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20 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Non-invasive Rehabilitation Techniques to Experience Rapid Growth
This study provides in-depth analysis of the European Wastewater Network Rehabilitation Market with a market size of €11.52 billion that is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% between 2016 and 2021. In addition, the study encompasses segmentation breakdown by segments which include rehabilitation solutions and also by regions. It highlights the re...
07 Mar 2016  |  Europe
Changing Focus of Energy Management from Products to Services Promotes Strong Growth
The management of energy efficiency is witnessing a fundamental shift away from investment in products and systems, towards investment in outcomes, managed services, and guaranteed energy savings. The European energy savings and performance contracting market is still young and shows great potential with strong growth projected throughout the forec...
20 May 2015  |  Europe
Booming Demand, Channel Diversification, and Business Model Innovation are Delivering Rapid Growth Across Europe
The European smart thermostats market has evolved as a part of building automation market, but it is expected to take a stand-alone position with very high levels of growth through 2019 and beyond. Driven by the arrival of new and creative suppliers and the high interest levels among customers for the management and control of home energy consumpti...
11 Aug 2014  |  Europe
Continuous Trend Towards FM Outsourcing and Service Integration Drives Further Revenue Growth
Integrated facility management (IFM) continues to represent the fastest growing segment of the European facility management (FM) industry. Driven by cost savings, single contact solutions, sustainability and energy management, service quality and total building lifecycle costs, this will remain the case for the foreseeable future with significant ...
31 Dec 2012  |  Europe
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 ...
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