 2012
  • Fig 8.3 - Breakdown of BEMS by Product Type 2012
  • Fig 9.1 - Total World Market Size for Smart Building Smart Grid Interface Products & Systems 2010 to 2030
  • Fig 10.1 - Purchasing Routes of Interface Products 2012

List of Tables

  • Table 11.1 - Listing of Suppliers of Smart Building Smart Grid Interface Products & Systems
  • Table A1.1 - Analysis of Acquisitions by Company and Type of Business
  • Table A1.2 - BEMS & Smart Grid Interface Acquisitions & Funding from 2010
  • Table A1.3 - M&A Activity & Deals Involving Smart Grid Companies 2011 / 2012
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