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New York. June 16, 2015. 5th Annual Energy Innovation Summit. Thursday February 11, 2016 at the Royal Society, London.

New York. May 20, 2015. The global market for business and IT consulting services related to EH&S information management and EH&S software solutions will grow from $475 million in 2015 to $817 million in 2020, according to a new forecast from independent research firm Verdantix. Beneficiaries of the 11% annual growth rate are AECOM, CH2M, Deloitte, ERM, IBM Global Business Services and Wipro Technologies as well as software providers like Credit360 and SAP who implement their own EH&S software products.

London. April 15, 2015. With more than twenty serious contenders in the UK energy services market and fewer opportunities to grow through acquisition, the battle is heating up to win customers and grow revenues organically. This is the primary finding from recent Verdantix research focused on acquisitions, new propositions and customer needs in the UK energy services market.  

New York. February 23, 2015. In the North American market for power utility IT services IBM, Accenture, Capgemini and CGI are the market leaders, according to independent analyst firm Verdantix. The benchmark report, Green Quadrant Power Utility IT Services (North America), compares 10 technology consulting and systems integration firms and helps buyers in utilities to save time, reduce costs and mitigate risks in supplier selection. The analysis is based on an assessment of suppliers on 78 criteria and interviews with an independent panel of 14 customers representing firms with revenues of $92 billion.

London. February 18, 2015. Spending on sustainability consulting engagements will grow from $877 million in 2015 to over $1 billion in 2019, according to a new forecast model produced by independent research firm Verdantix. Based on interviews with 260 heads of sustainability in 13 countries across 21 industries and financial data from 5,662 firms, the model forecasts growth in spending on sustainability consulting of just 4% per annum over the next five years.