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Global Water: Key Trends, Policy Activity, and Market Outlook, Q2 2021

The second quarter of 2021 was marked by severe climate events directly affecting water supplies for residents and businesses, regional funding rollouts for developing and improving water and wastewater service, and ... »

Engineering Firms Refine Digital Water Strategies with Flurry of New Products

The unveiling of new digital water brands and product offerings in recent months by global engineering, procurement & construction (EPC) firms highlights their evolving strategies and competitive positioning in ... »

09 Jun 2021 All services

What Do We Think about… When We Think about Water?

The water sector is undergoing significant change, much of which is propelled by external drivers outside of the traditional utility business model.... »

23 Apr 2021

Wastewater Reuse in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: Market Drivers, Trends, and Forecast, 2020-2030

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries—Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates—face a unique combination of water-related challenges that include a need for greenfield wastewater... »

Water Network Infrastructure Outlook in a post-COVID Landscape

Significant questions remain about the full impacts of a COVID-related recession. Typical impacts appear 18-24 months later. As municipal water utilities grapple with recovery timing and length and as water garners more attention... »

U.S. Private Water: Key Trends, M&A Activity, and Market Outlook Q2 2021

The first quarter of 2021 built on the momentum of an acquisitive 2020 despite fewer approvals for the publicly traded market leaders. A review of Q1 M&A activity, financial reporting by IOUs and policy developments highlights how private utility owners continue to be resilient... »

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A key factor driving the rapid growth of the global digital water market is the more mainstream adoption of cloud computing. Captivating industry suppliers is the potential impact cloud computing has in penetrating smaller, more technologically risk-averse utilities. The limited need for onsite servers, tech personnel, and data management capabilities throws open the door of opportunity, enabling vendors to seek growth beyond the larger utilities. In many instances, the real need for efficiency improvements and better asset management is found in smaller communities, where capital and technology aversion represents a significant barrier to entry.

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Wastewater Reuse in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: Market Drivers, Trends, and Forecast, 2020-2030

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Water for Automotive: Market Disruption to Reshape Industry Outlook

Water to Benefit from Beyond the Obvious in Washington’s Proposed Infrastructure Plan

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01 Jun 2021 • Future of Water
Telecom Strategies Emerge at the Center of Digital Water

01 Jun 2021 • The Water Values
Synthetic Aperture Radar and Its Fascinating Applications in the Water Sector with James Perry

03 Jun 2021 Smart Metering: Challenges and Opportunities

02 Jun 2021 Grundfos, Baseform to boost ambitious, smart water utilities digital services