Smart Water Grid, Water Quality Monitoring, Water Technology Innovations

Frost & Sullivan: Water and Energy Converging – Major Trends by 2020

Hi Water Quality and Water Security Bloggers,

A topic of recent interest, and being actively discussed on this blog, linkedin’s Water Security and Water Industry Process Automation and Control groups, as well as by market analysts is the Smart Water Network.

Here is another F&S presentation highlighting 3 key issues:

1) Issues of Water and Energy are Converging leading to Efficiency Improvements in the Water Network as a Driving Force for Technology

2)Smart Technology will redefine the market and become integral for Actionable Data Management, Advanced Process Automation and Control, and   Energy Efficiency

3) A technology convergence will lead 2 convergence of competition and a redefined value chain.

The BIG QUESTION is: How do we speed up concept to commerce of Smart Water technologies?


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3 thoughts on “Frost & Sullivan: Water and Energy Converging – Major Trends by 2020

  1. Hi Everyone,

    I found some interesting Case Studies from the Water Research Foundation that you all may find interesting:

    8/2/2011 Case Study: Ann Arbor Water Treatment Services, Michigan
    This case study by Ann Arbor Water Treatment Services illustrates energy savings strategies in the areas of water treatment, water distribution, and plant improvements. The case study is excerpted from project #4223, Energy Efficiency in the North American Water Supply: A Compendium of Best Practices and Case Studies.


    8/2/2011 Case Study: Tarrant Regional Water District
    Decision Support System for Sustainable Energy Management (project #4090) resulted in the development of a decision support system (DSS), Excel-based tool to help water utilities explore the results of implementing various energy management options. This pilot study with Tarrant Regional Water District, adapted from project #4090, illustrates one utility’s use of the tool.


    Hope this is useful. Enjoy!


    Posted by noahmorgenstern | January 3, 2012, 1:19 pm
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