This study analyses the drivers and restraints of the global market for indoor energy harvesting solutions that make electronic and electric devices in homes and buildings self-sufficient. Frost & Sullivan has identified a variety of product solutions that could be equipped with energy harvesting by 2030. Energy harvesting powered devices are complementary to energy and facility management systems, a market with tremendous growth potential over the next decades. Partnerships of service providers with original equipment manufacturers across industries present growth opportunities. The indoor energy harvesting market forecast period is from 2016 to 2030 with market forecast provided by evolving technologies and fast-moving applications.

Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • What is indoor energy harvesting and what impact could it have on the future of buildings?
  • What are the key technologies and applications for indoor energy harvesting solutions?
  • What are the key market drivers and restraints that affect the uptake of indoor energy harvesting solutions?
  • What are the growth opportunities in this market and how is it projected to develop over the next 15 years?