Association Memberships

Association Memberships

In it together for the future of the industry

We’ve not only been busy innovating our way to world-leader status. We’ve been working hard to help shape, promote and advance the cables sector, for our collective future.

That’s why we’ve forged a number of strategic relationships with partners, competitors, and influencers in the industry. And that’s why we’re active in a number of strategic global trade associations.

When it comes to breakthroughs in sustainable energy and communications, collaboration increasingly takes centre stage. Prysmian Group is dedicated to playing its part.


Providing global technology leadership since 1991

Europacable is the voice of all leading wire and cable producers in Europe. In fact, members represent around 85% of the entire European cables market. Major global players in the sector are all members too, as are highly-specialised SMEs from across the continent.
The Europacable Industry Charter is an initiative of Europacable; As respected and responsible cable makers, signatories of the Charter acknowledge the need to meet the demands of business stakeholders, while at the same time defending the interests of their employees, their customers, the wider community and the environment. The Charter expresses a collective commitment to our shared principles and objectives of ethical, sustainable and high-quality cable development and manufacturing.

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Friends of the Supergrid (FOSG)

A dedicated team of European sustainable energy advocates

FOSG is on a mission to promote the development of an efficient, large-scale, pan-European electricity grid. One that distributes secure, cost-effective and renewable energy. It brings together technology companies specialising in electricity transmission systems, and those that develop, install, own and manage the related infrastructure.

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Promoting clean energy from the northern seas

The ability to harness resources generated by offshore wind farms in the North Sea represents an extraordinary opportunity for renewable energy in Europe. And the leading global operators in the energy sector are on-board to help realise its potential.


Interconnecting the Mediterranean

Created in 2010, this large renewable energy project aims to develop an electricity network between the north, south and east of the Mediterranean. A consortium of twenty-plus leading industrial groups are working together to harness the solar and wind energy from farms established in North Africa.

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Res4Med Res4Africa

RES4Med is part of the association Renewable Energy Solutions for the Mediterranean and Africa. RES4Med was initiated in 2012 as a leading platform for public-private dialogue in light of the renewable energy potential.

RES4Africa promotes the deployment of large-scale and decentralized renewable energy solutions in Sub-Saharan African markets to meet local energy needs for growth.

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Since the CharIN association’s inception in 2015, it is now 170 members strong and growing. As original equipment manufacturers continue the transition to CCS, they are covering all necessary requirements in the diverse e-Mobility ecosystem from bikes, passenger vehicles, buses and trucks, to other forms of transportation.


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Fibre to the Home (FTTH) Council

Creating a sustainable future is about more than the environment. It’s also about improving the economic health of communities and nations through access to communication and information.

This non-profit organisation seeks to boost the awareness and availability of fibre-based, ultra-high-speed access networks for consumers and businesses. And it does so largely through interacting with regulators, and developing sector-specific initiatives.

The Prysmian Group is a proud active member of the FTTH Council in Europe, North America, the Middle East, North Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.

Wind Europe:

European organisation that actively promotes wind energy throughout the old continent and across the world. The more than 450 members of Wind Europe, active in over 40 countries, represent the major players in the wind industry, such as wind turbine manufacturers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewable associations, developers, contractors, electric power suppliers, finance and insurance companies.

U.S. Green Building Council:

The U.S. Green Building Council is committed to a sustainable, prosperous future through LEED, the leading program for green buildings and communities worldwide.