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Digital Water Investments Grow for PE Firms

Digital water has emerged as a key hotspot for global deal-making in recent years, as vendors position to capitalize on growing utility demand for higher-margin digital hardware, software, and services offerings.... »

120WaterAudit Tests VC Funding Taps with Series A

On 17 September 2019, U.S. digital water startup 120WaterAudit closed its Series A funding round, securing US$7 million from a trio of venture capital (VC) investors. ... »

20 Sep 2018

XPV Increases Exposure to Digital Water with Metasphere Buyout

On 30 August 2018, UK-based Metasphere Ltd. announced the execution of a management buyout from owners Kaye Enterprises funded by private equity firm XPV Water Partners. XPV has increased its exposure to digital water, securing a position within core data acquisition and management processes of municipal water utilities.... »

Global Smart Water: Market Trends, Competitive Shifts, & Project Activity, Year-End 2017

In 2017, Bluefield tracked 264 smart water projects globally, up 11% from 238 projects in 2016. The metering, asset and network management segments saw the largest increase. Smart water project announ... »

Venture Capital in Water: Key Transactions and Trends

As start-ups develop new solutions for a risk-averse municipal water sector, venture capital is a key channel of funding to bridge a lengthy process in establishing key utility references and growth. ... »

XPV Funds Smart Water Data Roll-up

XPV Water Partners has backed the merger of water resource data management player Aquatic Informatics, with sister companies WaterTrax and Linko Technology Inc. The merger creates a combined data mana... »

Forever Chemicals in Drinking Water, Free of Charge… @ReeseTisdale #PFAS #WaterQuality #DrinkingWater

23 Jun 2020 Revealed: millions of Americans can’t afford water as bills rise 80% in a decade

08 Jun 2020 PFAS, Forever Chemicals Forecasted to Drive US$12.1 Billion in Water Utilities’ Spend Over Next Decade