The state of New York is investing in water infrastructure. Governor Cuomo announced the funding for 95 water infrastructure projects across nine regions in the state. Project funding applications show more than 70% of estimated budgets dedicated to clean water (wastewater) projects, while the remainder is planned for drinking water projects. Oneida County stands out as… Continue reading New York Municipal Water and Wastewater Infrastructure: State Funding Awards 2016
Data Insight: Bluefield tracks violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act by public water systems More than 42 million people served by public water systems in the 50 U.S. states and Native American reservations are potentially impacted by violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act. U.S. EPA violations, totaling a combined 3,286 at the end of… Continue reading U.S. Public Water System Violations (2011-H1 2016)
Renewable-Powered Desalination is taking off in emerging markets. Bluefield analyzes trends and drivers Since 2000, 66 renewable-energy-powered desalination plants have been commissioned with a combined capacity of 1.7 million m3/d. Solar and wind energy power 57 of these plants. Almost all of this renewable desalination capacity has been installed in developed countries attempting to offset… Continue reading Renewable-Powered Desalination: Global Market Trends and Drivers
Bluefield Research’s analysis of more than 8,431 well permits for hydraulic fracturing in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale highlights…
Now available is Bluefield’s Market Insight, Public-Private Partnerships in Water: Latin America Market Analysis.