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Complimentary Report: Ten Predictions For Energy Management In 2014

Date: 30 January 2014

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Executive Summary

This report explores the key energy management trends that will impact corporates and utilities in 2014. It builds on years of detailed Verdantix research into energy technologies, energy services and power utilities, including interviews we conducted with 500 energy managers in 2012 and 2013. In 2014 Verdantix predicts building energy management will explode in Japan, and legislative changes will kick-start demand response in Europe. On-site solar installed capacity will power ahead, and electric vehicles will appear in corporate fleets in growing proportions. Power utilities will launch new energy management services for their small and medium business customers, and innovative utilities will start building out capabilities for microgrids.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TEN PREDICTIONS FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN 2014

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

AEP Ohio, Better Place, City of Gumi, Coda Automotive, ECOtality, EnerNOC, Eos, First Solar, First Utility, Fujitsu, Google, Hitachi, Honda, Honeywell, KiWi Power, LG Electronics, Mitsubishi, Nest Labs, Nissan, Opower, Panasonic, PG&E, PJM, Pulse Energy, REstore, Samsung, San Diego Gas & Electric, Seeo, Sharp, Suntech, Think Global, Toshiba, Toyota, UPS, US Green Building Council,

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The State Of Global Corporate Energy Management 
The Future Of Energy Management 
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