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`Snapshot of the Indian Desalination Market - A promising segment to halt the alarming water crises in India` - Complimentary Analyst Briefing from Frost & Sullivan


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Mumbai - India -- The increasing population, shrinking per capita water availability, economic expansion, and industrial growth have led to a high demand for fresh water. Desalination has evolved as a viable water supply alternative, which allows tapping the largest water reservoir in the world - the ocean. The Desalination Market is in its development stage in India, with a share of 450,000-500,000 cubic meters per day, in comparison to other markets worldwide. Despite this, India has the potential to garner a much larger share of the global desalination capacity in the next 10 years.

The forthcoming complimentary Frost & Sullivan Webinar Analyst Briefing (AB) session titled, 'Snapshot of the Indian Desalination Market,' will be hosted by Saraswathi Gomathinayagam, Research Associate, Environment and Building Technologies Practice, South Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Frost & Sullivan. This briefing will be held on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 at 3:30 p.m. IST.

The Desalination Market in India is at an elementary stage of development. Keeping this in mind, the highlights of the Frost & Sullivan Analyst Briefing include: Analyses of Market Dynamics, Challenges and Issues, Current State of the Desalination Market, Water Demand, and Technology Trends.

How will this work:

Click on the 'Register Here' tab, given above. This will direct you to the launch page of the Webinar. Press on the 'Attend' button; this will register you for the AB. Once you have saved the HTML page, click on it and save the event to your Calendar page.

This Briefing will throw light on the Indian Desalination Market and will benefit wastewater equipment manufacturers, consultants, EPC contractors, component suppliers of pipes, pumps, water analytics, and private equity firms.

The Indian Desalination market, estimated at INR 7.05 billion in 2010, is a very organized market with stiff competition amongst the Tier 1 players. The growth of industrial desalination projects contracted was approximately 6 percent for the year 2010, and a steady growth is expected for the industrial segment. The growth of the municipal sector depends on the projects announced and executed by the respective state governments. Since desalination is technology-intensive, the end user has specific criteria before choosing the equipment and technology supplier. Cost, technology performance, services, operations and maintenance support, technology, reliability, and contractor relationships are few important factors considered by the end users.

'The Desalination Market is expected to grow dramatically in the next ten years. Competition is growing in the industrial segment, where low capacity desalination plants up to the order of 25,000 cubic meters per day are being installed in coastal power plants. Growth of desalination plants in the municipal sector in India is also expected to gain pace, if the state governments implement appropriate action plans by leveraging funding from the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM),' finds Saraswathi Gomathinayagam.

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