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WATER INNOVATION: BRIDGING GAPS,
CREATING OPPORTUNITIES
27 AND 28 SEPTEMBER 2017
ALFÂNDEGA PORTO CONGRESS CENTRE
THE WATER...
ADVANCING WATER STRATEGIES
Connecting Market Needs With Innovation
EIP Water 2017
September 28, 2017
Will Maize, Bluefield...
Global Smart Water Markets Overview
Global smart water markets shaped by water scarcity, cultural approaches to sustainabi...
Overview Of The European Municipal Water Market
Market fragmentation and non-revenue water regulation two of the key facto...
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Customer
Engagement
Network &
Distribution
Financial
Back Office
• Conservation
• Plant Operations
• Billing / Payment
•...
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Trunk
mains
Distributionmains
Monitoring at network level (macro)
Post-event
Time of event
Burst/Leak Pre-event
React:
D...
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We Serve Companies Across the Water Industry
Bluefield supports a diverse group global companies positioned across the w...
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Global companies across the value chain are
developing strategies to capitalize on greenfield
opportunities in water -- ...
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Connecting market needs to innovations

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Presentation hold during EIP Water Conference in Porto, as part of the Porto Water Innovation Week in Session 7 “The water business: Markets, opportunities and employment”

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Connecting market needs to innovations

  1. 1. WATER INNOVATION: BRIDGING GAPS, CREATING OPPORTUNITIES 27 AND 28 SEPTEMBER 2017 ALFÂNDEGA PORTO CONGRESS CENTRE THE WATER BUSINESS: MARKETS, OPPORTUNITIES AND EMPLOYMENT CONNECTING MARKET NEEDS TO INNOVATIONS WILL MAIZE BLUEFIELD RESEARCH
  2. 2. ADVANCING WATER STRATEGIES Connecting Market Needs With Innovation EIP Water 2017 September 28, 2017 Will Maize, Bluefield Research @will_maize @bluefieldwater
  3. 3. Global Smart Water Markets Overview Global smart water markets shaped by water scarcity, cultural approaches to sustainability, and regulatory and competitive environments. Source: Bluefield Research 3 High Adoption Low Adoption Driven By Operational Efficiency Driven By Water Scarcity U.S. Canada U.K. Australia France Netherlands Singapore Israel Spain Germany
  4. 4. Overview Of The European Municipal Water Market Market fragmentation and non-revenue water regulation two of the key factors driving, and inhibiting, deployment of innovative solutions. Source: National Water Authorities and Federations, EUREAU, Sos Danubis, Utilities, Bluefield Research4 Market Fragmentation Per Country Inhabitants / system: <10,000 / system 10,000-100,000 / system 100,000-1 million / system Non EU member >1 million / system Country Year Effective Regulatory development details EU Water Framework Directive 2000 EU Water Framework Directive focuses on water quality, though member state utilities refer to a guidance level of 15% NRW ceiling. United Kingdom, ex-Scotland Multiple Regulatory body Ofwat requires annual leakage KPI (measured in ml/d) and sets leakage targets across AMP periods. Denmark Late 1980s Tax levied on >10% NRW levels of DKK5.0/m3. Germany 2000 W392 Water Loss Reduction, German guidelines include recommended NRW targets for systems across varying connection density. Scotland 2006 Regulatory leakage targets – based on Economic Level of Leakage – introduced by Water Industry Commission for Scotland (WICS) for the first time. France 2010 Cap NRW rate at 15% in urban areas. Portugal 2011 National Efficient Water Use Program aims to reduced NRW to 25% by 2020 (versus 40% in 2011). Bulgaria 2014 National 2014-2023 Strategic Water Plans aim to reduce NRW rate to 49% in Bulgaria by 2023. Croatia 2014 National 2014-2023 Strategic Water Plans aim to reduce NRW rate to 15-20% by 2023. Key Policy Developments: Non-revenue Water (NRW)
  5. 5. 5 Customer Engagement Network & Distribution Financial Back Office • Conservation • Plant Operations • Billing / Payment • Forecasting • Asset Management Utility Silo Administration Operations Focus Companies • Condition Assessment, Pipeline Monitoring • Non-Revenue Water • Leak Detection • Water Quality • Energy Efficiency • Sanitary, Combined Sewers • Field Operations • Network, Data and Event Management • Metering • Design, Hydraulic Modeling Industrial / Commercial Demand Management, Conservation, Regulatory Compliance Source: Bluefield Research Smart Water Must Adapt to Utility Siloes Water network architecture and utility siloes act as barriers for enterprise-wide solution adoption.
  6. 6. 6 Trunk mains Distributionmains Monitoring at network level (macro) Post-event Time of event Burst/Leak Pre-event React: Descriptive Analytics Anticipate: Predictive Analytics Monitoring at pipe level (micro) Meters flow data Pressure data Meters flow data Temperature data Pressure Data Customer notifications Noise loggers Hydroguard Syrinix Sahara chambers Pressure transients Noise loggers Satellite imaging Pressure transients Predictive leakage tools Burst prediction based on weather trends AIM • Deterioration models • Material condition • Burst • Leakage AIM • Burst deterioration model University of Surrey IC5 ResearchCurrent measure Under development Legend Pipe Network Monitoring Strategy At Thames Water Pipe bursts contributed to Thames’ missing 2016 leakage target, £9.8 million fine. Source: Thames Water: Forensic Analysis of Trunk Main Bursts, Bluefield Research
  7. 7. 7 We Serve Companies Across the Water Industry Bluefield supports a diverse group global companies positioned across the water value chain, validating the quality and breadth of our insights.
  8. 8. 8 Global companies across the value chain are developing strategies to capitalize on greenfield opportunities in water -- new build, new business models, and private investment. Bluefield Research supports a growing roster of companies across key technology segments and industry verticals addressing risks and opportunities in the new water landscape. Companies are turning to Bluefield for in-depth, actionable intelligence into the water sector and the sector's impacts on key industries. The insights draw on primary research from the water, energy, power, mining, agriculture, financial sectors and their respective supply chains. Bluefield works with key decision-makers at utilities, project development companies, independent water and power providers, EPC companies, technology suppliers, manufacturers, and investment firms, giving them tools to define and execute strategies. Contact Bluefield Research NORTH AMERICA 192 South St // Suite 550 Boston, MA 02111 T +1 617 910 2540 EUROPE Carrer de Sant Joan de la Salle 42 Edifici Technova, 2.12 08022 Barcelona, Spain T +34 93 681 4325 waterexperts@bluefieldresearch.com www.bluefieldresearch.com

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