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EPIA proposes two types of membership:

  • Full Members are legal entities or their divisions or branches, operating within the photovoltaic industry sector and having a place of business in Europe

  • Associate Members are legal entities which are interested in the photovoltaic field. There are two different groups of Associate Members:

    • Associate Members - Group A: Legal entities, on condition that they are interested in the photovoltaic field but not operating within the photovoltaic sector, meaning no turnover in PV, and that their nature of business or their company falls into one of the following categories: Consultants, Financial institutions, Investment groups, Law firms, Municipalities, and Utilities

    • Associate Members - Group B: National associations which are engaged in the PV sector, International associations which are engaged in the PV sector, Event organisers, Research Organisations, and Government Institutions


HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The annual membership fee of each individual member will be determined on the basis of its most recently available global turnover related to photovoltaics (Full Members) or of its most recently available annual global turnover (Associate Members). They start from as low as 5,000 €/year for full membership and 1,000 €/year for associate membership, depending under which category the applicant falls.

Click here to see the membership application form including the membership fees, as well as the membership terms & conditions.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

For any questions, e-mail or call Myrto Papoutsi: m.papoutsi@epia.org, +32 2 400 17 81.

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