Clean Technology in Defense Industry – Emerging Trends and Outlook

Pages: 43 Published: June 01, 2016 Report Code: GD-DF6155PR

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Amidst growing focus on compliance with legislation, cost savings and operational efficiency and staying ahead of technological developments, defense organizations are implementing clean technology measures such as energy efficiency in facilities, green buildings, waste management, recycling, and procurement of renewable energy to meet regulatory standards, lower environmental impact, and lower operating and maintenance expenses over the next five years. The majority of defense organizations expect very high or high impact of clean technologies on defense industry during 2016–2021 with demand for clean technologies in the defense industry exhibiting increase within North America and Western Europe during 2016–2021. Overall, 40% of executives expect budget allocation for clean technology to remain within US$500,000 during 2016–2021 with Germany and the US offering significant prospects for renewable energy and waste management investments during the next five years.

Scope

• Ability to increase compliance with legislations and, enhance cost savings and operational efficiency will drive growth of clean technology during 2016–2021

• Defense organizations have either implemented or planning to implement digital and paperless products and transactions along with video conferencing for information sharing during 2016–2021

• The highest percentage of executives from large and small companies foresee increase in demand for clean technologies within North America during 2016–2021

• Budget for clean technology is projected to increase by an average of 7.5% during 2016–2021

• Defense organizations will favor clean power plan and clean air act used by governments to support clean technology

• Difficulty in integrating clean technologies with existing systems, standards and processes is the major challenge for organizations in development of clean technologies.

Reasons to Buy

Highlights prominent clean technology initiatives or projects initiated by organizations in the last 12 months and provides information about key applications areas for clean technology thus helping defense companies to realign business strategy

Develop or adjust business expansion plans by knowing about demand outlook for clean technologies in defense industry over the next five years and countries with significant investment potential for renewable energy and waste management during 2016–2021

Make changes in budget allocation for clean technology by analyzing expected change in clean technology budget during the next five years

Improve profitability and optimize cost management by knowing about cost saving expectations resulting from clean technology initiatives during 2016–2021.

Key Players

GKN plc

Rolls-Royce Limited

BAE Systems plc

Comtech Telecommunications Corp.

Honeywell International Inc.

Johnson Controls Government Systems LLC

Airbus Defense and Space

Apex Clean Energy Inc.

EllisDon Corporation

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd.

Table of Contents

Introduction

• Definitions

• Methodology and sample size

• Respondent profile

Clean Technology: Impact levels, key drivers and Significant objectives

• Growth drivers of clean technology during the next five years

• Status of organizational objectives aimed through adoption of clean technology during 2016–2021

• Adoption status of clean technology initiatives during 2016–2021

• Prominent clean technology initiatives or projects initiated by organizations in the last 12 months

• Key applications areas for clean technology

• Anticipated effect of clean technology on defense industry during 2016–2021

Clean Technology: Demand projection, key markets and budget outlook

• Demand outlook for clean technologies in defense industry over the next five years

• Investment outlook for renewable energy and waste management during 2016–2021

• Budget projections towards clean technology during 2016–2021

• Expected change in clean technology budget during 2016–2021

• Cost saving targets owing to clean technology initiatives during 2016–2021

Clean Technology: Supplier engagement and major challenges

• Carbon emission methodologies favored by defense organizations for supporting clean technology

• Significant attributes for supplier engagement

• Major challenges towards development of clean technologies

Appendix

List of Tables

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List of Figures

Figure 1: Key growth influencing factors for clean technology during 2016–2021- Overall

Figure 2: Top five key growth influencing factors for clean technology during 2016–2021- By region

Figure 3: Top five key growth influencing factors for clean technology during 2016–2021- By company types

Figure 4: Status of organizational focus areas targeted through clean technology implementation during 2016–2021 – Overall

Figure 5: Status of organizational focus areas targeted through clean technology implementation during 2016–2021 – Top Five responses by region

Figure 6: Status of organizational focus areas targeted through clean technology implementation during 2016–2021 – Top Five responses by company types

Figure 7: Implementation status of clean technology measures during 2016–2021 – Overall

Figure 8: Implementation status of clean technology measures during 2016–2021 – Top Five responses by region

Figure 9: Implementation status of clean technology measures during 2016–2021 – Top Five responses by company types

Figure 10: Most important clean technology developments initiated by organizations in the last 12 months

Figure 11: Key application areas and associated impact in the form of process enhancement, efficiency and cost saving measures

Figure 12: Potential impact of clean technology on defense industry – Overall and region

Figure 13: Potential impact of clean technology on defense industry – By company types

Figure 14: Projected change in customer demand for clean technologies within defense industry during 2016–2021 – Overall

Figure 15: Projected change in customer demand for clean technologies within defense industry during 2016–2021 – Top four responses by region

Figure 16: Projected change in customer demand for clean technologies within defense industry during 2016–2021 – Top four responses by company types

Figure 17: Countries with significant investment potential for renewable energy and waste management during 2016–2021 – Overall

Figure 18: Countries with significant investment potential for renewable energy and waste management during 2016–2021 – Top five responses by region

Figure 19: Countries with significant investment potential for renewable energy and waste management during 2016–2021 – Top five responses by company types

Figure 20: Expected budget allocation for clean technology during 2016–2021 – Overall and region

Figure 21: Expected budget allocation for clean technology during 2016–2021 – By company types

Figure 22: Projected change in clean technology budget during 2016–2021 – Overall and region

Figure 23: Projected change in clean technology budget during 2016–2021 – By company types

Figure 24: Cost saving expectations resulting from clean technology initiatives during 2016–2021 – Overall

Figure 25: Cost saving expectations resulting from clean technology initiatives during 2016–2021 – By region

Figure 26: Cost saving expectations resulting from clean technology initiatives during 2016–2021 – By company types

Figure 27: Preferred carbon emission methodologies by defense organizations – Overall

Figure 28: Preferred carbon emission methodologies by defense organizations – Top four responses by region

Figure 29: Preferred carbon emission methodologies by defense organizations – Top four responses by company types

Figure 30: Key features for supplier engagements – Overall

Figure 31: Barriers towards development of clean technologies – Overall

Figure 32: Barriers towards development of clean technologies – Top four responses by region

Figure 33: Barriers towards development of clean technologies – Top four responses by company types

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