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Public-Private Partnerships in Water, 2016-2020

18 February 2016
Focus Report

The global market for water PPP projects is set to nearly triple by 2020.  Bluefield’s new 162-page report delivers the most complete and up-to-date analysis of public-private partnerships for strategic greenfield water investments, including contract models, capacities, sponsor strategies, capital expenditures, and commission dates.

Key questions addressed in this report:

  • Which countries and regions are most attractive for private investment in water infrastructure?
  • Which players are poised to take on more significant regional and global positions?
  • What types of projects are generating the greatest interest and which contract models are being adopted?

Purchase includes access to relevant data appendix:

  • Project data: Over 1,800 operational and planned assets including desalination, water treatment, and wastewater treatment plans.
  • Country data: Details on 46 country market environments for water infrastructure, public and private partnerships
  • Company data: Details on 52 firms’ financials, capacity holdings, and project portfolios
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