Innovation and Efficiency Priorities for the Big 5 European Water Utility Markets

The Climate of Water and Wastewater Services Demands Changes to Technological and Design Solutions


Static water utility infrastructures are increasingly unable to cope with future demands. Climate change, water scarcity, energy costs, population shifts, budget cuts, and stricter legislation also challenge water services. At the same time, the responsibility of governments to ensure high-quality and accessible water through water and wastewater services is non-negotiable. This Mega Trends analysis outlines the innovations in management structures and technologies that have helped to offset the challenges affecting water utility markets in the big 5 countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom) in Europe. The base year for this service in 2012, and the forecast period is up to 2020.

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Innovation and Efficiency Priorities for the Big 5 European Water Utility Markets, Innovation and Efficiency in European Water Utility MarketsMega Trends Investigating Innovation and Efficiency Priorities in Water UtilitiesExecutive SummaryInnovation and Efficiency as a European Mega TrendTop Regional TrendsTop Priorities in the Big 5Top 5 Technological Opportunities to 2020Water Company Business Models of the FutureThe Next Big ThingThe Frost & Sullivan Story




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