Organisation and governance

The Capenergies cluster: a thriving network!

An active community, the Capenergies competitiveness cluster is run by its members through various governing bodies. 
Start-ups, SMEs, large companies, research bodies or training providers – all are represented within a dedicated college in the Executive Commitee and the Board of Directors. Together, they define the cluster’s strategic guidelines, its action plan and its budget.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The AGM comprises all of the association’s members, divided into four colleges:

Industry (SMEs, mid-caps and large companies)



Financial backers

Its role: to elect the members of the Board of Directors and to ratify the actions and operation of the association (action plan, budget, annual report, etc.).

The Board of Directors

It comprises 35 Directors, representing:

  • The cluster’s founding members: ADEC (Corsican Economic Development Agency), CEA and EDF
  • The Industry, Research, Education and Financial Backers’ colleges
  • The partner territories (Guadeloupe, Reunion Island and Principality of Monaco)

Its remit: to define the strategic guidelines, actions and budget of the cluster.

The Executive Committee

10 representatives from the Board of Directors sit on the Executive Committee

Its remit: to draft the strategic guidelines, actions and budgets for approval by the Board of Directors and to oversee their implementation, working in liaison with the cluster’s management.

The Accreditation Committee

This is an independent body made up of experts from the industrial, research, education or financial spheres.

Its role: to examine and make a constructive contribution to submissions by cluster members of innovative project proposals (R&D, flagship, corporate or training projects) for potential accreditation and financing.

Capenergies' Articles of Association

Terms for becoming a Capenergies member