• URBASOLAR is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified for its Photovoltaic Power Plant Development, Sale, Design, Construction, Operating and Maintenance activities

  • 303 GW

    Installed power of the photovoltaic installations world-wide in 2016.

    Source : IEA 2017

  • 2°C

    195 States committed to stabilizing global warming below 2°C by 2100 in the COP21, by signing the Paris Agreement, which came into effect November 4, 2016.

  • 3.9 million

    On a worldwide scale, solar photovoltaics represent 3.9 million direct and indirect jobs.

    Source : REN21 2016

  • 100 MW

    Won since the beginning of 2017, on buildings, greenhouses, ground-mounted installations, or parking canopies, by Urbasolar in the CRE4 calls for offers.

  • 4%

    The Urbasolar group consecrates 4% of its turnover to R&D every year and pilots research programs in collaboration with public institutions, private companies, and business competitiveness clusters.

  • 19.6%

    Electricity produced from renewable sources covered 19.6% of French consumption in 2016.

    Source : RTE-Enedis-SER

  • 1h

    Roughly one hour of solar radiation received by the Earth represents the world’s annual energy consumption.

    Source : CNRS

  • +25%

    Worldwide demand for energy will rise about 25% by 2040.

    Source : IEA 2016

  • +50%

    Worldwide photovoltaic capacity increased 50% in 2016.

    Source : IEA 2017

The development of our sector and the photovoltaic business is not merely an economic strategy; we are responsible for implementing solutions to serve people and the planet, for a better world.


Photovoltaic technology allows for the direct production of electricity by transformation of solar radiation. Its multiple qualities and constant evolution towards lower costs and improved yield, combined with the unlimited potential of solar energy, clearly make it one of the energies of the future, a solution for the planet, and an opportunity to create hundreds of thousands of jobs.


Created by a pioneering team, Urbasolar has the objectives of ensuring massive development of photovoltaic power, via innovation and widespread use.

Its teams are convinced that solar electricity can ensure a major share of our energy needs and fit in with conventional distribution networks in the immediate and short term. They work daily to offer solutions tailored to the energy issues faced by its customers.