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U.S. Municipal Water & Wastewater: Defining the Addressable Market for Private Investment

13 November 2017
Focus Report

Much needed investment in utility infrastructure is driving investment in the U.S. water & wastewater sectors. Established investor-owned utility companies – and a host of potential outside financial investors– are refining their strategies to expand or develop their positions in U.S water utility asset ownership and operations.

This new report is essential for companies looking to evaluate opportunities and strategies to invest in the U.S. municipal water & wastewater utilities sectors.

Scaling regulatory and financial stresses are overwhelming municipal and private owners. Bluefield’s team has analyzed more than 78,000 community systems to zero-in on potentially at-risk utilities. Our in-depth review of EPA violations, state revolving fund requests, requests for loan forgiveness and state policies, coupled with M&A data, highlights the addressable market of stressed water systems.

Report sections include:

  • The U.S. Water & Wastewater Utility Landscape
  • Investor-Owned Utility Market Landscape
  • Sizing the Addressable Market for Private Investment
  • State Profiles
  • Investor-Owned Utility Profiles

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