Water Market Research Reports

The water team publishes syndicated research reports capturing diversified aspects of water market. The deliverables published by the team provide insights on market data, estimates, competitive investigation, technological trends and advancements, legislative tracking, informative charts, comprehensive table of market forecast for a period of 5 to 7 years.  Some of the platforms used by us to furnish the market data include, market engineering research, market insights, CEO 360 degree perspective, white papers, articles, interviews, analyst briefing, economic research and analysis, outlook studies, mega trends, disruptive technologies, customer survey and customized deliverables.  Our market coverage broadly includes

  • Water and wastewater Treatment
  • Irrigation systems
  • Water and wastewater utilities

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  1. 09 Dec 2016  |  Asia Pacific  |  Market Research

    Water and Wastewater Management for the Australian Manufacturing Sector

    Services Opportunities Will Enable Growth in Challenging Conditions

    This market insight discusses water and wastewater management for the Australian manufacturing sector. It looks at the overall size and growth rate of the market and discusses key drivers and restraints. In addition, the insight provides segmentation breakdowns, which include equipment, chemicals and services. Further, it analyses the competitive s...

    $1,500.00
  2. 30 Sep 2016  |  Africa  |  Market Research

    Money Down the Drain

    An Overview of Non-revenue Water Costs and Opportunities in South Africa and Mozambique

    The African continent faces a growing battle for achieving adequate and safe access to power and potable water. Without addressing the need for power and water, Africa will not achieve its true growth potential as the “world’s last growth frontier”. Macro-economic forces such as climate change, growing populations, increasing urbanisation rat...

    $3,000.00
  3. 30 Sep 2016  |  Africa  |  Market Research

    Opportunity Analysis of the Water Value Chain

    An Overview of Non-Revenue Water Costs and Opportunities in Kenya & Tanzania

    The African continent faces a growing battle for achieving adequate and safe access to power and potable water. Without addressing the need for power and water, Africa will not achieve its true growth potential as the “world’s last growth frontier”. Macro-economic forces such as climate change, growing populations, increasing urbanisation rat...

    $3,000.00
  4. 29 Sep 2016  |  Asia Pacific  |  Market Research

    Emerging Water Technology Companies in Southeast Asia

    Start-ups are Set to Create Waves in the Water Industry and Challenge Industry Incumbents

    Globally, start-ups are making waves in the water industry, especially in the US and Europe. In Asia-Pacific, competition among the water start-ups’ is intense too, especially in more developed economies, namely Singapore and Australia. In Southeast Asia, Singapore is a thriving center of innovation excellence in water. Therefore, the growing pre...

    $3,000.00
  5. 24 Aug 2016  |  Africa  |  Market Research

    Potential Investment in the Water Value Chain in South Africa

    Outlining Supply and Demand-side Opportunities in the Water Chain

    Scope of the report The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Water Supply Chain Geographic scope: South Africa End-user scope: Private and Public Investors in Water Supply Chain Overview of the South African water sector, investment opportunities, trends and challenges in the water sector, and key conclusions and recomm...

    $1,500.00
  6. 23 May 2016  |  Africa  |  Market Research

    Non-Revenue Water in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Overview of the Challenges and Opportunities for Reduction of Non-Revenue Water

    Sub-Saharan Africa lags behind most regions in the world in the availability, accessibility, and management of water. A key challenge for water utilities here is the high water losses in the water reticulation network. These are physical water losses due to leakages as well as apparent losses due to water theft and improper metering. Together, thes...

    $3,000.00