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Smart Water business intelligence week 31/10/2022


As the UK heads into the next asset management regulatory period – AMP8 – from 2025, the sector faces higher than ever expectations for environmental protection and safe service delivery and consistent. This is a growing market – according to Bluefield Research’s Global Digital Water Forecast for 2022-2030, emerging and developing markets will account for approximately 30% of US$387.5 billion in global spending digital water totals expected over the next decade. Additionally, digital water spending in emerging markets is expected to grow at an annual rate of 11.4%, compared to 7.7% for advanced economies:

Dreaming The Possible – Data And The Future Of Water


Researchers from the University of Guelph and scientists from the Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan are developing low-energy strategies to purify polluted water:

Modifying water’s structure as low-energy method for removing pollutants


The 20th Euro-INBO International Conference, organized by the Group of European Basin Authorities for the application of European Water Directives, was held from September 26 to 29 in Annecy. The event ended with the launch of the Annecy Declaration, which reaffirms the importance of concerted management by basin, the integration of increasingly numerous constraints, and the association of all stakeholders:

La 20ème Conférence du RIOB insiste pour faire passer l’eau au premier plan de toutes les stratégies d’adaptation au changement climatique


Jordan announced that it had secured more than $2.2 billion to fund its water carrier project, described as the largest infrastructure undertaking in the kingdom’s history:

Jordan secures $2.2bn financing for water carrier project

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