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Total Addressable Market for Water & Wastewater Utilities: U.S. Benchmarks for Owner Market Share and Consolidation Opportunities
The U.S. water and wastewater landscape is heavily fragmented across 48,587 community water systems serving 313 million people and 23,481 wastewater treatment facilities serving an estimated 267 million people. From municipalities to investor-owned utilities, organizations are evaluating consolidation strategies. Bluefield’s Total Addressable Market analysis sizes this market opportunity and estimates utility ownership of the country’s 183 million customer connections at US$977 billion.
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Domestic Water: Drivers and Emerging Trends for Advanced Water Management in the Home, U.S., U.K., AustraliaThe convergence of climate, technology, and business models underlies a transformation of water usage and management within the household. Often overlooked because of total volumes...
17 Dec. 2021
Pure Synergy for Xylem Smart Water AcquisitionsOn 11 December 2017, water technology and solutions firm Xylem Inc. announced an agreement to acquire Canadian pipe diagnostics and analytics firm Pure Technologies. Xylem...
14 Dec. 2017
Europe Municipal Water Infrastructure: Utility Strategies & CAPEX Forecasts, 2016-2025CAPEX forecasts broken out into water and wastewater segments, including pipes, plants and pumps. Includes analysis of 15 European countries and 26 leading utilities.
25 Sep. 2016
Anglian Smartens Flood Control CapabilitiesAnglian Water, the largest UK water utility, has selected US-based water utility software and analytics provider Innovyze’s InfoWorks ICM product for sewer network modeling.
19 Aug. 2016
Brexit: UK Water Sector Players Brace for ImpactBrexit has injected another level of uncertainty into the municipal water sector, requiring all foreign investors to reassess their UK portfolios. What are the implications?
1 Jul. 2016
UK Utilities in Safe Waters with Policy ShiftsOn 18 August 2014, UK’s Water Services Regulation Authority (Ofwat) communicated its plan to switch from ‘retail minus’ to ‘wholesale bottom-up’ as the basis to...
29 Aug. 2014