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Water for Data Centers: Market Trends and Forecasts, 2023–2030
Hyperscale data centers, currently estimated at 728 facilities globally are expected to reach over 1,000 by the end of 2024. The proliferation of hyperscale data center facilities presents an opportunity for water management solution providers, particularly as their deployment expands into new and water-stressed geographies.
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Global Desalination Ownership Rankings: Market and Company Trends, 2020Climate shifts are putting additional stress on existing water supplies in select markets like Australia, the western U.S., and Latin America. At the same time,...
14 Jul. 2020
Sydney Water Sets Pace for Resiliency, InnovationOn 16 June 2020, the Final Determination of Sydney Water’s 2020-2024 Price Review was released by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART). The report...
2 Jul. 2020
Smart Water Down Under: Australia Water Utilities Deploy Advanced Technologies in Search of Operational EfficiencyGovernment-owned municipal water utilities in Australia provide essential water supply services to over 22 million people, representing 82.4% of the population. 2017 saw an uptick...
14 Jun. 2018
Renewable-Powered Desalination: Global Market Trends and DriversSince 2000, 66 renewable-energy-powered desalination plants have been commissioned with a combined capacity of 1.7 million m3/d. Developed countries that are attempting to offset...
3 Aug. 2016
Melbourne Contract Reflects Value of DesalWater supplies in Melbourne have declined annually since 2012, while water consumption levels have increased. To boost supply, water authorities plan to procure 50 gigalitres...
5 Apr. 2016
Private Water Players Hunker Down UnderOn 7 May 2015, Mitsubishi-owned Trility announced it finalized purchase of six Water Infrastructure Group (WI Group) contracts from Pentair covering 35 wastewater treatment plants....
6 Jul. 2015
Tide Rises for Australia Private WaterOn 1 July 2014, Hunter Water Corporation of New South Wales (NSW), Australia, awarded an eight-year, US$193 million operation and maintenance contract to Veolia Water...
24 Jul. 2014