Who we are ?
The Urbasolar group is the leading independent French solar photovoltaic specialist and, to this end, has a goal of significantly contributing to the development of this energy on a large scale so that it supplies a major portion of humanity’s energy needs.
Urbasolar is, above all, experienced teams, mobilized for innovation and the pursuit of technological progress, that share a vision of development, engagement in excellence, enthusiasm, and a high level of expectation for client satisfaction and project management.
The group is fully engaged in the fight against climate change and in the energy transition. The ideas of social equity and societal responsibility are infused in the relationships we develop with our partners, clients, and employees.
An integrated actor, today Urbasolar operates a park of 350 MW made up of 500 photovoltaic power plants that we majority own and which were developed and built by our teams.
Highly present throughout the country where we are the preferred partner of numerous professionals and local governments, the Urbasolar group is developing a significant international dimension with the development, creation, and operation of photovoltaic power plants in Kazakhstan, the Philippines, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Kenya, and many other countries where our expertise can be applied to promising fields of application.
The Urbasolar group has a portfolio of future projects totaling more than 1000 MW in France and internationally, with projects that are all at an advanced stage of development and, for many, have been completely finalized. These projects will be built in the next three fiscal years leading to the ownership and operation after this period of a fleet of photovoltaic power plants totaling more than 1 GW.
The Urbasolar group is leading this change in the scale and evolution of the market by adapting and reinforcing its structures and teams and implementing its innovative offers.
Based in Montpellier in France, Urbasolar has agencies in Paris, Aix en Provence, Toulouse, and Bordeaux.
Internationally, the group operates in targeted zones such as: Central Asia, North and West Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, and South East Asia, where it is deeply rooted through its subsidiaries with local partners and where it aims to transfer its know-how and knowledge of renewable energy.
A responsible company, Urbasolar brings together experienced teams who share the vision, excellence, and know-how of the group, each in their field of expertise.
The company’s governance is organized around the founding directors and business unit directors; the executive committee is charged with implementing the company’s strategy.
Urbasolar, certified ISO 9001, is engaged in a Quality Management System (QMS) whose goal is to pursue a policy of continual improvement and of orientation towards the client within the company.
For this, the group has implemented a transversal process of monitoring, measurement, and analysis of processes, services, and client satisfaction so as to define a policy of quality.
In 2018, Urbasolar was the 1st French enterprise to be AQPV (French photovoltaic quality alliance) certified. This certification with its referential quality standards, the implementation of which the group has greatly contributed to, is an initiative of the CSTB (French building science and technical center) which created Certisolis, the certifying organization. It is oriented for businesses in the photovoltaic industry and has the goal of serving as an indisputable benchmark for clients, both private and public, who wish to work with the best operators, covering all the skills needed for the engineering, construction, and operation of photovoltaic power plants. Because of its demanding standards, this certification is known as the ultimate recognition of quality for photovoltaic industry businesses in France.
Engaged in a Quality Management System (QMS) with the goal of pursuing a policy of continual improvement and orientation towards the client within the company, the group uses a construction quality assurance plan detailing the goals and processes that must be respected during the construction of a photovoltaic power plant, from commissioning to acceptance of works.