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Global Energy Leaders Survey 2012: Emerging Economies

Date: 10 September 2012

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15 pages, 11 figures

Executive Summary

The energy value chain is undergoing a multi-decade transformation, creating opportunities for a wide range of energy service firms, technology and software suppliers. Large firms operating in emerging economies are giving energy and energy management issues greater consideration. This report helps Business Development Directors, Chief Marketing Officers and strategy leaders that operate in the energy equipment, services and software markets to understand how businesses across all sectors within emerging economies approach energy management. Verdantix surveyed 250 energy decision-makers at $250 million-plus revenue firms to determine the budgets, priorities and perceptions of 62 energy management suppliers. Verdantix heard that energy decision-makers within emerging economies are planning for significant changes, and suppliers of energy management solutions will benefit as a result.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GLOBAL ENERGY LEADERS SURVEY 2012: EMERGING ECONOMIES
Emerging Economies Are A Hotbed Of Activity For Energy Management
Emerging Economies Will Increase Engagement With Energy Management Suppliers

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Corporate Approaches To Energy Management
Figure 2.
Corporate Beliefs Around The Future Of Energy Management
Figure 3.
Energy Data Collection And Reporting Is Top Priority
Figure 4.
Corporate Renewable Energy Initiatives
Figure 5.
Annual Spend On Energy And Energy Management
Figure 6.
Changes To Energy And Energy Management Spend
Figure 7.
Financing Of Energy Management
Figure 8.
Energy Decision-Makers’ Perceptions Of Energy Strategy Consulting Firms
Figure 9.
Energy Decision-Makers’ Perceptions Of Technology Firms
Figure 10.
Energy Decision-Makers’ Perceptions Of Automation and Controls Firms
Figure 11.
Energy Decision-Makers’ Perceptions Of Software Firms

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

ABB, Accenture, AECOM, Atos, Bain, Booz & Company, Boston Consulting Group, C3, CA Technologies, Capgemini, CarbonSystems, Cargill, CH2M HILL, Cisco, CRedit360, CSC, Danfoss, Deloitte, Dimension Data, Eaton, Elster, Emerson, Enablon, EnergyICT, ERM, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu Services, Hara, Hitachi Consulting, Honeywell, HP, IBM, IHS, Infor, Infosys, Invensys, Johnson Controls, Joulex, KPMG, Larsen & Toubro, Logica, McKinsey, Microsoft, Oracle, Orange Business Services, PE International, ProcessMap, PwC, Rockwell Automation, SAIC, SAP, Schneider Electric, SCIenergy, Siemens, Steria, TCS, T-Systems, United Technologies, URS, Verisae, Wipro, WSP Environment & Energy