December 5, 2014--Report offers insight into U.S. private water market (Water and Wastes Digest)

According to a new report from Bluefield, U.S. private water markets are poised for significant growth. With an infrastructure gap of more than $500 billion for drinking water and wastewater treatment over the next 20 years, a revised regulatory landscape is shaping new opportunities for private players looking to invest strategically in U.S. water. Bluefield developed this Market Insight to help industry decisionmakers identify new opportunities and investment trends. This 68-page report highlights: 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; and investor-owned utility (IOU) asset portfolios and growth strategies.

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