Bluefield’s podcast series breaks down the biggest and smallest events signaling change and opportunity across the water landscape. The Future of Water is where we talk about all the ways in which companies, utilities, and people are addressing the challenges and opportunities in water. This is our chance to call out, question, and think about what is disrupting the water industry. Whether it’s municipal or industrial, vendor or utility, local, state or even globally focused, Bluefield's podcast is a source for critical insights. Bluefield’s team of water experts discuss a variety of topics impacting the future of water. We want to hear from you. Feel free to send topic ideas to email@example.com
Build America, Buy America: What Does It Mean for the Water Sector?
Bluefield’s Reese Tisdale, Eric Bindler, and Greg Goodwin discuss the Build America, Buy America Act and its implications for the water sector in the U.S. While designed to create an opportunity to increase domestic manufacturing, support the creation of jobs, and strengthen U.S. supply chains, it arrives at a time in which inflation and supply chain… Continue reading Build America, Buy America: What Does It Mean for the Water Sector?
Milestone Episode: Disruptors, Winners & Losers, and Trends in Water
In this milestone, 50th episode, the Bluefield team looks farther ahead to talk about global disruption, potential winners & losers, and critical trends shaping the future of water.
California Drought, Blackouts, and the End for Desalination?
Bluefield’s water experts discuss the mixed signals being received from California, in terms of drought, desalination, and the interconnection between water and power. This discussion identifies the challenges and opportunities for water management, using California as a potential bellwether for the U.S., if not the rest of the world.
Six Trends Shaping the Longer-Term Outlook for Water
Bluefield’s water experts discuss key trends shaping water infrastructure, investment, and strategies over the next three to five years, framing the longer-term market outlook for the water sector.
Is a Market for Residential Water Reuse Developing?
Reese Tisdale is joined by Bluefield Industrial Water Analyst Amber Walsh to discuss recent analysis on residential water management and reuse. A new group of firms, globally, are emerging to capture household greywater for non-potable applications. But they are also doing so through key, if not critical, partnerships. In this episode, Reese and Amber discuss… Continue reading Is a Market for Residential Water Reuse Developing?
Digital Water Trends and Market Review
2021 was a positive year for the water market, overall, with record levels of deals, but the digital water market saw mixed results in M&A and in the VC space. Bluefield discusses key trends that impacted digital water in 2021 and identifies opportunities expected for the year ahead. Although, supply chain disruptions, inflationary pressures, and… Continue reading Digital Water Trends and Market Review
Great water research. Great podcast.
Reese and the Bluefield team have such a broad and deep knowledge of the water markets and they make their insights accessible and relevant in this podcast. This podcast is on the top of my ‘must listen to’ list.
My source for all things water
Great podcast for those who want to stay on top of pressing water issues!
As a young professional in the water industry the team at Bluefield gives some valuable insights into all sectors of the industry! I personally work in Stormwater Management/municipal water and would love to hear more on that. Will definitely recommend to friends, Keep up the great work👍