Water Utilities & Smart Solutions
Frost & Sullivan’s Water Utilities and Smart Solutions program area focuses on the transformational trends shaping the future of the global water and wastewater utilities market. With nearly two-thirds of the world’s population estimated to live in water stressed areas by 2025, current trends focus on the efficient production, supply, use, and reuse of the world’s limited water resources. This is being achieved through the rehabilitation of aging utilities, advancements in treatment technology, decentralized solutions, and smart solutions. Water Utilities and Smart Solutions' research team constantly tracks these transformational technologies as it drives business transformation and enable clients to improve business value. Increased penetration of these transformational trends will change the dynamics of the market by changing investment and funding patterns, utility spending, and even the way in which business is conducted in this market.
Our services in this program area include industry analysis, custom consulting, growth consulting (strategy consulting), market research, market forecasts, and insights into emerging technologies. Water Utilities and Smart Solutions program area broadly covers:
- Municipal Water and wastewater treatment
- Distribution and collection networks
- Treatment technologies
- Smart water infrastructure
- Novel business models in water production and supply
17 Jul 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Further Reforms May Remain Unclear as Multiple Advancements in the Water Industry Continue
This research service focuses on the growth and improvement potentials of the Australian water industry and water utilities. This water industry is highly fragmented, with several small and medium-sized participants. Furthermore, the water industry is different by state/territory. Australias urban water sectors administrative arrangements vary by...
20 May 2014  |  Global
Augmenting Health Wellness and Wellbeing Consciousness Boosts Market Growth
This research service provides key insights into market trends in the global residential and light commercial water treatment equipment market for the current (2013) market. In addition, it discusses in depth the industry challenges and important drivers and restraints impacting the global WTE market. Additional details on current scenarios, in ter...
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15 May 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Country Benchmarking: Climate Change Recalibrates the Water Industry in Asia-PacificA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective
Extreme Weather Conditions Renew Cooperation between Water Companies and Governments
This research service focuses on the current practices of countries in Asia-Pacific in fighting climate change with respect to the water industry. Some of the most prevalent issues in climate change are intense rainfall that causes severe flooding, and extreme dry weather or drought. In both extremities, the water industry is affected. This study ...
02 Apr 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Asian Water Companies Sail in a Rough Sea of Competition
This Frost & Sullivan company benchmark analysis reviews the competitive landscape of the water and wastewater treatment market in Asia-Pacific, measured through three main perspecives; growth, business, and innovation. These perspectives branch off into various criteria including revenue growth, expansion, customer acquisition, strategies, deliver...
27 Dec 2013  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Innovative Technologies Will See Greater Adoption
The Produced Water treatment market in GCC countries has immense growth potential amid an increasing oil and gas output and ageing oil and gas fields. Ageing oil and gas fields, increased level of production, regulations for effluent disposal, socio economic stability, and water demand are the key driving factors for this market. The study period i...
18 Dec 2013  |  North America
Market Success Requires Finely-tuned Regional Strategies
Smart water metering shows great potential in the global market, but vendors must be aware of regional end-user needs to relate benefits. Levels of technological sophistication and data analysis work differently in various regions due to environmental, regulatory, and utility factors. When correctly priced and brought to market, there are strong dr...
22 Nov 2013  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Health and Wellness Mega Trend Would Drive Market Growth
Indias overall water demand will double by 2050, growing at a CAGR of 1.5% from 2010 to 2050. Per capita water availability has dropped drastically between 1950 and 2000, and has been decreasing ever since. Inefficient water management practices are the reason for todays situation. Water crisis in India is imminent and is exacerbated because of f...
20 Nov 2013  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Market Ripe for New Entrants
The water and wastewater treatment equipment market in Saudi Arabia is poised to reflect immense growth potential amid increasing population and industrial output. High land desert cover, population growth, increased level of industrialization and increased government spending are the driving factors for this market. The period of study is 2009 to ...
19 Nov 2013  |  Global
Progressive Events Towards IMO Ratification will Unify Market Structure and Augment Market Prospects
This research service on the global ballast water treatment systems market highlights the market trends, drivers and restraints, competitive dynamics, addressable market size, and forecasts for this unorganised market until 2023. Having a base year of 2013, the study throws light on the IMO Convention scenario and prospective opportunities for equi...
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26 Sep 2013  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Need for High-Quality Process Water and Wastewater Treatment Regulations to Drive Growth
The use of membrane modules for water and wastewater treatment applications is increasing significantly in India. In order to achieve a sustainable GDP growth rate, India has to build a strong infrastructure; this means that the country needs to invest in power and urban infrastructure which requires water treatment and sanitation facilities. The m...