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歐洲漏水管理:自來水業者的多家供應商策略

Leakage Management In Europe: Water Utilities Develop Multi-Vendor Strategies

出版商 Bluefield Research 商品編碼 398010
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 60 Slides
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歐洲漏水管理:自來水業者的多家供應商策略 Leakage Management In Europe: Water Utilities Develop Multi-Vendor Strategies
出版日期: 2016年12月01日 內容資訊: 英文 60 Slides
簡介

對歐洲自來水業者而言、漏水管理可減少無收入水量與無收入水的CAPEX與對OPEX計畫的影響,因此被列為最優先項目。歐洲自來水業者的漏水與錯誤申請造成收入損失每年超過100億美元以上。

本報告針對歐洲自來水業者的漏水管理策略調查、漏水管理市場各種影響因素分析、歐洲自來水業者與漏水管理技術供應商的各種策略、水管、檢驗針、IT等設備投資計畫與漏水的影響、智慧方法技術分析、主要供應商檔案。

摘要整理

第1章 漏水管理市場成長促進因素、阻礙因素

  • 無收入水定義、漏水部門優先程度
  • 東歐、南歐:無收入水課題更加深刻
  • EU政策:漏水相關基準不足
  • 促進管理策略的漏水相關經濟
  • 歐洲水市場:CAPEX預測
  • 水收支與無收入水部門
  • 國加無收入水量比率
  • 主要漏水相關政策發展狀況
  • 漏水管理策略 (進口、出口、英國自來水業者範例)
  • EU28國水資產CAPEX預測

第2章 自來水業者漏水管理策略

  • 自來水業者漏水管理策略:概要
  • 自來水業者無收入水量:都市的巨大差異
  • 自來水業者網絡密度與無收入水量變化
  • 自來水業者:無收入水每年超過100億美元損失
  • 永續漏水經濟等級 (SELL:Sustainable Economic Levels of Leakage) 業者:持續的漏水控制
  • SELL以下業者:為了改善漏水控制的大型升級
  • 減少漏水等級、永續漏水經濟等級目標業者
  • 水管老化:漏水相關課題
  • 分佈網漏水政策的重點業者
  • 自來水業者CAPEX計畫:水管
  • DMA (District Metering Area) 實施:漏水控制的關鍵
  • 自來水業者CAPEX計畫:水錶資產
  • 自來水業者CAPEX計畫:IT資產
  • 近年主要漏水計畫、獎勵
  • 歐洲自來水業者無收入水量率
  • 自來水業者網距離、連接密度:概要
  • 無收入水量:業者分類
  • SELL等級業者無收入水量:現在等級與目標
  • SELL以下業者無收入水量:現在等級與目標
  • 超過現在目標的自來水業者無收入水量
  • 管材:國家、標準國營自來水處分類
  • 水道網距離與交換率
  • 水道管CAPEX變化
  • 主要業者DMA安裝現況
  • 水錶的CAPEX變化
  • IT資產的CAPEX變化

第3章 漏水管理技術供應商策略

  • 各種供應商與自來水業者的減少漏水對策
  • 智慧漏水方法與傳統漏水方法區分
  • 智慧方法業者定位:產品區分
  • 減少運用費的供應商:限定網絡
  • 形成供應商定位的市場管道
  • 歐洲自來水業者與供應商相關性:強調柔軟性
  • 產業專門業者:M&A漏水軟體方法與附加軟體
  • 主要方法、企業概要
  • 智慧漏水方法
    • 智慧屬性、產品範例
  • 智慧方法相關業者
    • 維修最佳化、壓力管理
  • 供應商實現的減少運用費用
  • 商業模式、市場加入&成長策略
  • 歐洲漏水管理近年M&A、資金供給活動
目錄

Leakage management has emerged as a major priority for Europe's water utilities to reduce non-revenue water and its impacts on scaling capital and operating expenditures. Lost revenue to leaks and improper billing for Europe's water utilities exceed more than US$10 billion annually.

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Bluefield's new 60-Slide Market Insight report breaks down this crucial water market issue- analyzing market drivers, utility benchmarks, utility and technology vendor strategies, and emerging solutions.

Complete Table of Contents and List of Exhibits. Sections include:

  • Market Drivers and Inhibitors for Leak Management
  • Utility Leak Management Strategies
  • Leakage Management Technology Vendor Strategies
  • Leakage Management Vendor Profiles


This Market Insight is available for one-time purchase or through our Europe Municipal Water Infrastructure Insight service.

Key Features

  • 60-slide Market Insight (PDF)
  • Strategic analysis of market drivers and inhibitors for leakage management
  • +30 utility company and vendor profiles
  • Analysis of impact of leakage on planned CAPEX for pipes, metering and information technology
  • Evaluation of smart solution technologies, key players, and winning strategies

Companies Mentioned

ABB, Antriebe GmbH, AYYEKA, Blue Gold Technology, Brodersen, DHI, Gutermann, Hitachi, HWM-Water, i2O, Lacroix SOFREL, Leif Koch, Metasphere, Miya, Mueller Co, Primayer, Pure Technologies, RPS Group, Schneider Electric, SebaKMT, Sewerin, Suez, Syrinix, TaKaDu, Technolog, Trimble, Utilis, Veolia, WRc

Table of Contents

LIST OF EXHIBITS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION 1 Market Drivers and Inhibitors for Leakage Management

  • Defining Non-Revenue Water and Leakage Segment Prioritization
  • Eastern, Southern Europe Most Challenged by Non- Revenue Water
  • EU Policies Show Lack of Standards for Leakage
  • Leakage Economics Drive Management Strategies
  • Europe Water CAPEX Forecast, 2016-2025
  • Water Balance and Non-Revenue Water Segment Breakdown
  • National Non-Revenue Water Rate (%)
  • Key Policy Developments Related to Leakage
  • Leakage Management Strategies (Inputs, Outputs, Examples of UK Utilities)
  • Total EU28 Water Asset Split CAPEX Forecast

SECTION 2 Utility Leakage Management Strategies

  • Utility Strategies Overview for Leakage Management
  • Utility Non-Revenue Water Varies Widely by City
  • NRW Depends on Utility Network Density
  • Utilities Lose over $10 Billion Annually to Non-Revenue Water
  • Utilities Operating at SELL: Ongoing Leakage Control
  • Utilities Below SELL: Major Upgrades for Improved Leakage Control
  • Utilities Target Sustainable Leakage Levels, Lowering Non-Revenue Water
  • Aging Pipes Pose Specific Leakage Challenges
  • Utilities Tackle Leakage Incrementally on Disperse Networks
  • Utility Planned CAPEX: Water Pipes Asset Split
  • District Metering Area Rollouts Key to Leakage Control
  • Utility Planned CAPEX: Metering Asset Split
  • Utility Planned CAPEX: Information Technology Asset Split
  • Key Leakage Projects and Awards, 2010-2016
  • Europe Utility Non-Revenue Water Ratio 2014/2015
  • Utility Network Length and Connection Density Overview, 2015
  • Non-Revenue Water Value by Utilities, 2015
  • Utilities (at SELL) Non-Revenue Water Current Levels vs Targets
  • Utilities (below Sell) Non-Revenue Water Current Levels vs Target
  • Value of Utilities Non-Revenue Water Above Current Targets
  • Pipe Material Split by Country and Indicative National Utility
  • Water Network Length (km) vs. Replacement rate (%)
  • Total 2016-2020 Water Pipes CAPEX Commitments
  • Key Utility District Metering Area (DMA) Implementations at YE-2015
  • Total 2016-2020 Metering CAPEX Commitments
  • Total 2016-2020 Information Technology CAPEX Commitments

SECTION 3 Leakage Management Technology Vendor Strategies

  • Diverse Vendors Address Utilities' Multiple Measures for Leakage Reduction
  • Separating Smart Leakage Solutions from Legacy Leakage Solutions
  • Smart Solution Player Positioning by Product Segment
  • Vendors Achieved Operational Savings Remain Highly Network Specific
  • Channels to Market Shape Vendor Positioning
  • Utility Vendor Relationships Across Europe Underscore Flexibility
  • Industry Specialists add Leakage Software Solutions and Software Offerings via M&A
  • Overview of Key Approaches and Players
  • Smart Leakage Solutions (Smart Attribute and Example Products)
  • Smart Solutions Players (Repair Optimization and Pressure Management)
  • Vendor-Achieved Operational Savings
  • Business Model, Market Entry and Growth Strategies
  • Recent M&A and Funding Activity Concerning Europe Leakage Management
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