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Frost & Sullivan's Energy & Power Systems practice provides global industry analysis, custom consulting, growth consulting (strategy consulting), market research, market forecasts, and insights into emerging technologies that are designed to help your firm address current trends and challenges, identify new technologies and take advantage of opportunities for growth. Our global team of industry experts, consultants, market analysts, and research executives continuously monitor the Energy & Power Systems industry, including power supply components, onsite power, energy management services, oil & gas equipment and services, backup power solutions, and fuel cells.

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Heat-to-Power: Emerging Forces Reignite Waste Heat Recovery Market Lekshmy Ravi, Research Analyst Rising energy costs, sharp regulations and global issues such as climate change have reinvigorated interest in industrial waste heat recovery (WHR) as a tool to increase energy efficiency. WHR offers numerous benefits, both financially and socially, including energy efficiency, reduced emissions and cost savings. Join Frost & Sullivan’s “Fuel Conservation through Industrial Waste Heat Management - Impact and Innovations” webinar to explore forces shaping this market.

This webinar will address:
• Cutting-edge technologies evolving to enable WHR
• Impending changes in the industrial WHR market
• Industries poised to gain the most benefit from WHR

Opportunities in the WHR market vary as several product developers explore different ways to increase energy efficiency. This webinar will help WHR developers identify target end-user segments and refine product offerings. Stakeholders in industries with high energy use such as the cement, glass, and oil and gas industries should attend to discover how WHR can help mitigate tightening energy budgets
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Dec 10 2014
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  • Rising energy costs, sharp regulations and global issues such as climate change have reinvigorated interest in industrial waste heat recovery (WHR) as a tool to increase energy efficiency. WHR offers numerous benefits, both financially and socially, including energy efficiency, reduced emissions and cost savings. Join Frost & Sullivan’s “Fuel Conservation through Industrial Waste Heat Management - Impact and Innovations” webinar to explore forces shaping this market.

    This webinar will address:
    • Cutting-edge technologies evolving to enable WHR
    • Impending changes in the industrial WHR market
    • Industries poised to gain the most benefit from WHR

    Opportunities in the WHR market vary as several product developers explore different ways to increase energy efficiency. This webinar will help WHR developers identify target end-user segments and refine product offerings. Stakeholders in industries with high energy use such as the cement, glass, and oil and gas industries should attend to discover how WHR can help mitigate tightening energy budgets
  • Shale gas has shaken up the US energy market and the impacts continue to ripple into other regions. The growth of renewables and localized generation has further impacted European markets, causing major headaches for incumbent utilities and regulators. In APAC, utilities continue to try to meet increased demand.

    In this briefing, Frost & Sullivan highlights the key trends and challenges faced by the sector in the coming years.
  • Power Utilities in Asia Pacific will use energy storage systems to maintain grid stability, integrate renewable energy and reduce the reliability of back-up and remote grids on diesel. Reduction in storage cost below $300/kW and increase in charging-discharging efficiency of the system will drive the use of ESS for applications like peak shaving and power arbitrage.
  • The microgrid market in the Asia Pacific region has been growing slow in the past few years. The briefing shall cover how the market environment differ by country, and what are the key requirements and application of microgrids in the region. The various factors that strangle or push its way forward in the region.
  • Fuel cost are pretty volatile across globe, however the electricity tariff rates are not as elastic as the rise in fuel prices and overall as the electricity rates in most of the countries and region remains subsidized, the profit margins are getting thinner, and the only way in which utilities can keep the cost down is by cutting cost and increasing efficiencies across the operations of the organization. In early days, Power companies’ notion of fixing an ideal tariff was the only way of improving the bottom line. Cost reductions measures were never considered. Change of ownership of utilities from state to private companies and franchising the operations of utilities have also impacted the evolution of ‘Procurement’ in Power Utilities In this presentation, we will be talking about the evolving practices of material and services procurement by power utilities around the world.


    In addition to the above, this briefing may answer some key questions:
    •What are the procurement evolution trends on global level?
    •How are utilities trying to reduce procurement costs?
    •Top four challenges faced by power utilities in adhering to the best practices?
    •What is the future of procurement in power utilities across the world?
  • Data center configurations are denser than ever, as cloud apps increase server utilization. This means that power, not space, is the new gating factor. This briefing will cover the transformational trends the data center industry is going through and will explore the power and cooling requirements of the modern-day data center with a focus on emerging technologies.

    Why You Should Attend:

    · Explore the recent market dynamics and trends
    · Identify the drivers and restraints
    · Hear market updates
    · Explore different technology trends
  • The Technical Insights division of Frost & Sullivan has evaluated technology trends in the sustainable energy sector and has identified the top technologies that are likely to have an impact in 2014.

    Attend this webinar to discover:
    - The drivers and challenges impacting the sustainable energy sector
    - How natural gas has impacted the renewable energy sector
    - The timeline for deployment and adoption for specific sustainable energy technologies
  • This briefing provides insight into the opportunities presented in the electricity industry in Africa. Emphasis is placed on short-, medium-, and longer-term opportunities, and the drivers for investment are explained in more detail. Emphasis on feedstock changes as well as generation capacity changes until 2040 also will be discussed.
  • The analysis profiles heavy electricity users within five different sectors, including manufacturing, data centers, hospitals, education, and small franchise. This briefing will also evaluate choices for energy management service.

    Why should you attend:
    - Learn about customer perception in deregulated states for purchasing electricity and energy management services
    - Identify key market trends
    - Review purchase criteria for selecting a provider
  • Why you should attend:
    • The analyst briefing will enlighten the invitees about the latest activities occurring globally in the smart grid domain as well as highlight activities of various participants.
    • The briefing pinpoints the probable areas of investment and domains of interest as projected by the global smart grid participants.
    • The webinar provides a snapshot of the present market scenario and probable directions of growth.

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