Dublin, November 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Growth opportunities for global water and sanitation networks” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This research service studies the global market for water and sanitation networks. The study assesses the growth environment and examines the revenue and market forecast; it also describes the universe of growth opportunities to orient market participants towards value-added business strategies.

The data and major research inputs have been aggregated and analyzed to determine the major market opportunities during the forecast period (2021-2025).

Global water and wastewater networks are in a state of transition. Many utilities and municipalities face aging networks that require rehabilitation and replacement, while others see growing or existing populations that require reliable services. However, all utilities face challenges as well as opportunities in terms of digitization, decarbonization and climate change.

Transformative changes require blue sky thinking and a long-term roadmap, and utilities need to re-evaluate how they engage with asset segments (pumps; meters; pipelines and related; automation and control ) and the services and solutions they use (management of meter data; management of service leaks; design and engineering).

The global mandate of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals looms large in many countries as they strive to meet the 2030 goals for water and sanitation services. This encourages investment and the privatization of industry to stimulate competition and investment.

However, this push towards sustainable water and wastewater system operations and services is tempered by limiting factors, and inadequate funding and the inability to prioritize that funding are ongoing challenges. Often, new, complex technologies require innovative skills and support, complicating deployments and slowing adoption.

Additionally, the global disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic has delayed infrastructure investments and complicated investment strategies.

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

  • Why is it more and more difficult to cultivate?
  • The strategic imperative
  • The impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the global water and sanitation industry
  • Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline engine

2. Analysis of growth opportunities

  • Scope of the analysis
  • Market segmentation
  • Key Competitors
  • Key growth indicators
  • Growth drivers
  • Analysis of growth drivers
  • Growth constraints
  • Growth restriction analysis
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by industry sector
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis
  • Revenue forecast analysis by region

3. Analysis of growth opportunities – Pumps

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

4. Analysis of growth opportunities – Automation and control

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

5. Analysis of growth opportunities – Meter data management

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

6. Analysis of growth opportunities – Meters

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

7. Analysis of growth opportunities – Pipes and allies

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

8. Analysis of Growth Opportunities – Leak Management Services

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

9. Analysis of growth opportunities – Design and engineering

  • Key growth indicators
  • Revenue forecast
  • Revenue forecast by region
  • Revenue forecast analysis

10. Universe of growth opportunities

  • Growth Opportunity 1: Digital Frameworks for Utilities
  • Growth opportunity 2: Access to investment in infrastructure for water and sanitation networks
  • Growth opportunity 3: Circular economy for materials and civil works in water and sanitation networks
  • Growth opportunity 4: United Nations SDGs for water and sanitation
  • Growth Opportunity 5: Asset Management and Peripheral Intelligence for Monitoring the Condition and Performance of Water and Wastewater Systems
  • Growth Opportunity 6: Climate Change Adaptation Capacity for Water and Sanitation Network Market Participants
  • Growth Opportunity 7: Robotics and Automation for Faster and Safer Assessment, Maintenance and Repair of Water and Wastewater Systems

11. Next steps

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