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EBJ-Mar-2014.zip

EBJ-Mar-2014.zip

EBJ Vol XXVII No 03: Environmental Industry Outlook 2014 and EBJ Annual Snapshot Survey

EBJ provides data on 2013 growth rates in environmental service segments and a forecast for 2014-2015 based on a comprehensive survey of 130 environmental industry executives. EBJ 2014 Snapshot Survey respondents expect their growth in 2014 to be almost 2 percentage points higher than in a fairly slow 2013. Overall the Market Outlook sees continued concern in federal markets and some comeback in state & municipal markets but generally slow government growth; Private markets look considerably better led by oil & gas, some resourcing in manufacturing, and the long anticipated return of growth in construction.

EBJ's 2014 survey polls companies on their growth and business performance, but also on macro economic, political, social and environmental issues as well as personal opinions. Features on corporate sustainability and cleantech financing augment a series of profiles of environmental service firms to round out the outlook for 2014.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • Average Annual Growth in Environmental Services Firms: 2009-2015e
  • US Construction Starts Forecast 2012-2014
  • View from EBJ's Man in Washington: 2014 Observations
  • EPA Budget Shows Erosion, But Stable Operating Budget
  • Top Priorities for Americans in January 2014
  • DOD Budget Totals in FY2015 Budget Request (Topline 2001-2019)
  • Ranking of Environmental Industry Client Sectors in 2014-15
  • Change in Operating Margin From 2012 to 2013
  • Citibank Paints North America as the new Middle East by 2020
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by Global Geographic Region
  • EIA's 2014 U.S. Electricity Projection by Source for 2020
  • Global Clean Technology Venture Investments: 2002-2013
  • Clean Jobs by State
  • Clean Jobs by Population (Jobs per 100,000 residents)
  • States With the Most Incentives for Sustainability and Renewables
  • State of Green Business 2014: 10 Trends
  • Oil & Gas Resource Efficiency: Recently Funded Companies
  • Ceres' Clean Trillion Recommendations
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by U.S. Geographic Region
  • Full spreadsheet on EBJ Snapshot Survey results for 2014 (Corporate Subscribers only)

Table of Contents

01.2014 Outlook: 2013 growth was disappointing and federal markets are still stalled, but the environmental industry expects improvement in 2014 and 2015 paced by energy development, pipelines and a pick-up in construction.pg 1-7

02.GreenBiz and Trucost lament a loss in momentum in corporate commitments to sustainability but introduce new metrics to de-couple growth and impacts.pg 8-10

03.Cleantech investing looks to bounce back in 2014; Ceres leader Q&A on his work Investing in the Clean Trillion: Closing the Clean Energy Investment Gap.pg 10-15

04.Professional services companies are lacking the next generation of leaders, says Steve Gido, and trends point to continued M&A and ownership transition issues.pg 16-17

05.Profiles of C&E firms illustrate common market trends but varying strategies to out perform the market: Vertex, EORM, Leidos, ET Environmental EMPSi, Four Twenty Seven, Brilliant Environmental and Mead & Hunt.pg 17-25

 

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