urbanwinddesign develops its activities through a system of licensing contracts that allow its clients to benefit from its proprietary technologies. Licenses are based on non-exclusive contracts, and limited in time and geographical coverage. urbanwinddesign licensees develop their business on their own territory.
Licensees pay urbanwinddesign a license fee in order to meet their particular needs and gain access to the system. A fee-for-service in the form of a royalty is paid to urbanwinddesign based on the effective deployment of services.
The urbanwinddesign system is customizable to meet the demands of all users, large or small, industrial or commercial, in all fields of use.
urbanwinddesign has the ability to immediately ramp up production of its hardware and software to meet the needs of large demands, no matter the size, while still protecting the integrity of the system.
The total market for energy efficiency in buildings will reach $103.5 billion by 2017, an increase of more than 50% from the 2011 market value of $67.9 billion. In the United States alone, buildings use 75% of total annual electricity consumption.
Energy costs represents about 30% of operating expenses in the typical office building in the United States. (Source: Pike Research)
Energy Service Company’s market will represent the largest segment of the energy efficient buildings industry in the coming years, with revenues more than doubling from $30.1 billion in 2011 to $66.0 worldwide by 2017, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14%.