2014 Venue Report: Smart Energy

The Energy & Natural Resources Market Reports has been published today. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of energy & natural resources industries.

Energy is the lifeblood of our global economy. Utilities and other service providers have only begun to realize the benefits of Smart Services to support and extend the capabilities of energy generation and distribution. As competition for customers and the demands on existing infrastructure continue to increase, utilities and other service providers will enter a new phase of growth driven by entirely new modes of value-creation.

New technology, customer behaviors, and competitive forces are driving change within the energy sector; change that is extending well beyond the often hyped “smart grid.” Opportunities abound in this environment as new applications and services explode, energy information's role in the network expands, and customers' desire for energy management solutions drive the need for open systems and interoperability. Utilities and other service providers have only begun to realize the benefits of Smart Services to support and extend the capabilities of energy generation and distribution. As competition for customers and the demands on existing infrastructure continue to increase, utilities and other service providers will enter a new phase of growth driven by entirely new modes of value-creation.

This report covers the trends and forces, ecosystem, players, and new opportunities that are currently driving growth across the Smart Energy venue.

2014 Venue Report: Smart Energy

The Energy & Natural Resources Market Reports has been published today. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of energy & natural resources industries.

Energy is the lifeblood of our global economy. Utilities and other service providers have only begun to realize the benefits of Smart Services to support and extend the capabilities of energy generation and distribution. As competition for customers and the demands on existing infrastructure continue to increase, utilities and other service providers will enter a new phase of growth driven by entirely new modes of value-creation.

New technology, customer behaviors, and competitive forces are driving change within the energy sector; change that is extending well beyond the often hyped “smart grid.” Opportunities abound in this environment as new applications and services explode, energy information's role in the network expands, and customers' desire for energy management solutions drive the need for open systems and interoperability. Utilities and other service providers have only begun to realize the benefits of Smart Services to support and extend the capabilities of energy generation and distribution. As competition for customers and the demands on existing infrastructure continue to increase, utilities and other service providers will enter a new phase of growth driven by entirely new modes of value-creation.

This report covers the trends and forces, ecosystem, players, and new opportunities that are currently driving growth across the Smart Energy venue.