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United States Desalination Market Report 2020-2021 & 2027 - Focus on Florida California, Texas, North Carolina, Iowa, Illinois, Arizona -

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DUBLIN, July 28, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "United States Desalination Market Forecast by States (Florida, California, Texas, Iowa, and Others), Technology, Application, Company Analysis" report has been added to's offering.

United States Desalination Market will be US$ 3.2 Billion by 2027 from US$ 1.8 Million in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 8.57%

In the United States, the scarcity of freshwater reserves coupled with the rising demand for water in California, Florida, and Texas (the leading states on the United States desalination market). As these areas lack of sources of surface water such as lakes and rivers, has resulted in augmenting the number of desalination plants in this region.

Technological Advancement

In addition, rising advancements in desalination technologies are propelling the demand for desalination equipment market. Therefore, water and energy nexus implications are integral to the feasibility of developing seawater and brackish water in the United States.

As the nation's population grows and industrial development expands, the United States domestic need for reliable water supplies becomes increasingly critical. As Municipal, industrial, and others demand for freshwater increases, the quality and availability of traditional water sources continue to decline, while the cost of developing new supplies continues to rise.

Industries in the United States has increased the use of membrane technology to remove impurities in the water used in their operations, remove potentially toxic contaminants in their effluent, and produce ultrapure water. Novel desalination technologies, such as Reverse osmosis and Multi-stage filtration expand their role in addressing industrial desalination needs in the United States.

The demand for reverse osmosis technology in the United States is expected to grow owing to its properties such as low installation cost, ability to treat all types of feed water, easy processing and low use of chemicals.

United States Desalination Projects

In Mexico's northeast region with long-running drought problem. At a combined investment of 12.8 Billion pesos (US$ 555 Million), the projects were unveiled in 2020 when the government and the private sector presented the national infrastructure program (PNI).

In 2020, Playas de Rosarito desalination plant in Baja California, 10.6 Billion pesos (capex)

In 2021, LOS CABOS desalination plant in Baja California Sur, 1.1 Billion pesos (capex)

In 2021, PUERTO PENASCO desalination plant in Sonora, 152 Million (capex)

The desalination system market is extremely fragmented, as the market is divided among several companies. Some of the major companies of the market include Acciona, S.A., Veolia, SUEZ, Abengoa, Ferrovial, S.A. In addition, market players are involved in continuous research and development for optimizing desalination technology solutions.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Research & Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics

4.1 Growth Drivers

4.2 Challenges

5. United States Desalination Market

6. Market Share Analysis

6.1.1 By Technology

6.1.2 By Application

6.1.3 By United States

7. Technology - United States Desalination Market

7.1 Reverse Osmosis

7.2 Multi-Stage Filtration

7.3 Multi-Effect Distillation

7.4 Others

8. Application - United States Desalination Market

8.1 Municipal

8.2 Industrial

8.3 Others

9. United States - United States Desalination Market

9.1 Florida

9.2 California

9.3 Texas

9.4 North Carolina

9.5 Iowa

9.6 Illinois

9.7 Arizona

9.8 Others

10. Company Analysis

10.1 Acciona, S.A.

10.1.1 Overview

10.1.2 Recent Development

10.1.3 Revenue Analysis

10.2 Veolia

10.3 SUEZ

10.4 Abengoa

10.5 Ferrovial, S.A.

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