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New U.S. & Canada Digital Water Forecast, 2019-2030

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Blue field Digital Water Forecast (1)

Contributor: Bluefield Research

Digital water in the U.S. & Canada is forecasted to grow 6.5% annually, far outpacing the growth of the broader municipal water & wastewater sector over the next decade. Annual capital expenditures for digital water solutions will rise from US$5.4 billion in 2019 to US$10.8 billion in 2030, setting the stage for more advanced monitoring and management of critical infrastructure.

According to Bluefield Research’s new reportWater Industry 4.0: U.S. & Canada Digital Water Market Forecast, 2019-2030, utility spending on connected hardware, software solutions, and digitally enabled professional services will reach a combined US$92.6 billion over twelve years. This investment has been catalyzed by a wave of newly available technology solutions, increasing customer expectations, and utility leaders’ reliance on data to tackle mounting financial and environmental pressures.

Key questions addressed in this report:

  • What factors are driving water and wastewater utilities to adopt digital solutions?
  • Which digital water technology segments are poised to see the most growth by 2030?
  • How do market opportunities vary by utility size and geography?
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Analysis includes:

12-Year Annual Forecast

Digital water CAPEX & OPEX

Geographic Segmentation

By state & province

Forecast Breakdowns

19 digital technology segments

Demand Analysis

By utility type & size

3 Forecast Scenarios

Digital Liftoff
Steady Flight
Failure to Launch

More Analysis

Competitive landscape
Market drivers
Trends and shifts

About Bluefield

Bluefield Research provides data, analysis, and insights on global water markets. Executives rely on our water experts to validate their assumptions, address critical questions, and strengthen strategic planning processes. Bluefield works with key decision makers at municipal utilities, engineering, procurement and construction firms, technology and equipment suppliers, and investment firms. Learn more at www.bluefieldresearch.com.

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