Energy Efficient Buildings: Asia Pacific

Summary: Demand for energy in the Asia Pacific region is rising quickly, driven in large part by rapid economic growth in Southeast Asia, India, and China. Simultaneously, Asian governments and industry leaders are highly focused on creating a more sustainable and energy-efficient economy, and these goals have intensified their attention on the building sector, which is one of the primary sources of energy consumption. Driven by these macro trends, energy efficiency solutions for commercial buildings have become an increasingly larger priority for companies within the region.

Energy service companies (ESCOs) in Asia Pacific are meeting demand by providing energy-saving systems and comprehensive services adapted to their customers’ business facilities and building spaces. Over the past several years, performance contracting has become a more and more common business model to assist building owners and managers in optimizing energy use in existing buildings. At the same time, builders within the region have quickly adopted green building certification programs and other tools for improving the efficiency and mitigating the environmental impacts of commercial buildings.

This Pike Research report analyzes market issues and opportunities related to energy efficiency solutions for commercial buildings in the Asia Pacific region. The report examines the role of energy service companies, performance contracting business models, the economics and financing structures behind energy efficiency retrofits, and key green building trends. Market forecasts are provided through 2015, and key industry players are profiled in depth.

Scope: Asia Pacific

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