PDi2 Welcomes New Board Level Member

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Power Delivery Intelligence Initiative (PDi2) is pleased to welcome back Prysmian Group North America as a board-level member. Learn more!

Highland Heights, KY   -   05/05/2021 - 12:00 AM

Power Delivery Intelligence Initiative (PDi2) is pleased to welcome back Prysmian Group North America as a board level member. Prysmian Group is a global leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry. The Group designs and produces cables and solutions for the transmission and distribution of low, medium, high and extra high voltage systems in addition to state-of-the-art solutions for high-voltage underground and submarine cable links in some of the most challenging environments.

“As an inaugural member, we are pleased to have Prysmian Group rejoin our growing membership for PDi2,” said Ben Lanz, Chairman, PDi2. “Their expertise, along with that of our other member organizations, will help us achieve our mission to grow awareness of the need for data-driven decisions when evaluating investments for power infrastructure.”

Landry Molimbi, Head of Asset Management and Prysmian Electronics, Prysmian Group North America, will be the member representative to PDi2. Molimbi is responsible for leading all asset management and product development activities for high and medium-voltage partial discharge testing/monitoring services, and innovative solutions for high voltage and power distribution in North America. 


About PDi2

PDi2 is currently comprised of professionals from the power industry value chain including materials suppliers, cable manufacturers, installers, equipment and accessory manufacturers, service providers, and consulting, construction, and engineering firms – including Borealis, Burns & McDonnell, Centuri, Dow, Forterra, G&W Electric, Haugland Energy, IMCORP, Power Delivery Consultants, Prysmian Group North America, Quanta Services, Southwire, and TT Technologies. The group adheres to a stringent anti-trust policy as a condition of membership. New members are welcome to join this growing initiative. There are three levels of membership that fit the desired amount of board engagement and financial commitment. Membership helps amplify your visibility to a diverse power grid audience and provides a unique networking opportunity to accelerate business. For more information, please visit www.pdi2.org.

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