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Opportunity Analysis for Smart Water Metering in Asia-Pacific

  • ID: 3308555
  • Report
  • Region: Asia Pacific
  • 73 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Need for Non-Revenue Water Reduction Remains the Key Driver for Smart Meter Adoption in Developing Countries
The major threats for the water industry in Asia-Pacific (APAC) that may necessitate significant adoption of smart grid solutions are water scarcity, aging infrastructure, population growth and urbanization, and climate change.

The developing economies in APAC including India, China, and Indonesia are suffering from a vicious cycle of non-revenue water (NRW) and as a result the adoption of smart water meter (SWM) solutions is expected to grow in the region. While developed APAC economies will mostly offer SWM replacement opportunities, the emerging economies will offer high scope for fresh installation as they lack a well-developed SWM infrastructure.

Smart water meters capture relevant data, monitoring and analysis of which can increase efficiency of water utilities thereby reducing operational expenditure (OPEX).

The developing economies in APAC including India, China, and Indonesia are suffering due to a vicious cycle of non-revenue water (NRW) and as a result the adoption of smart water meter (SWM) solutions is expected to see more than % growth annually post 2015 in the region.

While developed APAC economies will mostly offer SWM replacement opportunities, the emerging economies will offer high scope for fresh installation as they lack a well-established SWM infrastructure.

Regulations and policies of developing nations will play an important role in development of the smart water meters market in APAC.

With significant investments expected from the APAC developing nations, the SWM market will have strong growth which will reach a peak in 2020.

The automation and control equipment market for water and wastewater treatment (WWWT) is expected to reach $ billion in APAC in 2015. It is likely to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of % to reach $ billion in 2018.

Growth for both the markets varies considerably in different countries; however, among the two markets, better growth rates are expected for automation and control equipment market in most countries.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
2. Introduction
  • Definitions
  • Market Segmentation
3. Introduction on Smart Water Grids
  • Smart Water Grids - The Needs Explained
  • Smart Water Grids - Benefits and Challenges
  • Non-Revenue Water as The Main Driver
4. Smart Water Meters Market
  • Why Smart Water Meters?
  • Uses of Smart Water Meters
  • Benefits and Challenges
5. Opportunity Analysis
  • Introduction
  • Grouping Criteria
6. Group 1 - Australia, Japan, and Singapore
  • Population and Urbanization
  • Water Demographics
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Water Distribution Management
  • Australia Overview
  • Japan Overview
  • Singapore Overview
  • Market Forecast
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Key Growth Opportunities
  • Group 1 Overall Opportunity Analysis
7. Group 2 - Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand
  • Population and Urbanization
  • Water Demographics
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Water Distribution Management
  • Indonesia Overview
  • Malaysia Overview
  • Thailand Overview
  • Market Forecast
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Key Growth Opportunities
  • Group 2 Overall Opportunity Analysis
8. Group 3 - China and India
  • Population and Urbanization
  • Water Demographics
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Water Distribution Management
  • China Overview
  • India Overview
  • Market Forecast
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Key Growth Opportunities
  • Group 3 Overall Opportunity Analysis
9. Conclusion
  • Legal Disclaimer
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