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Digital Water: Key Trends, Project Activity, and Market Outlook, 2018 Year in Review

Overall, 2018 was a strong year for digital water, with growing interest among municipal water utilities seeking to engage in data-driven technologies and solutions. This quarterly insight highlights key trends in policy, project development, M&A, and venture funding activity in digital water, globally. ... »

18 Oct 2018

Venture and Growth Capital: Transactions & Trends in Digital Water, 2009-2018

Venture capital continues to emerge as a key financing mechanism to accelerate growth, particularly as academic spin-offs and new market entrants seek to scale in a mature water sector. In recent year... »

Advanced Asset Management for Municipal Water: Global Trends & Strategies, 2018 – 2027

Smarter, more advanced asset management strategies will save water utilities US$41.9 billion in capital expenditures by 2027. Central to this shift to more advanced solutions, is the increasing value in data collection, analytics, and... »

Global Smart Water Markets: Current and Future Trends (iAgua)

Presentation by Bluefield VP and Co-Founder Keith Hays at the iAgua summit in Madrid. Mr. Hays addresses current and future trends in global smart water markets. These complimentary slides address: De... »

Thames Water Penalized £8.6 million as Leakage Skyrockets

Thames Water revealed it has missed its leakage target for the first time in 11 years. As a result, the London utility was slapped with an £8.6 million penalty, under Ofwat’s outcome delivery incentive... »

U.S. Smart Water: Defining the Opportunity, Competitive Landscape, and Market Outlook

Smart water solutions – hardware, software, and analytics – are taking hold in the U.S. municipal water sector, driving close to US$20 billion of capital and operating expenditures over the next d... »

Water Network for Energy Efficiency: Europe’s Utilities Address Key Supply, Treatment Segments

Energy efficiency has become a key priority of European utilities. A combination of policy, market factors, and local network characteristics are driving water utilities... »

Leakage Management in Europe: Water Utilities Develop Multi-Vendor Strategies

Leakage management has emerged as a major priority for Europe’s water utilities to reduce non-revenue water. New market insight available for purchase.... »

Vendors Zero in on UK Leak Management

A set of deals in the past month has underlined the attractiveness of the UK’s leakage management market for technology solutions providers.... »

Chile Water Utilities Power Toward Efficiency

On 5 September 2016, Chile's water and sanitation regulator, SISS, announced a five-year freeze on water tariffs for Aguas del Valle, ESSBÍO, ESSAL, and Aguas Nuevosur... »



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