US Carbon & Energy Software Market 2010-2014
Date: 09 February 2011
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This paper is aimed at software suppliers, investors, partners and buyers wanting to plan marketing strategies, prioritize sales strategies, forecast expected revenues, and budget accordingly. Market immaturity, undisclosed deals, no centralized budget and a host of other factors make the market for carbon and energy management software difficult to size and forecast. Verdantix applied its Critical Moments model, which combines company financial data, an analysis of the complete universe of sustainability initiatives, budget break-downs and maturity assessments, to its existing body of knowledge on the carbon and energy management software market to produce accurate size and forecast figures for spend on carbon and energy management software by firms in the US with revenues over $1billion. Verdantix analysis shows that the market for carbon and energy management software in the US in 2011 will be $207 million and will grow to $558 million by 2014. This paper also looks at the spend across 20 industries and the split between budget holders within those industries.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
US CARBON & ENERGY SOFTWARE SPEND REACHES $207M IN 2011
Spend By Large US Firms On Carbon Software Will Hit $558m In 2014
Energy & Facilities Budget Holders Will Account For 47% Of Spend In 2011
Ecosystem Of Software And Services Firms Will Benefit From Growth
TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1. Spend On Software Will Hit $558m In 2014 With A CAGR Of 51%
Figure 2. Spend Across 20 Industries Will Reach $207m In 2011
Figure 3. Industry Growth Rates Range From 42% to 58% From 2011-2014
Figure 4. Industry Year On Year Growth In Spend Ranges From 22% To 112%
Figure 5. Budget Holder Spending CAGR Ranges From 21% To 57%
Figure 6. Budget Holder’s Spending On Software Varies By Industry
Figure 7. Four Budget Holders Across 20 Industries Account For $207m Of Spend
CA Technologies, Capgemini, CH2M HILL, CSC, Deloitte, EnerNOC, Enviance, Hara, IHS, Logica, Pace Global, SAP, Summit Energy, TRIRIGA, WSP