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Frost & Sullivan's Predictions for the Global Energy and Environment Market

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Frost & Sullivan's Predictions for theFrost & Sullivan's Predictions for the Global Energy and Environment Market PR Newswire LONDON, Nov. 27, 2013 -- A new insight - based on a '2013 Search for Growth' survey - identifies new areas of growth Frost & Sullivan released today its three big predictions for the global energy and environment market. Based on a '2013 Search for Growth' survey which involved 1835 executives in more than 40 countries globally, Frost & Sullivan's insight highlights new areas of growth. Urbanization and smart cities, the changing dynamics of unconventional gas, and opportunities generated from increased environmental awareness and legislation will be the key topics in 2014 and beyond. "Frost & Sullivan's research team has used the findings to select and prioritize the subjects that are deemed to be poised for the greatest growth," explains Frost & Sullivan Partner John Raspin. According to the new findings, urbanization and smart cities will drive changing market dynamics for energy and environment market participants. A growing percentage of the global population will be living in cities and urban areas in the coming decades. Higher concentrations of larger populations are fraught with challenges: • Urban populations will be higher income, and the growing middle class will consume more goods, resources, energy, and water, and create more waste and pollution.
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Frost & Sullivan's Predictions for the Global Energy and Environment Market

PR Newswire

-- A new insight - based on a '2013 Search for Growth' survey - identifies new areas of growth

Frost & Sullivan released today its three big predictions for the global energy and environment market. Based on a '2013 Search for Growth' survey which involved 1835 executives in more than 40 countries globally, Frost & Sullivan's insight highlights new areas of growth. Urbanization and smart cities, the changing dynamics of unconventional gas, and opportunities generated from increased environmental awareness and legislation will be the key topics in 2014 and beyond.

"Frost & Sullivan's research team has used the findings to select and prioritize the subjects that are deemed to be poised for the greatest growth," explains Frost & Sullivan Partner John Raspin.