Power Sources Manufacturers Association
Since its founding in 1985, the Power Sources Manufacturers Association has strived to advance the interests of our industry through educational programs, technical forums, networking, conference sponsorship, and publications.
Center for Power Electronics Systems
The CPES industrial consortium offers the ideal forum for networking with leading-edge companies and top-notch researchers and provides the best mechanism to stay abreast of technological developments in power electronics. The consortium’s multi-tiered structure is designed to meet the varying needs of power electronics industries.
European Center for Power Electronics
Industrial and research network for Power Electronics in Europe to support the common objectives in research, education and public relations.
Global Semiconductor Alliance
The GSA is committed to providing its members with unique, compelling, and tangible benefits. Its value proposition is strong and has attracted an impressive membership base and solid ROI for its leaders. GSA has received many accolades for its role and contributions to the semiconductor world.
Advancing Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride Technologies
Power America brings together the brightest minds in the wide bandgap (WBG) semiconductor world. Semiconductor manufacturers and the companies that use power semiconductors in their products are working together to accelerate the adoption of next generation silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) power electronics.
Israel Chamber of Commerce in China
IsCham strives to promote Israeli businesses in China and to serve Israeli companies and individuals – whether they are already conducting business in China or wish to take their first steps in this important market. IsCham was launched during the Olympic games in August 2008, by the Israeli President, his Excellency Mr. Shimon Peres. Though a non-governmental organization, IsCham works in collaboration with the Israeli embassy in Beijing and enjoys the full support of the Israeli Ambassador, Mr. Zvi Heifetz and the Trade Mission to China.