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スマートインフラの新興市場:スマートウォーター

Emerging Markets Smart Infrastructure: Smart Water

発行 Northeast Group, LLC 商品コード 282145
出版日 ページ情報 英文 160 Pages
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スマートインフラの新興市場:スマートウォーター Emerging Markets Smart Infrastructure: Smart Water
出版日: 2013年09月13日 ページ情報: 英文 160 Pages
概要

本調査対象の新興市場諸国は、この10年間でスマートウォーターインフラを開発し始めると予測され、2023年までに累積資本支出で465億米ドルの市場可能性を生み出す見込みです。

当レポートでは、世界の新興市場72カ国におけるスマートウォーターインフラ市場について調査し、「水道の全費用」に基づいたスマートウォーターの節約の可能性を国別に測定しており、各国におけるウォーターユーティリティの政治・経済・技術的能力の評価および予測を提供し、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

調査手法

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 スマートウォーターの事例

第3章 スマートウォーター市場予測

第4章 世界のスマートウォーター展望

  • 水が乏しい諸国
  • 高無収水(NRW)諸国
  • 高消費諸国
  • 農業集約諸国
  • 地域別の概要

第5章 プロジェクト・ベンダー

  • 新興市場におけるスマートウォーターベンダー活動
  • 新興市場におけるスマートウォータープロジェクト

第6章 各国概要

  • 概要
  • アルバニア
  • アルジェリア
  • アルゼンチン
  • アルメニア
  • アゼルバイジャン
  • バーレーン
  • ベラルーシ
  • ボリビア
  • ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ
  • ブラジル
  • ブルガリア
  • ビルマ(ミャンマー)
  • カンボジア
  • チリ
  • 中国
  • コロンビア
  • クロアチア
  • チェコ共和国
  • エクアドル
  • エジプト
  • エストニア
  • グルジア
  • ガーナ
  • ハンガリー
  • インド
  • インドネシア
  • ヨルダン
  • カザフスタン
  • ケニア
  • クウェート
  • キルギスタン
  • ラオス
  • レバノン
  • リビア
  • リトアニア
  • マケドニア
  • マレーシア
  • メキシコ
  • モルドバ
  • モンテネグロ
  • モロッコ
  • オマーン
  • パラグアイ
  • ペルー
  • フィリピン
  • ポーランド
  • カタール
  • ルーマニア
  • ロシア
  • ルワンダ
  • サウジアラビア
  • セルビア
  • シンガポール
  • スロバキア
  • スロベニア
  • 南アフリカ
  • タジキスタン
  • タイ
  • チュニジア
  • トルコ
  • トルクメニスタン
  • ウガンダ
  • ウクライナ
  • UAE
  • ウルグアイ
  • ウズベキスタン
  • ベネズエラ
  • ベトナム
  • イエメン
  • ザンビア

第7章 結論

第8章 付録

図表

目次

Water scarcity is a growing problem across the globe, compounded by climate change and population growth. All signs indicate that this scarcity will only continue to grow more severe. Even as countries scramble to build water treatment and desalination plants and impose consumption restrictions, emerging market nations are still on average losing 38% of their water due to leaks from crumbling infrastructure and theft. A failure to accurately meter and bill water on a timely basis is another contributing factor. This lost water creates additional needs for costly treatment plants, increases the demand for energy from pumping stations, and puts added stress on already strained communities and environments. Meanwhile, lost revenue from this water only increases the need for government subsidies, which already are necessary to cover a significant portion of the costs of water in many countries.

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Smart water infrastructure will improve water sector efficiency by reducing leakage, waste, and theft. This smart water infrastructure includes smart water meters, smart water networks, smart irrigation, and advanced water software analytics used by utilities to improve their operations. These smart infrastructure components represent cost---effective solutions that have already been deployed in many regions across the globe and show enormous potential for growth in the coming decade. However, to---date smart water technologies have still been slow to be adopted, even in developed countries. The hurdles for smart water in emerging market countries are in many cases greater, but so are the opportunities.

This study covers the smart water infrastructure markets in 72 emerging market countries across Central & Eastern Europe, China, Eurasia, India, Latin America, the Middle East & North Africa, Southeast Asia, and Sub--- Saharan Africa. A key component of this study's methodology is the calculation of the savings potential in each country from smart water infrastructure based on the "full cost of water." The full cost of water is a metric that takes into account water scarcity, water---related energy and labor costs, as well as implicit and explicit subsidies not captured by existing tariffs. This study uses these savings potential numbers as well as assessments of the political, economic, and technical capacity of water utilities in each country to forecast the smart water markets in each country to 2023.

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Financing remains the key hurdle to smart water development in emerging market countries. Even with strong business cases, many of these countries are too poor to make such long---term investments without outside assistance. The ones that are capable are often reluctant to do so due to a lack of awareness and a tendency towards inaction. But with infrastructure aging and scarcity growing more severe, inaction is no longer an option and the case for smart water is simply too compelling to ignore. All emerging market countries covered in this study will begin to explore smart water infrastructure in this decade, creating a total market potential of $46.5 billion in cumulative capital expenditure by 2023.

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Emerging Markets Smart Infrastructure: Smart Water includes a global overview section with over 60 tables and charts. The study highlights 35 leading smart water projects across all emerging market regions. This study also includes market forecasts for the smart water metering, smart water networks, smart irrigation, and water software analytics sectors for each of the 72 emerging market countries. In the study, after the global overview section, each country is profiled in a dashboard format that covers the key water metrics and forecast in the country.

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Key questions answered in this study:

  • How large will the smart water market in emerging markets become over the next decade?
  • Which countries stand to achieve the most benefits through smart water deployments?
  • In which countries are current water tariffs failing to achieve cost recovery?
  • Where are the major smart water projects and who are the major vendors?
  • Which countries will focus on AMI, AMR, smart water networks, and software analytics to reduce leakage?
  • What is the role of smart irrigation in emerging markets?

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Table of Contents

i. Executive Summary

ii. Methodology

1. Introduction

  • 1.1 What does smart water infrastructure entail?
  • 1.2 Smart water within the larger smart infrastructure landscape

2. The case for smart water

  • 2.1 The full cost of water
  • 2.2 Smart water networks business case
  • 2.3 Smart water metering business case
  • 2.4 The case for smart irrigation
  • 2.5 Hurdles to smart water deployments

3. Smart water market forecast

4. Global outlook for smart water

  • 4.1 Water scarce countries
  • 4.2 High non---revenue water (NRW) countries
  • 4.3 High consumption countries
  • 4.4 Agriculturally intensive countries
  • 4.5 Regional overviews

5. Projects and vendors

  • 5.1 Smart water vendors active in emerging markets
  • 5.2 Smart water projects in emerging markets

6. Country snapshots

  • 6.1 Snapshot overview
  • 6.2 Albania
  • 6.3 Algeria
  • 6.4 Argentina
  • 6.5 Armenia
  • 6.6 Azerbaijan
  • 6.7 Bahrain
  • 6.8 Belarus
  • 6.9 Bolivia
  • 6.10 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 6.11 Brazil
  • 6.12 Bulgaria
  • 6.13 Burma (Myanmar)
  • 6.14 Cambodia
  • 6.15 Chile
  • 6.16 China
  • 6.17 Colombia
  • 6.18 Croatia
  • 6.19 Czech Republic
  • 6.20 Ecuador
  • 6.21 Egypt
  • 6.22 Estonia
  • 6.23 Georgia
  • 6.24 Ghana
  • 6.25 Hungary
  • 6.26 India
  • 6.27 Indonesia
  • 6.28 Jordan
  • 6.29 Kazakhstan
  • 6.30 Kenya
  • 6.31 Kuwait
  • 6.32 Kyrgyzstan
  • 6.33 Laos
  • 6.34 Latvia
  • 6.35 Lebanon
  • 6.36 Libya
  • 6.37 Lithuania
  • 6.38 Macedonia
  • 6.39 Malaysia
  • 6.40 Mexico
  • 6.41 Moldova
  • 6.42 Montenegro
  • 6.43 Morocco
  • 6.44 Oman
  • 6.45 Paraguay
  • 6.46 Peru
  • 6.47 Philippines
  • 6.48 Poland
  • 6.49 Qatar
  • 6.50 Romania
  • 6.51 Russia
  • 6.52 Rwanda
  • 6.53 Saudi Arabia
  • 6.54 Serbia
  • 6.55 Singapore
  • 6.56 Slovakia
  • 6.57 Slovenia
  • 6.58 South Africa
  • 6.59 Tajikistan
  • 6.60 Tanzania
  • 6.61 Thailand
  • 6.62 Tunisia
  • 6.63 Turkey
  • 6.64 Turkmenistan
  • 6.65 Uganda
  • 6.66 Ukraine
  • 6.67 United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  • 6.68 Uruguay
  • 6.69 Uzbekistan
  • 6.70 Venezuela
  • 6.71 Vietnam
  • 6.72 Yemen
  • 6.73 Zambia

7. Conclusion

  • 7.1 The next steps

8. Appendix

  • 8.1 List of abbreviations
  • 8.2 List of companies mentioned in this report

List of Figures, Boxes, and Tables

  • Emerging markets smart water: key takeaways
  • Figure 1.1: Smart water value chain
  • Figure 1.2: Water supply chain
  • Figure 1.3: Five layers of smart water networks
  • Figure 1.4: Metering in emerging markets
  • Table 1.1: Benefits of different water metering technologies
  • Figure 1.5: Smart infrastructure overview
  • Figure 2.1: Current tariffs and full cost of water
  • Figure 2.2: Calculating the full cost of water
  • Figure 2.3: Annual per---household savings from smart water networks
  • Figure 2.4: Smart water networks savings example: Oman
  • Figure 2.5: Annual per---household smart water network savings at different water prices
  • Figure 2.6: Annual per---household savings from smart water metering
  • Figure 2.7: Smart water metering savings example: Oman
  • Figure 2.8: Annual smart meter savings examples in Oman
  • Table 3.1: Emerging markets smart water forecast (by country)
  • Figure 3.1: Cumulative smart water deployments in emerging markets (by country)
  • Table 3.2: Emerging markets smart water forecast (by segment)
  • Figure 3.2: Cumulative smart water deployments in emerging markets (by segment)
  • Figure 4.1: Water scarcity
  • Figure 4.2: Countries with NRW rates above 40%
  • Figure 4.3: High NRW and electricity loss countries
  • Figure 4.4: Correlation between NRW and power distribution losses
  • Figure 4.5: Countries with per---capita water consumption above 700 m3/person/year
  • Figure 4.6: Countries with highest % of water used for agriculture
  • Figure 4.7: Water scarcity and NRW in emerging markets
  • Figure 4.8: Water consumption in terms of income
  • Figure 4.9: NRW by region (weighted average)
  • Table 4.1: Central & Eastern Europe smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.10: Cumulative smart water deployments in Central & Eastern Europe
  • Figure 4.11: Combined annual savings from smart water by region
  • Table 4.2: Eurasia smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.12: Eurasia smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.13: Cumulative smart water deployments in Latin America
  • Table 4.3: Latin America smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.14: Water scarcity by region (weighted average)
  • Table 4.4: Middle East & North Africa smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.15: Cumulative smart water deployments in Middle East & North Africa
  • Table 4.5: Southeast Asia smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.16: Cumulative smart water deployments in Southeast Asia
  • Figure 4.17: % water used in agriculture by region
  • Figure 4.18: Savings from smart water per income level by region
  • Table 4.6: Sub---Saharan Africa smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.19: Cumulative smart water deployments in Sub---Saharan Africa
  • Table 4.7: China smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.20: Cumulative smart water deployments in China
  • Table 4.8: India smart water forecast
  • Figure 4.21: Cumulative smart water deployments in India
  • Table 5.1: Smart water vendors by region
  • Table 5.2: Smart water metering vendors
  • Table 5.3: Smart water networking vendors
  • Table 5.4: Smart water irrigation vendors
  • Table 5.5: Smart water analytics vendors
  • Table 5.6: Smart water services vendors
  • Figure 5.1: No Table smart water projects (and vendors) in emerging markets
  • Table 6.1: The next steps and necessary actions
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