Green Buildings Market to 2015 - Incentives for Green Initiatives and Minimum Level of Standards to Boost Growth Opportunities

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Green Buildings Market to 2015 - Incentives for Green Initiatives and Minimum Level of Standards to Boost Growth Opportunities
Green Buildings Market to 2015 - Incentives for Green Initiatives and Minimum Level of Standards to Boost Growth Opportunities

Summary

GBI Research’s new report, “Green Buildings Market to 2015 - Incentives for Green Initiatives and Minimum Level of Standards to Boost Growth Opportunities” provides the key analysis and forecast market of the global green buildings market. This report covers the key market trends and growth forecasts for a global construction industry. This report contains a detailed technical overview of these buildings and their specifications. The report includes a fair deal of discussion regarding the key restraints, key drivers, policy framework, global programs, and industry trends.

Green buildings are increasingly seen as a silver bullet to counter the threats of climate change, resource scarcity, and the widening energy supply-demand gap. Buildings are responsible for approximately 30% of raw material use, account for 40 % of world’s energy consumption and contribute more carbon emissions than transportation sector. Given the inefficiencies of existing building stock worldwide coupled with the impact of the massively growing construction activities, GHG emissions from buildings will more than double in the next 20 years, if not checked. Policy makers thus understand that if targets for greenhouse gas emissions reductions are to be met, rapid achievement of low-emission buildings should be a linchpin of national climate change strategy. Governments across the globe have adopted a wide range of strategies including financial or structural incentives and policy instruments such as mandatory labeling and certification programs and building codes to encourage green buildings. The two-pronged strategy of incentivizing green initiatives and enforcing a minimum level of standards bodes well for the development of green buildings. This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges for the clean technology industry in the global arena. Its scope includes:
  • Market definition and the factors driving the clean technology industry
  • Annualized market revenues of the data from 2005 to 2010, forecast for 5 years to 2015
  • Region wise (Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest of the World) annualized market revenues for the global construction market, forecast forward for 5 years to 2015
  • Region wise (Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest of the World) annualized market revenues for the green buildings market, forecast forward for 5 years to 2015
  • Region wise (Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest of the World) cumulative green certified space for the green buildings market, forecast forward for 10 years to 2015
  • Current and potential regulatory changes

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability. It will allow you to:
  • Make informed business decisions using the insightful and in-depth deal analysis of the various buildings construction industry
  • Develop business strategies by understanding the trends and developments that are driving the green buildings market industry across the globe
  • Understand potential market opportunities in various geographies and fine tune your business strategy in target locations
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational and regulatory events in the world
  • What is the future demand potential of global green buildings market? - Identify, understand and capitalize
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 INTRODUCTION

2.1 GBI Research Report Guidance

3 GREEN BUILDING INDUSTRY – MARKET DYNAMICS

3.1 Green Building Industry, Key Drivers
  3.1.1 Exemplary Government Involvement — Mandates, Policies to Promote GHG Mitigation and Financial Incentive for Green Initiatives are Exemplars of Government Involvement
  3.1.2 Growing Environmental and Climate Change Concerns
  3.1.3 Increasing Awareness about Green Buildings
  3.1.4 Rising Energy Costs
3.2 Green Building Industry, Key Restraints
  3.2.1 Financial Restraints
  3.2.2 Organizational Restraints

4 GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION MARKET REVENUES ($BN), 2005–2015

4.1 Global Construction Market Overview
4.2 Global Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market Revenues ($bn), 2005–2015
4.3 Global Residential Building Construction Market Revenues ($bn), 2005–2015
4.4 Global Non-Residential Building Construction Market Revenues ($bn), 2005–2015
4.5 North America Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market Revenues ($bn), 2005–2015
4.6 North America Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.7 North America Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.8 Europe Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.9 Europe Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.10 Europe Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.11 Asia-Pacific Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.12 Asia-Pacific Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.13 Asia-Pacific Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.14 Rest of the World (RoW) Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.15 Rest of the World (RoW) Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
4.16 Rest of the World (RoW) Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015

5 GLOBAL GREEN BUILDING MARKET

5.1 Overview
5.2 Global Green Building Market
  5.2.1 Global Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
  5.2.2 Global Green Building Market, Cumulative Green Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2005–2015
5.3 North America Green Building Market
  5.3.1 North America Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
  5.3.2 North America Green Building Market, Cumulative Green Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2005–2015
5.4 Europe Green Building Market
  5.4.1 Europe Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
  5.4.2 Europe Green Building Market, Cumulative Green Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2005–2015
5.5 Asia-Pacific Green Building Market
  5.5.1 Asia-Pacific Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
5.6 Rest of the World (RoW) Green Building Market
  5.6.1 Rest of the World (RoW) Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
  5.6.2 Rest of the World (RoW) Green Building Market, Cumulative Green Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2005–2015

6 GLOBAL GREEN BUILDING MARKET, MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

6.1 Asia-Pacific, Green Building Certifying Agencies and Rating Systems
  6.1.1 Australia
  6.1.2 China
  6.1.3 India
  6.1.4 Japan
  6.1.5 Singapore
6.2 Europe, Green Building Certifying Agencies and Rating Systems
  6.2.1 France
  6.2.2 Germany
  6.2.3 Netherlands
  6.2.4 Spain
  6.2.5 United Kingdom
6.3 North America, Green Building Certifying Agencies and Rating Systems
  6.3.1 Canada
  6.3.2 United States

7 TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS

7.1 Environment Impact Analysis of Buildings
  7.1.1 Impact on Air
  7.1.2 Impact on Water
  7.1.3 Impact due to Landfill
7.2 Technology Analysis of Green Building Components
  7.2.1 Energy Efficient Components of Green Buildings
  7.2.2 Water Efficiency in Green Buildings
  7.2.3 Effluent Efficiency in Green Buildings
  7.2.4 Material Efficiency in Green buildings
  7.2.5 Air, Environment Quality and Health

8 APPENDIX

8.1 About GBI Research
8.2 Market Definition
  8.2.1 Green Building
  8.2.2 Green Building Market
  8.2.3 Construction Market Definitions
  8.2.4 Geographies covered
8.3 Abbreviations
8.4 Methodology
  8.4.1 Coverage
  8.4.2 Secondary Research
  8.4.3 Primary Research
  8.4.4 Expert Panel Validation
8.5 Contact Us
8.6 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Green Building Fundamental Elements
Table 2: Impact and Effectiveness of Economic and Market-based Instruments to Mitigate GHG Emission in the Buildings Sector
Table 3: Impact and Effectiveness of Financial instruments and incentives to Mitigate GHG Emission in the Buildings Sector
Table 4: Impact and Effectiveness of Control and Regulatory Mechanisms to Mitigate GHG Emission in the Buildings Sector
Table 5: Global Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 6: Global Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 7: Global Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 8: Global Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 9: North America Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 10: North America Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 11: North America Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 12: Europe Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 13: Europe Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 14: Europe Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 15: Asia-Pacific Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 16: Asia-Pacific Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 17: Asia-Pacific Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 18: Rest of the World (RoW) Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 19: Rest of the World (RoW) Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 20: Rest of the World (RoW) Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 21: Global Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 22: Global Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Table 23: North America, Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 24: North America Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Table 25: Europe, Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 26: Europe Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Table 27: Asia-Pacific, Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 28: Asia-Pacific Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Table 29: Rest of the World (RoW), Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Table 30: Rest of the World (RoW) Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Table 31: Australia, Green Star Rating Tool Categories
Table 32: Australia, Green Star Rating Criteria
Table 33: China, Three Star System, Item Requirement for Grade Classification of Residential Green Building
Table 34: China, Three Star System, Item Requirement for Grade Classification of Public Green Building
Table 35: India, GHIRA, Criteria of the Rating System
Table 36: India, GHIRA, Rating System
Table 37: Germany, DGNB’s Six Fields for the Assessment of the Total Performance Index
Table 38: UK. BREEAM Rating System
Table 39: US, LEED Rating Systems
Table 40: US, LEED Levels of Certification
Table 41: Green Building Components by Parameter
Table 42: Green Buildings, Efficient Lighting Systems
Table 43: Temperature Control Systems, Energy Consumption Patterns (kWh per Month)
Table 44: Water Efficient Systems in Green Buildings
Table 45: Standard Annual Rainfall Yield (Gallons) for Various Roof Sizes and Rainfall Amounts
Table 46: Material Efficient Components of Green Buildings and their Types
Table 47: Global, Standards for Green Buildings Insulation Materials
Table 48: Green Building Siding Materials, Properties
Table 49: Low-Flow Showerheads, Features
Table 50: Abbreviations

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: US, Building Sector Footprint
Figure 2: Global Annual GHG Emissions, % Share by Sectors, 2008
Figure 3: Building Energy Projections by Region, (Thousands of TWh), 2003 vs. 2030
Figure 4: US Residential and Commercial Buildings, Total Primary Energy Consumption (Quadrillion Btu), 2005–2030
Figure 5: Global Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 6: Global Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 7: Global Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 8: Global Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 9: North America Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 10: North America Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 11:North America Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 12:Europe Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 13: Europe Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 14: Europe Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 15: Asia-Pacific Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 16: Asia-Pacific Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 17: Asia-Pacific Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 18: Rest of the World (RoW) Residential and Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 19: Rest of the World (RoW) Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 20: Rest of the World (RoW) Non-Residential Building Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 21: Global Green Building Market, 2010
Figure 22: Global Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 23: Global Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Figure 24: North America, Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 25: North America Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Figure 26: Europe, Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 27: Europe Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Figure 28: Asia-Pacific, Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 29: Asia-Pacific Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Figure 30: Rest of the World (RoW), Green Building Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005–2015
Figure 31: Rest of the World (RoW) Green Building Market, Cumulative Floor Area (Million Square Feet), 2000–2015
Figure 32: Global, Green Building Certification Systems
Figure 33: UK. BREEAM Certification Scheme Family Tree
Figure 34: Canada, Green Globe Rating Levels
Figure 35: Schematic Diagram, Rain Water Harvesting System in Green Buildings
Figure 36: Schematic Diagram, Grey Water Re-use System in Green Buildings
Figure 37: Schematic Diagram, Eco-san Toilet System in Green Buildings
Figure 38: Cross-sectional View, Insulated Concrete Form
Figure 39: Transverse-section, Structural Insulated Panel
Figure 40: Energy Loss from Insulation Faults (%)
Figure 41: Schematic Diagram, Green Roof Structure
Figure 42: Indoor Environment Quality in Green Buildings, Effect Pattern

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