Frost & Sullivan’s Environment and Water program area includes environmental and water technologies & services, both municipal and industrial, as well as waste to energy and recycling
Corporations and governments are increasing their awareness and activity around mitigating environmental issues, trying to find ways to ensure clean air and water while still growing businesses and economies. New technical solutions can help reduce usage and wastes through smart Water and smart metering for example, which will extend into pumping stations, municipal water, and wastewater treatment infrastructure. Recycling and resource recovery opportunities will be central across several segments as well to help create a stronger business case beyond regulatory compliance. And new opportunities around growing freshwater demand and concerns will help drive markets such as desalination and fracking water remediation
22 Dec 2023  |  Global
Technology Strategy and Business Models to Fuel Advancement of Building Illumination and Specialized Lighting
Rapid advancements in connectivity, wireless technologies, and value-added services, including innovative business models such as lighting-as-a-service (LaaS), will characterize the lighting industry in 2024. These trends, coupled with the growing focus on sustainability and smart buildings, are poised to create exciting opportunities for revenue g...
20 Dec 2023  |  Global
Competitive Intensity to Unlock Growth Potential of Innovative Workplace Solutions
In the ever-evolving landscape of workplace dynamics, Frost & Sullivan is witnessing a profound industry convergence marked by collaborative efforts among key stakeholders. Asset owners, real estate companies, and workspace operators are coming together to shape the future work environment. Simultaneously, the industry is experiencing heightened co...
20 Dec 2023  |  Global
Global Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) Reuse, Repair, and Recycling Market: Growth Opportunities in Sustainability and Circular Economy
Innovative Strategies and Business Models Enable Resource Circulation and Value Recovery
Global eWaste generation reached 59.4 million tons in 2022 and will likely reach 74.7 million tons in 2030, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.9% between 2022 and 2030. Frost & Sullivan estimates an average of 2 million metric tons of eWaste added yearly due to the explosive rise in EEE consumption over the last two decades. Lea...$4,950.00
19 Dec 2023  |  Global
Innovative Design and Material Development are Driving Cost Efficiency, Sustainability, and Viability of Desalination Technologies.
The rising population is driving global water demand and putting significant pressure on the global water supply chain. The United Nations estimates that half of the global population will face water shortages by 2025, and the situation is expected to intensify and lead to 700 million people facing displacement by 2030 due to water shortages. Desal...$4,950.00
15 Dec 2023  |  Global
Decarbonization and Occupant Experience Enhancement to Shape Future Growth Potential of Smart Buildings
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to automate buildings, presenting opportunities to increase digitalization and underscoring the need to decrease energy consumption in buildings. This has resulted in a spurt in demand for smart building management solutions. The Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud technol...
15 Dec 2023  |  Asia Pacific
Rising Urbanization Rates and Growing Energy-efficiency Drive Competitive Intensity
The residential air conditioner market in Southeast Asia (comprising Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam) is currently in the growth stage and will expand at a strong CAGR of 7.3% between 2023 and 2028. Increased urbanization and rising awareness about energy-efficient air conditioners is increasing the demand. Po...
14 Dec 2023  |  Global
Smart City Development and the Need for Better Security and Surveillance Drive Increased Implementation
The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly changed the way buildings are operated and managed. Growing smart city initiatives and demand for organized crowd distribution drive the adoption of solutions that allow crowd control and monitoring. Crowd management and public monitoring are crucial in the planning and fruition of successful smart cities. In ad...
13 Dec 2023  |  Global
Technology Strategy and Industry Convergence Elevate the Building Occupant Experience
The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly changed how buildings function. Building mobility solutions such as crowd analytics, elevator and escalator systems, and smart parking (including electric vehicle [EV] charging stations) have gained more importance and will form a crucial part of buildings and cities moving forward. Rapid employment of the Internet of ...
12 Dec 2023  |  Global
BIM, Digital Twin, and Cloud Capabilities are Key Technology Strategies for the Transformation of Building Lifecycle Management
This research study delves into digital building lifecycle management with a top-level analysis of near-future trends that will influence and drive its growth in 2024. Digital construction management is undergoing a multifaceted technological evolution and is expected to exhibit accelerated growth in 2024. Emerging innovators challenge established ...
11 Dec 2023  |  Global
Advancements in AI and ML Call for Strategic Partnering and an Innovation Culture among HVAC Participants
Demand for connected and automated systems in buildings is rapidly increasing. The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is one of the most crucial operations components of a building, and it is integral to the digital transformation of building systems. Besides the decarbonization of buildings, advancement of HVAC systems is...