With Brussels in the midst of a multi-year renewal cycle of EU water rules aiming to push Europe’s water infrastructure to new levels of performance, standards are more than ever the driving force for investments in the region. Individual countries have stepped up as well, with some looking to treat emerging pollutants in wastewater streams or bolster phosphorus recycling from sewage sludge. Join the GWI Network to explore the opportunities arising from Europe’s regulatory drive, in and out of the EU, and understand how the various rules and regulatory regimes shape many of the region’s national markets.
The market for private sector water and wastewater concessions in Brazil is red hot right now, with new legislation supporting a front-loaded investment programme aimed at universalising sanitation services by 2033, at a cost of $125 billion. GWI is hosting an interactive virtual meeting with key players in the country to help you unlock the potential of this lucrative market. A panel discussion with state-owned and private water operators, national development bank BNDES, and representatives from the legal community will guide you through the opportunities and pitfalls, and will be followed by a networking session so you can make the contacts you need to get ahead.
Panel Discussion & Roundtables