Radical Innovation Transforming the Desalination Industry

Radical Innovation Transforming the Desalination Industry

Innovative Design and Material Development are Driving Cost Efficiency, Sustainability, and Viability of Desalination Technologies.

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19-Dec-2023
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Technology Research
Research Code: DACF-01-00-00-00
SKU: EN_2023_430
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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. Desalination offers a viable alternative to this challenge.

The research service offers a deep-dive analysis of advanced desalination technologies, including multistage flash distillation, multiple-effect distillation, thermal vapor compression, reverse osmosis, and forward osmosis. The study also explores sustainable ways to dispose waste streams (brine). In addition, it covers growth drivers and restraints for desalination technology adoption, a detailed growth opportunity analysis for desalination plant developers and operators, and the patent landscape of desalination technologies. The study also discusses the key stakeholders involved in the development of next-generation thermal and membrane-based desalination 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 Emerging Desalination Technologies

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Introduction

MFD Offers Energy-efficient Desalination

Low-temperature MED Achieves Cost-efficient Desalination

High-pressure TVC Enables Utilization of Waste Heat Recovery for Energy-efficient Desalination

Comparative Analysis of Thermal Desalination Technologies

Technology Advances Driving RO Process Efficiency

Working Mechanism of Advanced RO Plants

Membrane Structure and Material Advancements to Minimize RO Plants’ Operational Costs

Osmotic Pressure-driven FO Offers Efficient Membrane-based Desalination

Comparative Analysis of Membrane-based Desalination Technologies

Techno-economic Analysis of Desalination Technologies

Safe Disposal of Reject Water to Ensure Minimal Impact on the Environment

Brine Water Treatment Enhances Desalination Plants’ Sustainability

Thermal Desalination Technologies: Companies to Watch

Membrane-based Desalination Technologies: Companies to Watch

China and the United States Dominate the Advanced Desalination Technologies Patent Landscape

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

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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. Desalination offers a viable alternative to this challenge. The research service offers a deep-dive analysis of advanced desalination technologies, including multistage flash distillation, multiple-effect distillation, thermal vapor compression, reverse osmosis, and forward osmosis. The study also explores sustainable ways to dispose waste streams (brine). In addition, it covers growth drivers and restraints for desalination technology adoption, a detailed growth opportunity analysis for desalination plant developers and operators, and the patent landscape of desalination technologies. The study also discusses the key stakeholders involved in the development of next-generation thermal and membrane-based desalination technologies.
More Information
Deliverable Type Technology Research
Author Paritosh Doshi
Industries Environment
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 reverse osmosis
Keyword 2 water desalination
Keyword 3 desalination plant
Podcast No
WIP Number DACF-01-00-00-00