CEO 360 Degree Perspective on Global Water and Wastewater Networks

Rehabilitation, Expansion, and Optimization to Grow Global Network Infrastructure Market to $156 Billion by 2020

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This research service provides a 360 Degree Perspective on the global water and wastewater network market which is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9.6% from 2014 to 2020. The study analyses various value chain segments, namely: pumps, pipes and allied technologies, meters, software, automation and ICT, pipe network services, and design and engineering services. It identifies key global hotspots and discusses the trends, challenges, and opportunities in the market. The analysis also provides global market revenue outlooks and case studies of best practices in water and wastewater networks.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings Summary Key Findings—Market Outlook Market Challenges and Trends Overview Value Chain—Market SummaryWater and Wastewater Networks per Capita versus GDP per CapitaMega Trends in Water and Wastewater InfrastructureMajor Mega Trends Overview—Urbanisation, Infrastructure Development, and Smart CitiesMega Trends—UrbanisationMega Trends—Urbanisation (continued)Mega Trends—Infrastructure Development Mega Trends—Smart CitiesGlobal Water and Wastewater ConnectivityWater and Wastewater Network Piped on PremisesAccess to Improved SanitationValue Chain and Market SegmentationResearch Coverage—Municipal Water NetworkResearch Coverage—Municipal Wastewater NetworkValue Chain Description Value Chain Description (continued)Market SegmentationSegment Definitions Scope DefinitionTop 10 Global Water and Wastewater Market ChallengesGlobal Water and Wastewater Networks Market—Top 10 Global Water Market ChallengesKey Global Challenges Key Global Challenges (continued)Key Global Challenges (continued)Global Market Overview—Outlook and ForecastsLength of NetworksLength of Networks (continued)Ratio of Length of Water to Wastewater NetworksWater and Wastewater Networks per Capita versus GDP per CapitaRevenue Forecast Scenario AssumptionsRevenue Forecast by ScenarioSegment AttractivenessRegional AttractivenessRevenue Split by Region and SegmentRevenue Forecast by Segment and RegionRevenue Breakdown by Segment and RegionRevenue Forecast by Segment and ApplicationGlobal HotspotsSummary of Major Global Hot SpotsChina Analysis China—Fact SheetChina Overview China—Growth of City Sewage Pipes and Access to Tap WaterChina—Length of Pipelines and Urban Access to Tap WaterIndia AnalysisIndia—Fact SheetIndia—Water Supply and Sanitation Levels Against Government of India (GoI) BenchmarksIndia—Water and Wastewater Supply and DemandIndia—Wastewater TreatmentInfrastructure Investment in IndiaUnited States AnalysisUnited States—Fact SheetFacts and Figures—US Water and Wastewater NetworkASCE Estimates of the US Water and Wastewater MarketUS Pipe Replacement NeedsUnited Kingdom AnalysisUnited Kingdom—Fact SheetUK Municipal Wastewater Network Market—OverviewUK Water and Wastewater Network Market—Key ChallengesGermany AnalysisGermany—Fact SheetGerman Municipal Water and Wastewater Network Market—Overview Germany Municipal Water and Wastewater Network Market—Key ChallengesAfrica AnalysisAfrica—Fact SheetAccess to Improved Water SourcesPopulation ProjectionsAfrica—Key Opportunities and ChallengesCase Studies and Best PracticesJapan—Case StudyJapan—Case Study (continued)Japan—Case Study (continued)Japan—Case Study (continued)Lisbon, Portugal—Case StudyLisbon, Portugal—Case Study (continued)Lisbon, Portugal—Case Study (continued)Singapore—Developing Future Proof NetworksSingapore—Case StudySydney, Australia—Decentralised Water Master Plan 2012–2030Sydney, Australia—Case StudyKey Opportunities from Unmet NeedsKey Opportunities from Unmet Needs—Summary Water Connectivity and Access to Improved Sanitation Non-Revenue Water Rates in Select CitiesAwareness Levels Among Consumers and UtilitiesLack of PreparednessSewer Mining and Sewage Heat RecoveryEconomic OverviewGlobal GDP OutlookNon-Revenue Water StructureTariff versus Non-revenue Water RatesFactors Affecting the Cost of Water and Wastewater ServicesPrice of Water and Wastewater Services in Select CitiesTop Market Trends and Future of NetworksDemand Forecast for Pipe MaterialsRehabilitation TrendsTrends in Smart Water GridsNew Business Model—Performance ContractingWater Tariff TrendsSystematic Approaches to Bring Water Losses Under ControlFunding in Water and WastewaterPrivatisation in Water and WastewaterPrivatisation in Water and Wastewater (continued)Decentralisation TrendsRoadmap for Integrated Water and Sewerage Management Systems in Developing RegionsCapability TrendsMarket Consolidation Convergence for Water and WastewaterLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of AbbreviationsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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