Water-Stocks.com, an investor and industry portal for the water sector, presents an investor podcast with Neil Berlant, Senior Vice President of Crowell, Weedon & Co.’s Water Group, on explosive growth surrounding desalination and infrastructure repair and water stocks positioned to benefit.
According to Neil Berlant, “Among the biggest growth areas that we will see over the next several years will come from desalination and the interconnected activities that come from membrane production, pump manufacturing, building desalination facilities and other related infrastructure. An explosively active market way beyond what we have ever seen before.”
In terms of looking at where the opportunities will be Berlant explains that “there will be a focus on companies building desalination plants and that would include companies such as ITT, GE, Siemens, and companies involved in membranes such as Dow Chemical and Dupont, as well as pipe, infrastructure and filtration companies.”
Compounding the urgency within the water industry, in addition to desalination issues there will be a serious shortage of infrastructure in municipalities. “There are documented estimates of as much as a trillion dollars of deferred capital spending necessary to upgrade the old infrastructure in the United States,” states Berlant.
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