Rising healthcare costs, competitive industry pressures, and concerns over stable power supplies in the face of recent severe natural disasters have generated a new and concentrated focus on the ways in which healthcare facilities procure, use and manage energy, according to a report from Navigant Research. These forces are driving governments and organizations to adopt new technologies to monitor and control energy use in in healthcare facilities. Global healthcare facility energy management system revenue is expected to grow from $948.8m annually in 2015 to $2.2bn in 2024.
During the past 2 years, more flexible sourcing strategies across the wind power supply chain have resulted in cost reductions, enabling greater geographic market access while reducing risk and ensuring profitability for wind turbine vendors and their partners in the component value chain. Overcapacity, however, persists in most, though not all areas of the supply chain, providing purchasers with more choice, flexibility, and cost control.