Market Research Report
North American Utility Energy Efficiency Program Implementation: Drivers, Barriers, Vendor Profiles and Market Forecasts of Energy Efficiency Implementation in the US and Canada
|Published by||Navigant Research||Product code||800060|
|Published||Content info||41 Pages; 15 Tables, Charts & Figures
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|North American Utility Energy Efficiency Program Implementation: Drivers, Barriers, Vendor Profiles and Market Forecasts of Energy Efficiency Implementation in the US and Canada|
|Published: February 26, 2019||Content info: 41 Pages; 15 Tables, Charts & Figures||
As the global electric power industry shifts toward a clean, distributed energy ecosystem known as the Energy Cloud, energy efficiency programs are evolving past tools used to shave kilowatt-hours and therms. Specifically, electric energy efficiency in North America is moving to integrate other distributed energy resources (DER) to help ensure grid reliability, meet state and provincial efficiency requirements, and help some localities meet their emissions reduction targets or other energy goals. In this changing landscape, the energy efficiency market is seeing increasing merger and acquisition activity as energy efficiency program implementers position themselves to develop strong business models that meet changing customer needs.
Energy efficiency program implementers are third-party service providers that contract with utilities to assist the utility in achieving its energy efficiency target. Energy efficiency implementers are employing a variety of technologies to increase their capabilities and improve cost-effectiveness of energy efficiency initiatives that were previously out of reach. Navigant Research predicts a steady growth in the North American energy efficiency market over the coming decade.
This Navigant Research report analyzes the North American energy efficiency implementation market. The study examines drivers behind the newly developing business models for energy efficiency as well as implementation challenges. North American market forecasts, segmented by energy sector and country, extend through 2028. The report also profiles key energy efficiency implementers and provides recommendations for both implementers and utilities looking to expand their offerings in the evolving energy efficiency space.