Energy Management Systems (EMS) Market
Energy Management Systems (EMS) Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024
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An Outline of the Global Energy Management Systems Market
Industries worldwide are strengthening their efforts to reduce their carbon footprint, whether it is through referring to environment protection activists or following regulatory protocol. Reducing the overall pollution in the world is a top priority in many countries, and the implementation of energy management systems is set to be a core requirement for that. Companies such as Siemens AG and Johnson Controls, Inc. have already pledged to invest over US$140 bn to improve energy management services and help reduce the global carbon footprint.
Even outside of the pollution angle, energy management systems and services are in exceptionally high demand today owing to the increments they provide in process efficiency and the reduction in operational costs. Most manufacturing industries regard raw materials and operation cost as the two largest variables in overall expenses. While the manufacturing industry itself cannot do much over the supply of raw materials, the implementation of energy management systems can help them manage infrastructure costs that meet peak power demands.
The iron and steel industry is of particularly high interest for energy management systems players, as it is currently the largest consumer of energy. Energy management systems can help the iron and steel industry save 10% to 30% of its annual energy consumption.
Industries Across all Regions Strive to Reduce Costs and Carbon Footprint, Propelling EMS Services
Several regulations, policies, labeling programs, and incentives have been implemented by governments to urge industries to begin adopting EMS. This is more apparent in the developed regions of North America and Europe. The latter region in particular has a strict set of energy consumption and renewables goals that need to be achieved in the stipulated time. Both regions hold a key entry point for EMS companies: the rapid adoption of renewable energy resources. EMS can be easily integrated with the establishment of new energy sources and power generation points to improve the overall production and consumption of energy. North America is showing a rapidly growing demand for EMS in offices, new buildings, and retail buildings.
Asia-Pacific-based EMS providers also have major opportunities lined up for them over the coming years. Countries such as India and China are showing a massive scope of EMS implementation during their current phase of industrialization. Shifting focus from generating more power to an efficient consumption of energy is the need of the hour in this region, as energy consumption is already crossing record highs. China is the largest consumer of energy in the world and its government is rapidly adopting guidelines and regulations to reduce the national carbon footprint. This is being done through the use of energy management software connected to sensors that help monitor and control a location’s power consumption.
EMS Companies Look to New Opportunities in Building and Home Applications
A major advantage held by EMS players is that the adoption of EMS in a building can hold similar effects in both commercial and residential locations. This allows the companies to cater to both application groups while being able to provide tweaks and customizations to enhance power savings. EMS solutions are valuable for saving energy consumption in a building through heating and temperature control, ventilation systems, humidity control, and lighting. These factors are applicable to both commercial and residential buildings.
From a global standpoint, most consumers, industrial or individual, are highly aware of the energy crisis and the overall solutions available to reduce power consumption. They are aware of the benefits over time of employing EMS solutions. Additionally, power crunch is expected to worsen over the next few years as the increasing urban population will demand a larger number of residential and commercial avenues. These factors need to be understood by EMS players to make the most of the situation and reduce power consumption across the world. Some of the key EMS players in the world include Siemens AG, Schneider Electric SE, Pacific Controls, Honeywell International, Inc., Rockwell Automation, Inc., and Eaton Corporation PLC.
Sustainability Initiatives by Utility Providers Spur Growth Avenues in Energy Management Systems (EMS) Market
Energy management system (EMS) has gathered enormous steam among utility providers, building facility managers, and proponents of grid modernization as a comprehensive energy solutions. Real-time monitoring of energy consumption across networks, subnetworks, and through grids is one of the compelling business propositions for the EMS market. Relentless focus by end users on improving energy efficiency outcomes is a key force driving demand in the EMS market. Another key aspect propelling popularity of EMS among energy utility providers is the use of digital tools and communication technologies that are integrated with EMS. Over the past few years, players in the EMS market has seen a vast avenue in building management systems (BMS). Facility managers keen on upgrading the BMS in accordance with various emerging regulations, regionally as well as globally, has been attracted by the host of benefits that EMS offers. The focus on reducing the GHC emissions has offered a robust fillip to the uptake of EMS in residential and commercial sector. In industries, the growing awareness about supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system has helped spur the business propositions for various technologies in the EMS market. A case in point is the emphasis on manufacturing processes more sustainable has driven the industrial demand for EMS.
The Covid-19 pandemic has hurt consumer sentiments and investor confidence in various markets across industries. The government-imposed restrictions on controlling the outbreaks in various regions over the past few months has constrained household consumptions, liquidity across operations, and spending on research and development. The fallout has caused upheaval in the energy sector as a whole impacting the bottom-line of numerous key players, which has also disrupted the course of flow of the EMS market. Industry stakeholders in collaboration with governments are reiterating on the sustainability initiatives for reducing the GHCs to fight off against the climate change. The concerns have also been key to influencing the recent energy regulations across industries and commercial sector. In response to these norms, the post-pandemic world will see new directions of investments in the EMS market.
This research study analyzes the energy management systems market in terms of revenue (US$ Mn). The energy management systems market has been segmented on the basis of component, application, and geography. The regional segment has been further divided into 15 sub-segments that comprise 11 countries which are major players in the global energy management systems market. For the research, 2014 has been taken as the base year while all forecasts have been given for the 2015–2024 period. Market data for all the segments has been provided at the regional as well as country-specific level for the 2014–2024 period. The report provides a broad competitive analysis of companies engaged in energy management systems manufacturing and installation business.
The report also includes the key market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities affecting the global energy management systems market. These market dynamics were analyzed in detail and are illustrated in the report with the help of supporting graphs and tables. The report also provides a comprehensive analysis of the global energy management systems market with the help of Porter’s Five Forces model. This analysis helps in understanding the five major forces that affect the market structure and profitability of the global energy management systems market. The forces analyzed are the bargaining power of buyers, bargaining power of suppliers, threat of new entrants, threat of substitutes, and degree of competition.
The report provides detailed insights into the energy management systems business globally. There are currently numerous drivers for the energy management systems market. One of the most prominent drivers is the stringent norms and regulations to reduce carbon footprints globally, mandating higher investments in energy management systems based solutions. Apart from this, energy management systems enables organizations to increase efficiency and reduce operational costs. Market attractiveness analysis was carried out for the energy management systems market on the basis of geography. Market attractiveness was estimated on the basis of common parameters that directly impact the market in different regions.
The scope of energy management systems is vast and extends from heating, ventilation, air conditioning and infrastructure to supply chain. Growth potential for the energy management systems market is provided by these energy consumption avenues. With the development of software, and equipment technologies, the market for energy management systems is expected to expand substantially. Growth in the market for energy management systems can be attributed to higher focus on increasing energy efficiency and achieving operational targets at low costs. The market has received further impetus from rising environmental concerns to reduce carbon footprints. Energy management systems eco system is evolving with availability of several technologies and solutions, however, users of energy management systems have been selective in terms of implementation. Regulations related to energy consumption and environment concerns are shaping the next wave of the energy management systems. These regulations would have a significant impact on the energy management systems market in terms of implementing energy management plan as a part of a company’s sustainability strategy.
The energy management systems market is segmented in terms of component, application and geography. By component the energy management systems market is segmented into hardware components, software, communication networks, control system and sensors and other equipment. By application the market is segmented into industrial, building and home. The energy management systems market was analyzed across five geographies: North America, South & Central America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. North America, held the largest market share followed by Europe in 2014. Rise in awareness about the benefits of energy management systems coupled with huge investments in energy management systems solutions is the primary driver for the energy management systems market in North America. South & Central America and Middle East & Africa have experienced sluggish growth in the year 2014.
Regional data has been provided for each sub-segment of the energy management systems market. Key market participants in the energy management systems market include Emerson Process Management, Eaton Corporation Plc, General Electric Company, Honeywell International, Inc., Johnson Controls, Inc., Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Pacific Controls, Rockwell Automation, Inc., Schneider Electric SE and Siemens AG.
Energy Management Systems Market: By Component
- Hardware Component
- Communications Networks
- Control System
- Sensors and Equipment
Energy Management Systems Market: By Application
Energy Management Systems Market: By Region
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- Japan & South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
- South & Central America
- Rest of South & Central America