In 2011 Groom Energy announced our research into
Enterprise Smart Grid, an emerging market area we
had identified through our own customer research,
beginning the previous year. By investigating the
concept with our customers, utility managers and
vendors, we’ve since been able to develop a view
on the market’s definition, why customers are
being driven to consider it, the leading vendors
and how things may evolve in the near term.
We’ve defined Enterprise Smart Grid as an intelligent network for understanding and managing dynamic energy consumption within a large organization with linkages to business decision making and the company’s P&L. The networked application includes digital metering and control technologies which enable energy managers and operators to monitor where, when and how energy is being consumed, while optimizing consumption based on business rules, embedded intelligence and behavior change.
As an integration of several technologies, the vendor landscape includes a broad range of products, with our current list having already identified over 300 relevant companies. The categories include following vendor categories: building management systems, utility bill payment, carbon management, energy management, demand response, industrial controls, sub-meters and more.
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