As a European Technology Platform or members’-based association Water Europe has divided its members by colleges representing the multiplicity of the stakeholders and the whole value chain of the water sector. We are committed to serve the specific needs of all our members. Therefore, fees and rules depend on the nature of each member’s category. We make a distinction among corporate, associate and honorary members.
You can find all the information concerning the membership in the Water Europe (WE) Bylaws and statutes. WE AoA membership is not limited in time and automatically renewed on a full calendar year basis. Membership cancellations for the next year need to be submitted to the Executive Director before the 1st of October of the running year .
The main duties and rights of Corporate members are:
*Members from EU member states with a GDP of less than 75% of the EU average, can apply for a membership fee reduction (1.050 EUR/year)
**Members need to have a legal base in the European Union or Associate countries.
* ≤ 2M €
* 2M € – 5M €
* 5M € – 50M €
* 500 €
* 1.500 €
* 3.000 €
You can find all the information concerning the membership in the internal rules of Water Europe . Please note that the membership lasts for 2 years. Renewal is not automatic and take an end on the 31st of December.
To renew the membership, please fill in the form below or send an e-mail to the WE staff in charge of the membership.
The main duties and rights of Corporate members:
Endorse the WE Water Vision
Accept Articles of Association and Bylaws
Submit an annual report on its activities linked to the WE Water Vision
Have access to all WE programs and membership benefits
No voting right during the General Meeting
Who can become a member in college G?
Civil Society Organisations come in a variety of forms, often varying in definition based on their country of origin. For this reason, all decisions on new members are taken by the Board of Directors of Water Europe on a case-by case basis.
However, adherence to a number of criteria can indicate if an organisation qualifies for college G. Some notable criteria are:
The organisation is separated from both the state and the market;
The organisation is primarily community-serving, meaning that, other than catering to its members’ needs, the organisation serves a broader purpose, for instance societal or environmental;
The organisation bases its income primarily on donations and public subsidies;
The organisation is registered as an NGO, non-profit, foundation, charity or in a category with similar traits.
The member should endorse the WE Vision and promote it in their territory. Each year, it should submit a report to highlight how it contributes to the implementation of the vision.
The member should endorse the WE Vision and promote it. Each year, it should submit a report to highlight how it contributes to the implementation of the vision.
This membership is based on the Water Europe Board of Directors’ decision to award someone who has made a special contribution to WE or has achieved collaborative objectives that WE Serves.