Strategic and Innovation Priorities for Australian Water UtilitiesA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

Further Reforms May Remain Unclear as Multiple Advancements in the Water Industry Continue

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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. Australia’s urban water sector’s administrative arrangements vary by jurisdiction and within jurisdictions; they also vary between metropolitan and regional urban areas. However, the focus for all water utilities is common—to mitigate water scarcity and rising energy prices, and improve customer service.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—Key TakeawaysIntroductionDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Key Indicators—GeographyKey Indicators—Economic ActivityKey Indicators—Economic Activity (continued)Key Indicators—Foreign Direct InvestmentKey Indicators—Total TradeKey Indicators—Socio-Economic DataKey Indicators—Population GrowthKey Indicators—ImmigrationClimate ChangeClimate Change—Droughts and FloodsKey Takeaways and ImplicationsAustralian Water Industry OverviewWater Industry at a GlanceWater Use SegmentationOverview of Water Industry StructureKey StakeholdersKey Stakeholders (continued)Governing Entities and Other InstitutionsGoverning Entities and Other Institutions (continued)Governing Entities and Other Institutions (continued)National Water InitiativeNational Water Initiative (continued)Market ParticipationAccreditation of Companies Business in the Water IndustryBusiness in the Water Industry (continued)Business in the Water Industry (continued)Key Takeaways and ImplicationsInnovation and Efficiency as an Australian Mega TrendDynamic Ever-Shifting EnvironmentDynamic Ever-Shifting Environment (continued)Water Scarcity IssueWater TradingWater Trading to Improve Water SecurityWater Supply ChainAreas to Innovate and Improve EfficiencyKey Takeaways and ImplicationsTechnology and Industry Convergence to Change Australian Water IndustryDesalinationDesalination (continued)Desalination (continued)Smart WaterSmart Water (continued)Smart Water (continued)Efficiency and MinimizationMembrane Technology for IndustriesMembrane Technology for Industries (continued)Recovery of ResourcesRecovery of Resources (continued)Sludge ManagementSludge Management (continued)Membrane BioreactorMembrane Bioreactor (continued)Energy Conservation and MonitoringEnergy Conservation and Monitoring (continued)Energy Conservation and Monitoring (continued)Convergence AreasKey Takeaways and ImplicationsKey Takeaways and Implications (continued)Economic and Regulatory PrioritiesEconomic Regulation Of WaterEconomic PrioritiesFramework for Water UtilitiesRegulatory Directions for Water UtilitiesRegulatory PrioritiesEconomic and Regulatory Priorities—In a NutshellKey Takeaways and ImplicationsLessons from Best PracticesWater Utility Best Practices in Asia-PacificWater Utility Best Practices—SingaporeWater Utility Best Practices—JapanWater Utility Best Practices—New ZealandWater Utility Best Practices—ChinaLessons from Best PracticesFactors for Effective Autonomy of Water UtilitiesKey Takeaways and ImplicationsCustomers as a Strategic PriorityIndustrial EnterprisesIndustrial Water ConsumptionServices EnterprisesServices Water ConsumptionCustomer FocusCustomers as Strategy for Performance ImprovementsKey Takeaways and ImplicationsThe Next Big ThingCybersecurityMix of Water and EnergyDesalination is ImminentDesalination is Imminent (continued)Desalination is Imminent (continued)Utility Performance Crises and Factors that May Lead to Further ReformsKey Success FactorsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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