The National Law Review reported on AEE's 2015 Market Report in two separate features. The first, written by Sahir Surmeli, focuses on the relative size of the advanced energy economy:
In their recently released 2015 Market Report, Advanced Energy Economy reveals that the US advanced energy market grew to $200 billion in 2014, an increase of 13% above the total for 2013. This activity positions the U.S. advanced energy market in strong company, $20 billion higher than the airline industry and neck-and-neck with pharmaceutical manufacturing. Continue reading.
The second article, written by Dave McGimpsey, focuses on the energy efficiency segment of advanced energy:
The building efficiency segment of the advanced energy industry weighs in at $60.1 billion in revenue. That represents a 12 percent increase year-over-year and a 43 percent growth rate over the last four years. District energy and combined heat and power (CHP) stand as relatively minor contributors now but could contribute to significant growth of the sector in the near future. Continue reading.