With a low carbon footprint certificate BISOL is gaining competitiveness in the solar energy market

Certisolis certificate enables BISOL Group to participate in tenders & more projects in France, where a very low CO2 footprint is already a requirement.


The carbon footprint of products is becoming an increasingly important criterion when applying for tenders. In France for example, a very low CO2 footprint is already a requirement. In addition, more and more stakeholders are asking about the carbon footprint and are convinced that this will increasingly become the rule rather than the exception.



With CRE4 & S21 − 2022 certificate, which covers carbon emissions of the whole life cycle of the products, from raw materials to the manufacturing location of modules, BISOL can now be specified for even more tenders & projects in France, as the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) requires this certificate.


In BISOL Group, we believe that companies play a key role in building a sustainable economy and society, which is why we take our responsibility to the environment and the community around us very seriously.


BISOL Group is a carbon-neutral company, and the carbon footprint per BISOL solar module is zero. According to internal analysis results, energy consumption for our manufacturing process is supplied by CO2 neutral sources based on solar and nuclear energy. As a prime energy source, BISOL uses electricity 100% produced from nuclear energy, which is considered a carbon-neutral energy source according to European standards. Additionally, two solar power plants producing 230 MWh of electricity are installed on the company’s roof and directly cover a fair share of the energy needs of the production process of solar modules.


BISOL Group also owns 73 solar power plants, which in 2021 produced 18 GWh or ten times more electricity than was used in the production of solar modules.