Smart Buildings: The Lighting Controls Business 2013 to 2017

Published: Q1 2014
Date:
Q1 2014
Pages:
156
Charts & Tables:
34
Category:
Smart Buildings
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This Report is the New 2014 Definitive Resource for Lighting Controls Market Research & Investment Analysis
WHY DO YOU NEED THIS REPORT?
  • Understand why 2014 is the most exciting time for the lighting industry since the early twentieth century. Lighting is truly at an inflection point and the forthcoming shakeout over the next 5 years will determine the winners and losers in the game; as well as who will be the lighting giants of the future.
  • What is driving M&A and Investment in this business? Discover the valuations and exit multiples paid for lighting companies.
  • Gain insightful information about this business for your strategic planning exercises. Understand how technology, and specifically LEDs, are influencing the future of lighting control and the effect it will have on your business and investments.

It is the impact of LED technology that is providing vast opportunities to improve lighting products and their efficiency. This has coincided with the mandated demand to reduce CO2 emissions in buildings; creating a unique and challenging opportunity. But this will come at the cost of destabilizing this long established industry.

Although the manufacture and design of lighting controls is for the most part a separate business, the introduction of LED Lighting opens up new possibilities for enhanced control and also extends it further across the “Internet of Things”.

If the lighting controls market is to maximize the growth opportunities that we forecast then it must increase its share of the retrofit market. Whilst the case for retrofitting buildings with LED lighting has become very compelling it needs wireless technology in order to bring down the installation cost and improve the return on investment in much of this sector.


WITHIN ITS 156 PAGES AND 34 CHARTS AND TABLES, THE REPORT FILTERS OUT ALL THE KEY FACTS AND DRAWS CONCLUSIONS, SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND EXACTLY WHAT IS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF THE GLOBAL LIGHTING CONTROLS INDUSTRY;
  • We estimate the World value of Lighting Control products in 2013 at $1.668 billion at factory gate prices. We forecast that the global market for Lighting Controls from 2013 to 2020 will grow at a CAGR of 12%.
  • The major factor that will determine growth of lighting controls over the next 7 years will depend upon the level of penetration achieved in opening up the retrofit market, which has seen little growth over the last 15 years and still only accounts for 10% of the total lighting controls business. Wireless technology can open up this market and bring down the installation cost and significantly improve the ROI.
  • Some 32% of the value of the lighting controls market goes into office buildings, which is by far the largest market but nevertheless has come down from some 50% in 1996. We expect this sector to maintain its share over the next 5 years. In all the developed economies in the world it has the largest floorspace and is one of the highest energy intensive building types. The next largest market by building type is the Retail sector with a 12% market share. This sector has the potential to increase its share over the next 5 years particularly in the developed markets across the world.
  • Over the course of the last 5 years we have been monitoring developments in Merger & Acquisition across the globe in the Lighting market and have tracked a total of 190 significant deals. The total value of deals from 2008 to 2013, where disclosure was made during this period was $8.23 billion, peaking in 2008 at over $4 billion. The number of deals completed remains fairly consistent over the period; however, high value deals clearly have the ability to skew the market picture.

For only USD $1,500 this report provides valuable information into how lighting AND building controls companies can develop their business through merger, acquisition and alliance.


Who Should Buy this Report?

The information contained in this report will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in lighting companies (and their advisors) around the world. In particular those wishing to acquire, merge, sell or find alliance partners will find it particularly useful.


Table of Contents
    • Preface
    • The Executive Summary
      1. 1. Introduction
      2. 2. Sizing the Lighting Market in Buildings and the Impact of LED Lighting
        • 2.1The Global Lighting Market for Buildings in 2013
        • 2.2 Building Lighting Market 2012 – 2017 by Region
        • 2.3 Market Segmentation 2013
        • 2.4 The LED Lighting Market
        • 2.5 LED Lighting Market Size Penetration 2013 – 2017
        • 2.6 LED Lighting Market Analysis by Region
        • 2.7 The LED Lighting Market – Analysis of the Commercial & Industrial Sectors
          • 2.7.1 Potential Impacts of LED Lighting for Commercial Buildings
          • 2.7.2 Potential Impacts of LED Lighting for Industrial Buildings
      3. 3. Sizing the Building Lighting Controls Market 2013 and Forecast to 2017
        • 3.1 The Development of Lighting Controls Hardware & Software
        • 3.2 Market Size by Type of Hardware
        • 3.3 The Global Market Size and Forecast to 2017
        • 3.4 Market Size by Region & Country 2013 & Forecast to 2020
        • 3.5 Market Size By Building Type
        • 3.6 Market Size by Vertical Building Type
        • 3.7 Market Size by Project Type 2013
        • 3.8 The Impact of LED Lighting on the Lighting Controls Business
      4. 4. Supply Side Structure & Distribution Channels
        • 4.1 Supply Side Structure
        • 4.2 Distribution Channels
      5. 5. Technology Developments & Future Trends
        • 5.1 Future Trends
        • 5.2 Wireless Controls
      6. 6. Key Market Drivers & Barriers
        • 6.1 Market Drivers
        • 6.2 Market Barriers
        • 6.3 Restricting the Sale of Incandescent Lighting
          • 6.3.1 Other Forms of Government Support
      7. 7. The Impact of Integration & IT Convergence
        • 7.1 Why IT Convergence & Integration could Elevate the Importance of Lighting Control
          • 7.1.1 The Impact of LED Lighting on all types of Environmental Controls
          • 7.1.2 Lighting Control through BEMS Suppliers
      8. 8. Open Systems – Standards, Certification & Labeling
        • 8.1 Open Systems
        • 8.2 Standards, Certification & Labeling
      9. 9. Redefining Business Models
      10. 10. The Competitive Landscape & Market Positioning
        • 10.1 Competitive Landscape & Industry Consolidation
        • 10.2 Market Positioning of Major Players in the Lighting & Control Business
      11. 11. M&A Performance / Valuation 2013 & Forecast to 2017
        • 11.1 M&A Performance 2008 – 2013
        • 11.2 M&A Outlook to 2018
        • 11.3 Valuation – Exit Multiples & Drivers
      12. 12. The Investment Market
        • 12.1 Current State of the Investment Market
      13. 13. Potential Merger & Acquisition Targets
      14. 14. Joint Ventures & Strategic Alliance Plays an Important Role

 


Appendix
  • A1 – The World’s Leading Lighting, Energy Management & Software Controls Companies
  • A2 – M&A and Investment in LED Companies in 2012 / 2013
  • A3 – Listing of Venture Capital Companies & Their Lighting Investments
  • A4 – The Evolution of the Plug-in Lighting Control Module

List of Charts and Figures
  • Fig 1.1 – Global Lighting Market for Lamps & Luminaires in Buildings 2012 – 2017
  • Fig 1.2 – Global Buildings Lighting Market Size by Region 2013
  • Fig 1.3 – Global Buildings Lighting Market by Sector 2013
  • Fig 1.4 – Lighting Energy Consumption by Building Sector
  • Fig 2.3 – LED Lighting Market Penetration by Region
  • Fig 2.4 – Global LED Lighting Market for Lamps & Luminaires in Buildings
  • Fig 2.5 – Share of Global LED Lighting Market by Region
  • Fig 2.16 – The Lighting Demand Characteristics of Different Sectors
  • Fig 2.19 – Commercial LED Lighting Market Size and Penetration by Region
  • Fig 3.1 – The UK Market for Lighting Controls (Installed Value) 2007 – 2017 (£m)
  • Fig 3.2 – The Global Market for Lighting Control Systems by Type 2013
  • Fig 3.3 – The Global Market for Lighting Controls Products 2013 – 2020 ($b)
  • Fig 3.4 – Market Sizing of Building Lighting Controls Products by Region ($m)
  • Fig 3.5 – The Global Market Size by Building Type ($m)
  • Fig 3.6 – The Global Market Size by Vertical Market (%)
  • Fig 3.7 – The Global Market Size by Project Type
  • Fig 4.1 – Distribution Channels for Lighting Controls 2013
  • Fig 11.1 – Lighting Industry M&A Deals 2008 – 2013
  • Fig 11.2 – Breakdown of M&A by Type of Lighting Business 2008 – 2013
  • Fig 11.3 – M&A Deals 2013 and Forecast to 2017
  • Fig 11.4 – M&A Valuation by Exit Revenue Multiple 2008 – 2013
  • Fig 12.1 – Private Equity & Venture Capital Investment 2008 – 2013
  • Fig 14.1 – Joint Venture & Strategic Alliance Activity 2008 – 2013

List of Tables
  • Table 6.1 – Incandescent Ban Timetables
  • Table 6.2 – Country Specific Legislation, Support and Development Programs
  • Table 8.1 – Digital Addressable Lighting Interface – Part 100 General Requirements
  • Table 8.2 – Standards, Certification & Labeling Programs
  • Table 10.1 – Market Positioning of Some of the Major Players in Lighting & Control Systems
  • Table 11.1 – Major M&A Deals by Company 2008 to November 2013
  • Table 12.1 – Leading VC Investments and Investors
  • Table 13.2 – Potential Merger & Acquisition Targets
  • Table A1 – The World’s Leading Lighting, Energy Management & Software Controls Companies
  • Table A2 – M&A and Investment in LED Companies in 2012 / 2013
  • Table A3 – Listing of Venture Capital Companies & Their Lighting Investments
  • Table A4 – The Evolution of the Plug-in Lighting Control Module

Companies Mentioned Include
  • Adura Technologies / Albrecht Jung / Ambiflex / Apollo Lighting / ARK Lighting / Aurora / Clearvision Lighting / Cooper Lighting / CREE / Daintree Networks / Danlers / Delmatic / Dextra Group / Digital Lumens / DIAL GmbH / Echelon / Enlighted / ERCO Lighting / ETAP NV / Fern Howard Lighting / Flex 7 / GE Lighting / Gira Giersiepen / Glamox Group / Hager Group / Harvard Engineering / Havells-Sylvania / Helvar / Illuma Lighting / Legrande / LK A/S by Schneider / Lunera Lighting / Lumini / Lutron / Nedap Lighting Controls / Osram / Panasonic / Philips Lighting / Photon Star Lighting Group / Redwood Systems / Reggiani / Servodan A/S / Siemens / Simmtronic / Sky Foundry / SORAA / Thorn Lighting / Tridonic / Versatilis / Zumtobel Lighting GmbH…
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