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Smart Water business intelligence week 18/07/2022


Globally, the water and wastewater utility sector’s spending on digital solutions is expected to grow 8.8% annually, from US$25.9 billion in 2021 to US$55.2 billion by 2030. According to a new report by Bluefield Research, The Digital Water Revolution: Global Digital Water Market Forecast, 2022-2030, utilities will spend a total of US$387.5 billion on related technologies and services during of this decade:

Global water utilities forecasted to spend US$387.5 billion on digital solutions this decade


The latest technological developments in the water industry worldwide according to The International Water Association (IWA):

Water Tech Spotlight: the latest technology developments in the water industry | June 2022


In France, since January 1, a water point must be available in public places. But this anti-waste measure is sometimes complex to implement:

Les fontaines d’eau se font attendre dans le métro


The EU is now investing more than €1.8 billion in 17 large-scale innovative cleantech projects, with a third round of support awarded under the Innovation Fund. Grants will be provided under the Innovation Fund to help introduce advanced technologies to the market for energy-intensive industries, hydrogen, renewable energy, carbon capture and storage infrastructure carbon and the manufacture of essential components for energy storage and renewable energies. The selected projects are located in Germany, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Iceland, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden. The field of water is once again forgotten in these steps:

Fonds pour l’innovation: l’UE investit 1,8 milliard d’euros dans des projets du domaine des technologies propres

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