With the passage of time, the development and urbanization of the society led to a shortfall of fresh water in Germany. Being the second largest country in the European Union after Russia, Germany still has major water resources to its credit satisfying the thirst of majority of its population. However, the devil has begun to raise his head which is quite evident from the increasing use of the already stretched out water resources. Here comes the chance of desalination to make its presence felt in the water market of Germany.
According to “Germany Water Desalination Plants Market
Forecast & Opportunities, 2017” increasing population,industrializati
and demand for fresh water has been driving Germany desalination market, which is all set to grow further at the compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11% for next five years. Regionally, North Rhine-Westphalia accounted for the maximum desalination plant till 2011. The German market has major contribution of Reverse Osmosis technology but in coming years MED is expected to witness faster growth due to increasing industrial desalination plants. Again, the enlargement of desalination plants is anticipated by large municipal plants as well as power plants through 2017. country reports