Demand for Clean Technology in Defense Industry to See High Growth, Predicts SDI in Its Report Published at

12 Aug 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Defense organizations from different corners of the world become increasingly interested in cost savings and improvement of their operational efficiency and keeping up with the most recent technological advancements. Besides, they pay much attention to compliance with legislation. Implementation of clean technology measures is perceived by the companies as the best solutions in the current situation. Some of these measures comprise: green buildings, energy efficiency in facilities, waste management, procurement of renewable energy, and more.

Clean technologies are expected to have large impact on the defense industry in the upcoming years, and the demand for them is set to grow significantly in countries of Western Europe and North America.

Budget allocation for these technologies is forecast to stay within USD 500,000 over the next few leaders, and higher investments are likely to be in the USA and Germany where prospects for waste management and renewable energy investments are particularly high.

However, this market faces a number of difficulties, and issues associated with the integration with existing systems, processes and standards are the major ones.

In-demand research report “Clean Technology in Defense Industry - Emerging Trends and Outlook” drawn up by SDI offers an up-close look at implementation of clean technologies in the defense industry. The study casts light on factors having impact on growth of the demand for these technologies. It covers a status of organizational objectives and shares with a reader valuable details on key application areas.

The report casts light on potential impact clean technologies can have on the defense industry. The research study also projects demand changes for the period 2016-2021. Cost saving expectations can be found in the research study, too. The study also contains information on supplier engagement and challenges this market faces.

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