"India Water Desalination: Assessment, Opportunities & Forecast Up-to 2018" (Volume 2014) is Now Available with Tech Archival
Portland, OR, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Water desalination can be simply understood as a process of removing salt from water. It is obvious fact that humans cannot survive on salt water as it makes a person thirstier and eventually would make suffer from dehydration. Desalination techniques can efficiently remove salts, minerals from both saline and brackish water in order to produce purified water suitable for human consumption, as well as for irrigation and a range of industrial purposes.
The scarcity of fresh water resources has compelled governments and planning agencies to invest in enhancing desalination capacities to meet the soaring water demand. In the past, high costs of desalination technique (which was mostly due to intensive energy use) as well as industry-related environmental concerns have held back growth in the global water desalination market. Since the natural fresh water resources are either depleting or not available in many regions, the supply of clean water has become an essential priority. For that reason, desalination of seawater or mineralized groundwater is becoming a highly significant technology in today’s viscid environment. Seawater desalination is rapidly emerging as one of the foremost new sources of freshwater for the developed and some areas of the developing world.
Benefiting from this prevailing trend, the demand for desalinated water is strongly escalating in India. By 2013, India had more than 180 desalination plants with total desalination capacity exceeding 1.60 million cubic meters/day. A series of large scale investments have been made from both industrial and government sector and growth is likely to be first rate in the years to come.
‘India Water Desalination: Assessment, Opportunities & Forecast Up-to 2018’ projects that Indian water desalination market will continue its excellent growth as the annualized market value is forecast to reach more than US$ 1.30 billion by 2018.
Companies discussed include: Veolia Water, IDE Technologies, Degremont, GE Industrial, Siemens, Hyflux, Aquatech, VA Tech Wabag, Dow Chemical Company, Thermax, Pentair and Ion Exchange.To download a copy of this report or to browse report content, kindly click on this link
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