Global Utility Data 2013: The global guide to the top 5,000 utilities
- Published: June 30th, 2013
- Author: Global Water Intelligence
- Price £2,000.00 / $3,650.00
Piecing together a global picture of utilities
Market fragmentation is one of the greatest challenges to any company doing business in the water sector. It would take thousands of hours for any organisation to catalogue an equally extensive directory of utilities and, in certain regions – without an existing network of contacts – compiling this information can be a virtually impossible task.
This database brings together the fragments and paints a global picture of the most important utilities – as well as providing detailed information in each individual utility profile – so you can:
- Filter by country and ownership type, so you can see which regions and which utilities are progressive and open to private sector participation – helping you to expand your business into new markets
- Identify the utilities that may want to improve their performance and offer them your services – using information on the utility services and water/wastewater connections included in the database
- Target specific utilities – understand their services – including water, wastewater and industrial water – and match them with your business portfolio, giving you leads for business expansion
- Get in touch with the head of each organisation – the database will help you identify leads, understand their needs and will give you the contact details of the main decision makers.
An unparalleled network of contacts providing exclusive information
GWI has spent over a decade building a global network of high profile connections, even in regions where it can be notoriously difficult to gain access to business critical information.
Global Utility Data 2013 puts you in touch with high level contacts in each organisation and gives you exclusive information about each company. We provide comprehensive data for each utility, even in countries where this information is extremely fragmented – including China and India.
N.B. Please note that this information is presented in the form of an Excel Spreadsheet which you can either download directly from our website or have a CD-ROM sent to you in the mail.
The database includes the following fields (download printable PDF here):
• Utility name
• General email address
• Water services
• Wastewater services
• Drainage/stormwater service
• Other services
• Service area type
• Service area description
• Ownership type
• Name of the owner/contract operator
• Population served water (number)
• Population served wastewater (number)
• Water connections (number)
• Wastewater connections (number)
• Water pipe network (km)
• Wastewater pipe network (km)
• Name of Head of the organisation
• Job title
• Phone number
Mould the data for your business
Presented in an EXCEL spreadsheet, you can easily generate graphs, manipulate the data to match your business portfolio and evaluate the best opportunities for your business. Having all of this information at the touch of a button saves you huge amounts of time and money on research.
Who should read this report
Equipment suppliers, engineers and consultants – understand each utility, their service offering and how they might seek to improve their services. Use this information to find sales leads, identify which segments of your business are best suited to which utilities and create robust proposals tailored to each organisation.
Investors and financiers – an excellent tool for performing a market analysis, both regional and global. Identify current and future areas for investment and get an understanding of how each market is structured.
Private operators – compare utilities in other regions and pinpoint opportunities to improve your performance and expand your business.
Major water companies – identify regions with growing potential for public private partnerships and match your service offerings to the needs of utilities across the world.
Antigua and Barbuda
Central African Republic
Trinidad and Tobago
Download your sample from Global Utility Data 2013 here.