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A new partnership with a fast-growing software start-up will enhance Suez’s suite of digital water capabilities for municipal water networks. Adapting the optimisation engine to address the industrial market will prove more of a challenge.
Eversource enters the US regulated water market with $1.7bn Aquarion purchase Vol 18, Issue 6 (June 2017)
The power utility has diversified its holdings by pulling off the biggest regulated water acquisition in the US for a decade. Is it the precursor to a national roll-up strategy?
The group has exited two major water investments in the last month. Is it all over?
With a private finance commitment in place and a regulatory roadblock reversed, the ambitious water supply project in southern California could break ground later this year. Is the new-found optimism justified?
Private equity giant Clayton, Dubilier & Rice has agreed to buy HD Supply’s water products distribution business for $2.5 billion, equivalent to around 10 times projected 2017 EBITDA. CD&R previously owned the business before floating it on the stock exchange in 2013.
Despite the energy price turmoil, frac'ing is here to stay – and so are the opportunities for water treatment, says Amanda Brock.
Spinning off its electrical business will transform Pentair into a pure-play water company. Can it convince shareholders that it has a cohesive go-to-market strategy?
As Pentair faces up to its future as a water-only equipment firm, maximising the value of its product portfolio will require quick action on smart water.
Pure Technologies partners with Xylem to target smart water in emerging markets Vol 18, Issue 5 (May 2017)
Both firms are responding to an increasing focus on water loss and asset management in emerging markets. Will their latest collaboration lay the groundwork for a more formal relationship in future?
US water sector assesses the challenges as Bureau of Reclamation mulls P3s Vol 18, Issue 5 (May 2017)
Despite increasing awareness of the potential role for private finance in meeting infrastructure investment needs, the US water sector is notorious for its limited pipeline of tangible P3 opportunities. Will an RFI issued by USBR be another case of all talk and no action?