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

01 December 2016
Market Insight

60-Slide Market Insight (available for purchase and immediate download)

Leakage management has emerged as a major priority for Europe’s water utilities to reduce non-revenue water and its impacts on scaling capital and operating expenditures. Lost revenue to leaks and improper billing for Europe’s water utilities exceed more than US$10 billion annually.

Bluefield’s new 60-Slide Market Insight report breaks down this crucial water market issue– analyzing market drivers, utility benchmarks, utility and technology vendor strategies, and emerging solutions. Sections include:

  • Market Drivers and Inhibitors for Leak Management
  • Utility Leak Management Strategies
  • Leakage Management Technology Vendor Strategies
  • Leakage Management Vendor Profiles

This Market Insight is available for one-time purchase and through our Insight service. Contact us to learn more. 

Key Features

  • 60-slide Market Insight (PDF)
  • Strategic analysis of market drivers and inhibitors for leakage management
  • +30 utility company and vendor profiles
  • Analysis of impact of leakage on planned CAPEX for pipes, metering and information technology
  • Evaluation of smart solution technologies, key players, and winning strategies

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