Global Sustainable Innovation in Water Generation and Purification Growth Opportunities

Global Sustainable Innovation in Water Generation and Purification Growth Opportunities

The growing water scarcity is driving advancements and innovation in water generation and purification technologies.

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10-Aug-2022
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Research Code: DA49-01-00-00-00
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More than 4 billion people lack water for at least 1 month every year. Furthermore, it is estimated that by 2025, half the world´s population could potentially face water scarcity. Factors driving an increase in water scarcity include climate change, climate-related catastrophes, ground water contamination through the increasing usage of pesticides and fertilizers, the release of untreated municipal waste into water bodies, and population growth with its subsequent need for expansion of industrialization, agriculture, and food production.

At present, water generation and purification technologies suffer from high capital and operational expenditure costs. Innovative process designs that improve efficiency are likely to have a major impact in terms of improving the economic viability of water purification and generation technologies. Research and development activities in both technology areas are expected to increase in future, supported by increases in regulatory support and rising awareness of the detrimental effects of climate change and water scarcity.

This Frost & Sullivan research service focuses on new and disruptive technologies within the water generation and purification industries, highlighting technological attributes and existing as well as emerging solutions. The study emphasizes the unique technologies being studied and implemented within the water generation and purification industries, and it covers the major drivers and restraints faced by innovators looking to reach large-scale commercial deployment.

The study also covers the following topics:

• Water generation and purification technologies—overview and current trends
• Factors driving technology development and adoption
• Key properties, drawbacks, and challenges for deployment
• Technology comparison
• Technology ecosystem—innovation and stakeholders
• Patent landscape of water generation and purification technologies
• Growth opportunities for water generation and purification technologies

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure on Growth

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Water Generation and Purification Industries

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Research Context: Importance of Water Generation and Purification Technologies in the Face of Threats to Water Security

Research Scope: Key Topics the Study Will Explore

Key Findings in Sustainable Innovation in Water Generation and Purification

Atmospheric Water Generation: Key Innovative Technologies

Summary of Key AWG Technologies

Advantages of AWG in Water-scarce Regions and Crisis Response

Disadvantages of AWG in terms of Scalability, Cost, and Environmental Concerns

Growth Drivers, Water Generation

Growth Restraints, Water Generation

Water Purification: Key Innovative Technologies

Summary of Key Water Purification Technologies

Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Purification (Municipal and Industrial Sectors)

Growth Drivers, Water Purification

Growth Restraint, Water Purification

Solar-powered Hydropanels that Operate in a Wide Range of Climatic Conditions

Heat Exchangers that Achieve Industrial Scalability to Generate Fresh Water

Energy-efficient Liquid Desiccation Process for Atmospheric Water Generation

Carbon Nanotubes for Water Generation in Low Humidity Regions

Technological Characteristics of Different Water Generation Innovations: Comparative Analysis

Highly Scalable and Cost-effective Corn Cob Membrane Filtration

Automatic Variable Filtration System that Effectively Removes a Wide Range of Contaminants

Low-complexity Advanced Oxidation Photocatalysis for Water Purification

Energy-efficient Forward Osmosis for Municipal and Industrial Use

Technological Overview of Innovative Technologies in Water Purification: Comparative Analysis

Global and Regional Patent Analysis for Water Generation

Global and Regional Patent Analysis for Water Purification

Growth Opportunity 1: Disruptive Water Generation and Purification Technologies 

Growth Opportunity 1: Disruptive Water Generation and Purification Technologies (Continued) 

Growth Opportunity 2: Government Programs for the Development of AWG Technology

Growth Opportunity 2: Government Programs for the Development of AWG Technology (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: R&D Partnerships to Ensure Water Security

Growth Opportunity 3: R&D Partnerships to Ensure Water Security (Continued)

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

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More than 4 billion people lack water for at least 1 month every year. Furthermore, it is estimated that by 2025, half the world´s population could potentially face water scarcity. Factors driving an increase in water scarcity include climate change, climate-related catastrophes, ground water contamination through the increasing usage of pesticides and fertilizers, the release of untreated municipal waste into water bodies, and population growth with its subsequent need for expansion of industrialization, agriculture, and food production. At present, water generation and purification technologies suffer from high capital and operational expenditure costs. Innovative process designs that improve efficiency are likely to have a major impact in terms of improving the economic viability of water purification and generation technologies. Research and development activities in both technology areas are expected to increase in future, supported by increases in regulatory support and rising awareness of the detrimental effects of climate change and water scarcity. This Frost & Sullivan research service focuses on new and disruptive technologies within the water generation and purification industries, highlighting technological attributes and existing as well as emerging solutions. The study emphasizes the unique technologies being studied and implemented within the water generation and purification industries, and it covers the major drivers and restraints faced by innovators looking to reach large-scale commercial deployment. The study also covers the following topics: • Water generation and purification technologies—overview and current trends • Factors driving technology development and adoption • Key properties, drawbacks, and challenges for deployment • Technology comparison • Technology ecosystem—innovation and stakeholders • Patent landscape of water generation and purification technologies • Growth opportunities for water generation and purification technologies
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Author Francesca Caputo
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Keyword 1 water generation and purification technologies
Keyword 2 water generation and purification industries
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WIP Number DA49-01-00-00-00