Global Water Metering Market Dataset 2015 - Forecasts to 2025 for the $6.6 Billion Market

May 19, 2015, 08:59 ET from Research and Markets

DUBLIN, May 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/cb3vxh/global_water) has announced the addition of the "Global Water Metering Market Dataset (2015 - 2025) " report to their offering.

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The global water metering market currently represents $2.8 billion in annual spending. The market includes legacy meters, one-way communicating AMR meters, two-way communicating AMI meters, commercial meters and industrial meters. The annual water metering market will grow to $6.6 billion by 2025, driven primarily by growth in the higher value AMI segment. This dataset of over 30,000 data points draws on primary research and a bottom-up analysis, covering 125 individual countries that comprise more than 98% of the global market.

This dataset was compiled from primary sources. Northeast Group compiled primary sources from each of the 125 countries in order to build a bottom-up analysis of the global market. This ensures that the data is not a top-down estimate, compiled on a regional or global basis, but rather a country-by-country and segment-by-segment analysis that provides a detailed and exhaustive picture of the global market.

The data is broken down into five primary segments, including both annual and cumulative data for each country:

- Residential AMI meters;
- Residential AMR meters;
- Residential legacy meters;
- Commercial meters; and
- Industrial meters

Forecasts to 2025:

It has been projected that the water metering market out to 2025 for each of the 125 countries and for each segment of the market. These forecasts are compiled from primary source data run through proprietary forecasting models.

The dataset is compiled in Excel, allowing for easy data manipulation and customization by clients. An executive summary 29-slide PowerPoint presentation is also included as part of the research package.

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