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View: Germany's water industry is highly developed, evidenced through high drinking water andsewage network connection rates, significant investment and strict drinking water criteria. However, inorder to become a water powerhouse, Germany must improve its overall water quality. We see theimprovement of water quality as the final hurdle in the advancement of the German water sector.A significant amount of investment is poured into Germany's water sector, with its water supply and wastewater sectors receiving EUR2bn and EUR5bn per year respectively. Furthermore, the country benefits froma 99% drinking supply connectivity rate and a 96% sewage network connectivity rate. The population haveexcellent access to high quality drinking water which is subject to meeting strict criteria as set by theGerman Drinking Water Ordinance. Legislation introduced in 2013 decreased lead levels in tap waterwithin the country, however this is still a problem due to the existence of many old buildings with similarlyold pipe networks.
Industry View 7SWOT 10Water 10Political 12Economic 13Business Environment 14Industry Forecast 15Germany Water Forecast 15Water Extraction 17Table: Germany Water Extraction, 2011-2018 19Water Consumption 19Table: Germany Water Consumption, 2011-2018 21Water Treatment & Sanitation 22Industry Risk/Reward Ratings 24Germany Risk/Reward Ratings 24Table: Europe Water Risk/Reward Ratings 24Rewards 25Risks 25Market Overview 27Water Supply & Consumption 27Industrial & Agricultural Consumption 28Distribution 29Treatment & Sanitation 30Regulations & Tariffs 32Industry Trends And Developments 34Key Projects, Industry Trends And Developments 34Table: Germany - Key Water Projects 35Competitive Landscape 36Public Water Companies 36Regulators 36Centre For Advanced Water Research 37German Water Partnership 37Berliner Wasserbetriebe 38Gelsenwasser 38Global Industry Overview 39Latin America's Power Sector Will Be Largest Water Consumer 40Exports and Solar Power Will Reduce MENA Power Sector Water Consumption 41SSA Power Companies Face Water Consumption Crackdown Over Longer Term 42Public Opinion and Political Manoeuvring Will Increase Water Costs for Power Companies in Western Europe 43Desire for Independence Will Insulate CEE Power Companies For Now 44Shale Boom Will Reduce US Power Company Water Needs 45Demographic Forecast 46Table: Germany's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 47Table: Germany's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 48Table: Germany's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 49Table: Germany's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 49Methodology 50Industry Forecast Methodology 50Sources 52Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology 52Table: Water Risk/Reward Rating Indicators 53Table: Weighting of Indicators 55