Insights

June 2022

Leveraging the stormwater market potential

The stormwater market, although traditionally underfunded compared to drinking water or wastewater treatment, continues to grow, with increasing interest around the world. This article explores the dynamics of the stormwater market and how a player could leverage its potential, applying the examples of Germany, France and the UK, the three largest stormwater markets in Europe.

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June 2022

Amane Advisors Announces Merger with A. Vaccani & Partners

The merger between Amane Advisors and A. Vaccani & Partners represents a huge step forward toward our ongoing objective of helping clients achieve sustainable growth and design their future in the circular economy, while also helping to protect and regenerate the Earth’s resources. Watch our video to learn more.

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October 2021

Challenges and Opportunities to Meet Industrial Customers’ Water Reuse Demand

Amane Advisors partner Bastien Simeon, who is co-chairing an IDA committee on financial institutions, was actively involved in the Association’s recent International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling.

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October 2021

The Financing Gap: Re-examining the Role of Private Financing & P3s

Water is vital to human survival, and it is also expensive to treat, distribute, and recycle. Capital and maintenance funding needs — coupled with particularly acute budget pressures in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic — necessitate governments to seek creative funding and project delivery options.

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October 2021

Plunging into the Residential and Commercial Water Market: Leveraging Growth Opportunities in APAC

With growth outpacing that of the total water market, entering the residential and commercial market is an increasingly attractive proposition for numerous players across the water industry and adjacent markets. This article explores opportunities in the Asia Pacific region, specifically China and India, as the two markets combined are expected to see double-digit growth to bring a market value of $16.0 billion in 2024.

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August 2021

STORMWATER: Seizing the potential of an untapped market

Interest in stormwater – also known as stormwater runoff – is increasing around the world due to a number of decisive long-term trends. These trends include climate change and urbanization, which are linked to increasingly severe floods and prolonged droughts, and more stringent
environmental regulatory compliance.

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August 2021

FEATURED IN H2O GLOBAL NEWS: U.S. Water Quality: Lead service line replacement can and should be No. 1 priority

In the U.S., water service lines made of lead and galvanized pipe are putting millions at risk of lead exposure. Lead-laden pipes can corrode and leach the contaminant into tap water, especially when water has high acidity or low mineral content. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates today there are at least 6 to over 10 million lead service lines (LSLs). Supporting local water utilities to identify and replace these LSLs with lead-free pipe is the most certain way to reduce the risk of lead exposure.

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June 2021

OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND IN APAC RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL WATER MARKET

The Residential & Commercial water market in APAC presents a host of opportunities for industry players as well as investors. As noted in our article in the Fall 2020 issue of Amane currents, “Residential & Commercial Water Market: an outlook of growth, innovation and expanding opportunities,” we anticipate 5.8% growth in this sector over the next five years, a rate above that of the total water market. That will result in a market worth $45.4 billion by 2024.

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June 2021

UNCOVERING THE TRUE PROFITABILITY: the landscape of the global water industry

We are often asked by investors and water companies where the highest profitability lies in the global water industry. The water sector is fairly complex, with many attributes making it less than straightforward to answer this question, including a large number of private players with limited transparency on their financial performance, and volatility of company performance from year to year

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May 2021

REMOVAL OF MICROPOLLUTANTS: a growing opportunity for the European water industry

The presence of micropollutants in water and wastewater streams is seen as a pressing environmental and health issue around the world. While presenting many challenges, removing these substances also presents a big opportunity for players in many sectors of the water industry. The need is there, and technologies and treatment processes are available and ready to implement. So, what is the lay of the land?

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March 2021

TREATING AND RECOVERING BRINE: PROGRESS IN TRANSFORMING BRINE INTO A USEFUL RESOURCE

By 2025, Amane Advisors estimates that more than 140 million cubic meters (m3) of brine will be produced around the world each day. With desalination costs falling to new lows, largely due to the use of membrane technologies, more and more countries are  accelerating the use of desalination to increase water security and address the rapid depletion of liquid freshwater resources.

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February 2021

WHAT’S NEXT FOR THE SMART METERING MARKET?

Amane Advisors follows the latest trends in the smart metering market for water and takes a look at the larger opportunity for vendors and operators to succeed

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January 2021

TRENDS IN SUSTAINABLE INVESTING

Listen to Amane’s Dorothée Chabredier discuss trends in sustainable investing on the latest episode of Talking Under Water, the water industry’s premier podcast. Dorothée and podcast co-host Lauren Del Ciello explore a wide range of topics including categories of sustainable investing as well as what water companies need to do to benefit from this growing opportunity.

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January 2021

SOLVING THE WATER ACCESS ISSUE IN INDONESIA

With water networks mandated to be operated by the public sector and pressing needs for greater water access and operational efficiency, Pravi Bansal explains how can the private sector participate in the market

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January 2021

AN OUTLOOK OF GROWTH AND INNOVATION IN THE RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL WATER MARKET

Amane Advisors estimates that the global residential & commercial water treatment market will be worth $45.4 billion in 2024. We take a look at the drivers of growth, innovation and the key business opportunities in this important and dynamic sector.

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