Building Energy Management Systems Sector Set for Significant Growth
The energy management systems (EMS) market is set to reach an impressive $58.59 billion by 2022, recent research published by Grand View Research has been able to reveal.
Building energy management systems for the industrial sector have emerged as the leading product segment and were responsible for half the total revenue in 2014. Power and energy, IT and telecom and manufacturing are leading segments, and it is believed that the industrial segment will be driven going forward by favorable government initiatives and integration of technology solutions.
Furthermore, the report suggests that growth drivers are concerns about energy prices and increasing green building construction. China, India, Japan, the United Arab Emirates and Germany are expected to be the market leaders during the next seven years.
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