Market Research Report
Energy as a Service for Logistics and Light Manufacturing - Turnkey Energy as a Service Solutions for Light Manufacturing and Logistics: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts
|Published by||Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)||Product code||935319|
|Published||Content info||26 Pages; 16 Tables, Charts & Figures
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|Energy as a Service for Logistics and Light Manufacturing - Turnkey Energy as a Service Solutions for Light Manufacturing and Logistics: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts|
|Published: May 7, 2020||Content info: 26 Pages; 16 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Energy as a service (EaaS) solutions provide the opportunity to better manage energy consumption to a larger swath of manufacturing and logistics companies. By relying on service providers to assess and upgrade their energy infrastructure and use, EaaS solutions enable light manufacturing and logistics companies to control energy costs, reduce operational risk, and meet stakeholder demands for more sustainable business practices. Evolving trends in enabling technologies and financing models in the energy and utility industries provide logistics and light manufacturing companies (whose business takes place in one location) with an opportunity to manage these needs.
The rise of EaaS models threatens to disrupt the current energy market. EaaS providers supply customers with cost-effective, flexible, and enterprisewide energy deployment and management solutions. EaaS providers also offer solutions for companies looking to better manage their energy use portfolio. EaaS providers can manage energy costs in a variety of ways, from identifying additional cost savings to installing green energy technologies and offsite energy management. Although the current economic outlook with the COVID-19 pandemic is unclear, the drivers for these EaaS solutions should yield a positive outlook for the future of the market. These EaaS solutions can enable companies to achieve their financial and sustainability goals.
This Guidehouse Insights report focuses on the drivers, barriers, and regional global trends affecting the deployment of turnkey EaaS solutions with an emphasis on light manufacturing and logistics customers. The report outlines geography-specific trends across various solution segments for these two sectors and offers forecasts through 2029.