Chinese Market For Smart Water Grid Is Anticipated To Grow At A CAGR Of 18.9% Through 2032

China smart water grid is expected to witness prolific growth at a CAGR of 18.9% between 2022 to 2032, as per the report. Burgeoning development of advanced technology to improve the quality of life and expansion of utilities sector in China is the primary factor augmenting the demand.

Some of the cutting-edge features in smart water grid that are anticipated to drive the market include demand prediction, real-time sensing, quality monitoring, ease of detecting leaks and bursts, support for planning and operations, and assistance in reducing water loss.

In order to save money and reduce their carbon footprint, water utilities are automating, controlling, automating, designing, and other aspects of their operations. The growing emphasis on integrating smart water grid with information and communication technologies has led to remote maintenance, monitoring, and tracking.

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Increasing emphasis on improving water management and supply, developing accurate billing methods, and reconstruction of old water infrastructure are some of the factors contributing to the growth of the smart water grid market.

Municipalities in various countries are focusing on implementing smart water grid technology, which can provide information and communication technologies in a single smart water management scheme, increasing efficiency. The market for smart water grid is also being driven by increased investment in repairing old water infrastructure and improving water distribution systems.

Key Highlights on the Global Smart Water Grid Market

The global market for smart water grid is segmented on the basis of application, technology, and region. On the basis of region, North America is expected to remain dominant in the global market for smart water grid throughout the forecast period 2017-2026. Owing to the advancement in technologies, increasing initiatives by the government to improve water infrastructure and stringent regulations, North America is witnessing a significant growth in the smart water grid market.

Meanwhile, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ) and Europe are also likely to witness the growth in the market during 2022-to 2032. Due to the increasing demand for new installations for water supply, and the increasing awareness about using smart water grid in order to conserve the limited fresh water are fueling the growth in APEJ. While, Europe is witnessing rise in the water infrastructure development and strong government support, thereby resulting in the increasing deployment of smart water grid.

On the basis of technology, the market is segmented into design & engineering, ICT & analytical software, smart infrastructure, and control & automation. Among these, smart infrastructure is expected to witness the highest growth in the global market for smart water grid. By the end of 2026, smart infrastructure is projected to exceed US$ 2,200 million revenue.

Based on the application, the market segment consists of commercial, residential, and utility. Smart water grid is expected to find the largest application in the utility segment. By 2026 end, utility is estimated to bring in nearly US$ 24,900 million revenue. Meanwhile, commercial segment is also likely to witness robust growth in the global market for smart water grid.

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Key Players Competing to Sustain in the Market

Siemens AG, Itron Inc., Sensus Worldwide Holdings Ltd., Badger Meter, Inc., Neptune Technology Group Inc., Schneider Electric, Toshiba Corporation, The Whitmore Group Arqiva, Wetsus, ABB Group, ICT, co., Ltd., Prezi Inc., and Xinapse Systems Ltd., are some of the key players operating in the global smart water grid market.

Market Taxonomy


  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Japan
  • APEJ
  • MEA


  • Smart Infrastructure
  • Control & Automation
  • ICT & Analytical Software
  • Design & Engineering


  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Utility