U.S. Private Water Market: Opportunities & Strategies, 2014
Deliverable: Market Insight // Access Level: Private Water Insight Service
U.S. private water markets are poised for significant growth. With an infrastructure investment gap of more than US$500 billion for drinking water and wastewater treatment over the next twenty years, a revised regulatory landscape is shaping new opportunities for private players looking to invest strategically in U.S. water.
This Market Insight– which analyzes the private water ownership opportunities in the U.S.– highlights the following:
- Federal- and state-level policy affecting infrastructure grants, public-private partnerships, and rate cases
- Private water ownership across key state markets
- Opportunities in public-private partnership models in U.S.
- Private water company strategies and M&A, project development initiatives
- Investor-owned utility (IOU) asset portfolios and growth strategies
In this presentation, Bluefield Research Vice President, Keith Hays, talks about U.S. Private Water Market: Opportunities & Strategies, 2014. Click here to register and gain access to the presentation.
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State Regulation and Markets Analyzed: Arizona • California • Connecticut • Delaware • Idaho • Illinois • Indiana • Michigan • Missouri • North Carolina • New Jersey • New Mexico • New York • Ohio • Pennsylvania • Texas • Virginia • Wisconsin
Private Water Companies Analyzed: American Water • American States Water • Aqua America • Aquarion Group • Artesian Resources • California Water Service • Connecticut Water • Corix Utilities • EPCOR • Great Oaks Water • Johnson Utilties • KKR • Macquarie Capital • Middlesex Water • Park Water • San Gabriel Valley Water • San Jose Water • Southwest Water • Table Rock Capital • United Water • Utilities, Inc. • York Water