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The water and wastewater industry faces a host of challenges – from aging infrastructure and insufficient funding to difficulties attracting and retaining top talent.
These difficult, but interdependent, issues require holistic solutions tailored to the individual organizational environment.
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As an illustration of our commitment, we have created the U.S. Water Industry Outlook, a survey of the sector that we started releasing in 2012. We are very proud of our contribution to the debate on the future of water, and our role as trusted advisors to companies in this critical sector throughout the nation and across the world.

 

 

  The Mazars USA 2019 US Water Industry Outlook
  We are extremely pleased to announce the release of the Mazars 2019 U.S. Water Industry Outlook.

In this year’s outlook, we continue to provide our perspective on key topics surrounding operations, finance, and future trends. In a continuous effort to improve this publication and increase its value, we have focused the operations section on big data and data analytics.

We are pleased to continue contributing to the ongoing discussion of how to best address the water industry’s challenges, and providing education surrounding this field.

 

 


 

  The Mazars USA 2017 US Water Industry Outlook
  In the fourth edition of the Outlook, we focused on energy efficiency programs and cybersecurity. Energy efficiency is considered key to improving service and securing the industry’s future, while an increasingly large number of water suppliers are realizing their vulnerability to cyber attacks. We also present insight into the perspectives of water professionals and stakeholders from both an operational and financial perspective, including identifying future industry trends, especially around addressing scarcity issues and fixing aging infrastructure.

We are pleased to continue contributing to the ongoing water debate and providing education surrounding this field..

 

 


 

  The Mazars USA 2015 Water Industry Outlook
  This year’s Outlook, the third since 2012, provides an overall picture of the water industry from an operational and financial perspective, as well as identifying future trends.

Key Findings Include:

    • The water industry is increasingly technology focused, viewing technology and innovation as the means to address its challenges.
    • Tariff increases drove growth, with technical expertise and competitive pricing being significant success factors.
    • The majority of respondents said that the rate approval process needs to be simplified and that financing was readily available and accessible.
    • The top rated industry trends were privatization, partnerships, and acquisitions.
 

  The Mazars USA 2012 Water Industry Outlook
  We are proud to introduce our first Water Outlook, where we focus on operations, financial results, trends in operating costs, capital expenditures and the elements impacting  the future of the water industry. While the survey is geared toward larger companies in the water utilities sector and their regulators, we trust that smaller utilities will also find this information useful. We hope that this survey is a step towards building the conversation among financial professionals in the industry and that you find it informative, pertinent and thought-provoking.
 
Jerome Devillers | Partner
  212.375.6866
  Jerome.Devillers@mazarsusa.com
  Detailed profile

 

 
 
 

 

This year’s Outlook, the third since 2012, provides an overall picture of the water industry from an operational and financial perspective, as well as identifying future trends.

Key Findings Include:

    • The water industry is increasingly technology focused, viewing technology and innovation as the means to address its challenges.
    • Tariff increases drove growth, with technical expertise and competitive pricing being significant success factors.
    • The majority of respondents said that the rate approval process needs to be simplified and that financing was readily available and accessible.
    • The top rated industry trends were privatization, partnerships, and acquisitions.

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The water and wastewater industry faces a host of challenges – from aging infrastructure and insufficient funding to difficulties attracting and retaining top talent.
These difficult, but interdependent, issues require holistic solutions tailored to the individual organizational environment.

As an illustration of our commitment, we have created the U.S. Water Industry Outlook, a survey of the sector that we started releasing in 2012. 
We are very proud of our contribution to the debate on the future of water, and our role as trusted advisors to companies in this critical sector throughout the nation and across the world.

  The Mazars USA 2019 US Water Industry Outlook
  We are extremely pleased to announce the release of the Mazars 2019 U.S. Water Industry Outlook.

In this year’s outlook, we continue to provide our perspective on key topics surrounding operations, finance, and future trends. In a continuous effort to improve this publication and increase its value, we have focused the operations section on big data and data analytics.

We are pleased to continue contributing to the ongoing discussion of how to best address the water industry’s challenges, and providing education surrounding this field.

 
  The Mazars USA 2017 US Water Industry Outlook
  In the fourth edition of the Outlook, we focused on energy efficiency programs and cybersecurity. Energy efficiency is considered key to improving service and securing the industry’s future, while an increasingly large number of water suppliers are realizing their vulnerability to cyber attacks. We also present insight into the perspectives of water professionals and stakeholders from both an operational and financial perspective, including identifying future industry trends, especially around addressing scarcity issues and fixing aging infrastructure.

We are pleased to continue contributing to the ongoing water debate and providing education surrounding this field..

 

  The Mazars USA 2015 Water Industry Outlook
  This year’s Outlook, the third since 2012, provides an overall picture of the water industry from an operational and financial perspective, as well as identifying future trends.

Key Findings Include:

    • The water industry is increasingly technology focused, viewing technology and innovation as the means to address its challenges.
    • Tariff increases drove growth, with technical expertise and competitive pricing being significant success factors.
    • The majority of respondents said that the rate approval process needs to be simplified and that financing was readily available and accessible.
    • The top rated industry trends were privatization, partnerships, and acquisitions.
 

 

  The Mazars USA 2012 Water Industry Outlook
  We are proud to introduce our first Water Outlook, where we focus on operations, financial results, trends in operating costs, capital expenditures and the elements impacting  the future of the water industry. While the survey is geared toward larger companies in the water utilities sector and their regulators, we trust that smaller utilities will also find this information useful. We hope that this survey is a step towards building the conversation among financial professionals in the industry and that you find it informative, pertinent and thought-provoking.
 
Jerome Devillers | Partner
  212.375.6866
  Jerome.Devillers@mazarsusa.com
  Detailed profile