Research and Markets
announced the addition of the “Energy Efficiency – A Review of Potentials and
Experiences Across Europe” report to their offering.
The European energy efficiency service market is undergoing rapid expansion as a
result of increasing environmental awareness, rising energy prices and the
introduction of legislative and regulatory environmental measures. This market
offers multiple opportunities for both utilities and independent energy service
companies operating across the energy value chain in both B2B and B2C markets.
Scope of this research:
* A forward-looking benchmark of the relative appeal of the energy efficiency
market across the EU27, supported by then key energy structural metrics.
* Energy consumption and intensity forecasts; power prices; capacity margin
forecasts; and an assessment of consumer ‘green’ appetite and credentials.
* Analysis of successful programs, and indications of where future market
opportunities in the European energy efficiency market might lie.
* Information on successful partnerships between energy service companies and
utilities and analysis of why these have worked.
Research and analysis highlights:
* The relative attractiveness of European energy efficiency markets will shift
considerably over the next few years from their current position. By 2015, it is
expected that Germany, Sweden, Italy and the Netherlands will provide the
strongest overall potential for the take-up energy efficiency products and
* Germany, Sweden, Italy and the Netherlands display the greatest power
efficiency market potential for new market entrants over the next five years,
whereas Germany, Italy and the Netherlands display the greatest gas efficiency
market potential for new market entrants over the same period.
* Utility players in the B2C market have based their offerings either on
information diffusion services or efficiency enhancing products and services. In
both cases, several utilities are producing increasingly sophisticated and
targeted approaches, in an attempt to differentiate their offering and capture
greater market share.
In the energy efficiency MAI, Spain, Slovenia and Germany currently provide the
most attractive environment for the take-up of energy efficiency products and
* British Gas
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Research and Markets
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