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アジア太平洋における都市水道インフラ市場の機会:2019年

Advanced Opportunities in the Urban Water Infrastructure Market in APAC, 2019

出版日: | 発行: Frost & Sullivan | ページ情報: 英文 119 Pages | 納期: 即日から翌営業日

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アジア太平洋における都市水道インフラ市場の機会:2019年
出版日: 2019年12月09日
発行: Frost & Sullivan
ページ情報: 英文 119 Pages
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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都市水道インフラ (UWI) 市場の概要について考察した上で、アジア太平洋地域全体のUWI市場ダイナミクスを捉え、そこからさらに、東南アジア4か国、東アジア2か国、オセアニア、インドという各地域市場の動向を分析します。最後に、成長機会・推奨行動等の提言で締めくくるという構成となっております。
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概要

急速な都市化、人口の増加、および効率化の要求は都市水道インフラを改善するニーズを促進しています。

当レポートでは、アジア太平洋における都市水道インフラ市場について調査し、市場の概要、市場のダイナミクス、地域および主要国における市場動向、および成長機会などを分析しています。

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調査範囲

都市水道インフラ (UWI) 市場の概要

  • UWIシステム
  • 市場のバリューチェーン
  • 市場のバリューチェーン:議論
  • 都市部の人口増加・都市化の概要
  • GDP成長率・都市化率に関するアジア太平洋諸国のポジション
  • スマートウォーターグリッド展開にとって好ましい主な動向
  • スマートウォーターインフラ資金イニシアチブ

アジア太平洋のUWI市場ダイナミクス

  • 水ストレスはUWIを更に最適化するニーズを刺激
  • スマートシティは高度な水道インフラの機会を提供
  • 技術革新は省エネをもたらし、環境的に持続可能なシステムは水道資産のデジタル化を促進
  • 十分な貯蔵地の不足はインフラの開発を遅らせる
  • 地域の地政学および市場不確実性の結果
  • 高度技術に関連したデメリットは水道インフラへの支出を阻む

地域の動向 - 東南アジア:シンガポール

  • シンガポール公益事業庁 (PUB)
  • 水供給への総合的アプローチ
  • SMART Singapore
  • ケーススタディ:水管理
  • 将来の可能性

地域の動向 - 東南アジア:マレーシア

  • UWI:現況
  • イニシアチブ・計画
  • 産業の総合的改良
  • ケーススタディ:NRWを削減するための官民連携 (PPP)
  • 将来の可能性

地域の動向 - 東南アジア:フィリピン

地域の動向 - 東南アジア:タイ

地域の動向 - 東南アジア:ベトナム

地域の動向 - 東南アジア:インドネシア

地域の動向 - 東アジア:日本

地域の動向 - 東アジア:韓国

地域の動向 - オセアニア:オーストラリア

地域の動向 - オセアニア:ニュージーランド

地域の動向 - インド

成長機会・C2A (推奨行動)

  • 成長機会1:ICTソリューションおよびビジネスプロセスのインテグレーションとコンバージェンス
  • 成長機会2:消費者インフラにおけるスマートデバイスの利用を促進するための付加価値サービス
  • 成功・成長の戦略インペラティブ

結論

付録

目次
Product Code: PA43-15

Rapid Urbanization, Increasing Population, and Efficiency Requirements are Driving the Need for Improvement in Urban Water Infrastructure

Urban water infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is witnessing enormous investments in order to cater to the needs of the growing population and to address the challenges posed by rapid urbanization, and climate change.

Key investments in the region are towards replacement of old pipes, expansion of existing pipe network, water treatment, water reclamation, storm water harvesting, quake resilience, development of smart water grids and improving consumer infrastructure.

Climate change policies and the UN's Sustainable Development Goal of universal access to clean drinking water and sanitation are encouraging APAC countries (and others globally as well) to invest in developing adequate infrastructure and provide sanitation facilities for their citizens.

Aging infrastructure in most of the countries presents yet another avenue for investments and market entry.

Developed nations within the region are shifting towards complete digitalization of water assets and establishing smart water grids, while developing nations are more focused on building the necessary infrastructure to provide safe and reliable drinking water and sanitation facilities.

With smart cities being a new focus across APAC, many new advanced infrastructure development opportunities have arisen or are expected to come up in the coming years. As a result, advanced water infrastructure such as membrane technology-based water/wastewater treatment, improved energy efficiency, smart metering, data analytics and predictive/preventive systems are seeing increased acceptance within the region. Furthermore, digital water sets the foundation for the application of data science and augmented intelligence techniques to business problems which will enable accurate real-time monitoring and quality control of water assets.

On the other hand, the water sector in APAC is underfunded and is highly dependent on official development assistance (ODA) funding and FDI to propel development and growth. For example, the massive Chinese water market has more than 10% of its projects funded by FDIs. Nonetheless, investors are especially cautious about investing in essential infrastructure sectors such as water and power since these projects are often the first to face citizen backlash and, consequent, heavy-handed government action. Another major deterrent of digitalization of any sector in general is the loss of jobs - utilities that are protective of their human assets may think twice even when the benefits outweigh the costs of digitalization in order to protect jobs.

Key growth opportunities in this market would be the need for integration and convergence of ICT solutions and business processes and value-add services to promote the use of smart devices in consumer infrastructure. Countries covered in this study include India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Highlights-2019
  • Top 5 Predictions-2020

Research Scope

  • Scope of the Study
  • Definitions

Urban Water Infrastructure Market Overview

  • UWI System
  • UWI System (continued)
  • Market Value Chain
  • Market Value Chain-Discussion
  • Overview of Urban Population Growth and Urbanization
  • Position of APAC Countries in terms of GDP Growth and Urbanization Rate
  • Key Trends Favoring Smart Water Grid Deployment
  • Smart Water Infrastructure Funding Initiatives

APAC UWI Market Dynamics

  • Water Stress Stimulates the Need for More Optimized UWI
  • Smart City Provides Opportunity for Advanced Water Infrastructure
  • Technological Innovation Leading to Energy Efficient and Environmentally Sustainable Systems Promotes Digitalization of Water Assets
  • Lack of Adequate Reserves Delays the Development of Infrastructure
  • Regional Geopolitics and Resultant Market Uncertainty
  • Disadvantages Associated with Advanced Technologies Deter Expenditure on Water Infrastructure

Regional Trends-Southeast Asia: Singapore

  • Public Utilities Board (PUB)
  • Holistic Approach to Water Supply
  • SMART Singapore
  • SMART Singapore (continued)
  • Case Study-Water Management
  • Singapore-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Southeast Asia: Malaysia

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Initiatives and Plans (continued)
  • Holistic Revamp of the Industry
  • Case Study-Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to Reduce NRW
  • Malaysia-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Southeast Asia: The Philippines

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Increased Coverage
  • Case Study-PPP to Gain Efficiencies
  • Case Study-PPP to Gain Efficiencies (continued)
  • The Philippines-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Southeast Asia: Thailand

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Expansion of Pipe Network
  • Case Study-PBCs to Gain Efficiencies
  • Thailand-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Southeast Asia: Vietnam

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Improved Efficiency and Expansion of Pipe Network
  • Case Study-Private Sector Partnership in a Strongly Centralized Economy
  • Vietnam-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Southeast Asia: Indonesia

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Expansion of Pipe Network
  • Case Study-PPP in Jakarta: Key Points of Success or Failure
  • Indonesia-Future Potential

Regional Trends-East Asia: Japan

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Rehabilitation of Existing Network
  • Case Study-Tokyo Waterworks PPP for Customer Services
  • Japan-Future Potential

Regional Trends-East Asia: South Korea

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Building a Sustainable and Smart Water Infrastructure
  • Case Study- South Korea's Water Challenges and How It has been Meeting Them
  • South Korea-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Oceania: Australia

  • UWI-Current Status
  • UWI-Current Status (continued)
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Initiatives and Plans (continued)
  • Rehabilitation of Existing Infrastructure
  • Case Study-PPP in Building the Desalination Plant in Victoria
  • Australia-Future Potential

Regional Trends-Oceania: New Zealand

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Rehabilitation of Existing Infrastructure
  • Case Study-PPP in Infrastructure Projects in New Zealand
  • New Zealand-Future Potential

Regional Trends-India

  • UWI-Current Status
  • Initiatives and Plans
  • Building Water Infrastructure
  • Case Study-24/7 Water Supply, with the First PPP in Karnataka
  • India-Future Potential

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Integration and Convergence of ICT Solutions and Business Processes
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Value-add Services to Promote the Use of Smart Devices in Consumer Infrastructure
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Conclusion

  • The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer

Appendix

  • List of Exhibits
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)

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