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Collaborative Project Delivery: State Policies and Market Trends for Water and Wastewater Infrastructure 

Public sector project owners, engineering & design firms, and contractors are grappling with project cost overruns, delays, and contractual disputes that are slowing execution and delivery of critical water and wastewater infrastructure. These factors have created a swell of new policies and project experiences that are accelerating the use of collaborative project delivery approaches.

Water Service and Inequity in Mobile Home Parks with UCLA’s Greg Pierce 

Today’s podcast episode features Greg Pierce, Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA, Research and Co-Executive Director at UCLA’s Luskin Center for Innovation, Director of UCLA’s Water...
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Akshay Deshmukh 

Akshay Deshmukh is a data analyst devoted to the analysis of water sector data. Prior to joining Bluefield Research, Akshay has worked as a proficient analyst at organizations both in India and the Un...

What is Private Equity’s Role in Digital Water? 

The global private equity (PE) sector has grown thirteenfold since 2000, wielding increasing influence over critical infrastructure sectors. The proliferation of digital technologies across the water ...

Eversource Stepping Out of Water, Offering Up Utility Platform Opportunity 

On 13 February 2024, Boston, Massachusetts-based Eversource announced its intention to divest its Aquarion Water Company. Aquarion is an investor-owned water and wastewater utility acquired in 2017 for US$1.65 billion from a partnership led by Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings.

Global Desalination: Market Trends, Drivers, and Company Rankings 

With 97% of the Earth's surface covered by oceans, seawater desalination stands as a proven backstop to addressing global water scarcity challenges. Since 1999, the global desalination sector has seen significant growth in large-scale (>50,000 m3/d) plants, with over 42 million m3/d of capacity added across 214 facilities.

Global Industrial Water Market Overview 

The industrial sector's increasing demand for advanced water and wastewater solutions, spanning the entire process from supply to discharge, is gaining significant traction, globally. This market is characterized by diversity and fragmentation, with geographical and vertical distinctions influencing strategies for water and wastewater management.