Chinese Energy Conservation Service Sector Examined in Topical ResearchInChina Report Available at

19 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – By 2014-end, there were 5,125 energy conservation service companies and 562,000 practitioners in China, up 5.6% and 10.6%, YoY, respectively. In 2014, the output value of the country’s energy conservation service industry stood at USD 41.75 billion, up 23% YoY.

As regards business models, EMC occupies a key position, seeing investment up 29.2% YoY to USD 15.10 billion, accounting for 36.2% of the industry’s output value. With respect to specific ways, shared savings take the lead in the market. Restricted by capital of energy conservation service companies, guaranteed savings and chauffage will likely see a greater proportion of EMC investment in the offing. Meantime, alongside China’s implementation of the reform that allows social capital to take part in the urban infrastructure investment and operations through franchise and other ways, public-private partnership (PPP) mode energy conservation service will likely become dominant in infrastructure and public utilities. 

To date, the domestic energy conservation service industry have found applications mainly in industrial sectors (around 70% of the country’s total energy consumption), whose energy conservation service output value captures over 70% of the industry-wide output value.

China’s energy conservation service companies provide primarily single energy conservation type of services with low investment. However, with expanding financing channels and stronger professional skills, an integrated solution covering environmental protection, energy saving and intellectualisation for systems is set to become a trend. 

Topical report “China Energy Conservation Service Industry Report, 2015” developed by ResearchInChina offers an in-depth analysis of the energy conservation service industry in China, covering definition, business model, EMC comparison between China and the USA, PPP mode, among others. The study examines the operation of the industry, including respective policies, number of companies and employees, the industry’s output value, applications, EMC investment, competitive landscape, etc. It gives details on the market segments, including market size, status, competitive scenario, prospects, etc. of waste heat power generation and/or motor energy saving and/or building energy saving. Furthermore, an in-depth analysis of the top 17 players is provided, including their profiles, revenue structure, operating performance, gross margins, types of energy conservation services, development strategies, and more.

Report Details:

China Energy Conservation Service Industry Report, 2015
Published: September, 2015
Pages: 113 
Price: US$ 2,400.00

More studies by the publisher can be found at ResearchInChina page.


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