List of 3 PV-Installers in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France

Photovoltaic Installer from Nouvelle-Aquitaine

This article is based on our list of the largest PV-Installers in France which contains general contact details, company details as well as information about RGE certification. The list also holds personal contact information.

Solar energy is one of the most well-known renewable energy sources employed to fight climate change. While Nouvelle-Aquitaine is also known for its windy regions and therefore wind parks, the southwest region of France is also home to various PV-Installers offering their services for household, communes and companies. The following article will present three PV-Installers with their headquarters in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

1. Enerconfort, Artigues-près-Bordeaux

Enerconfort is an RGE-certified PV installer focusing on installations in Nouvelle-Aquitaine. The company has expertise in a variety of energy independence services for households, starting from isolation, to ventilation, warm water, heat pumps, air conditioning and of course PV-installations. Energconfort has been offering their services since 2012.

2. AZELEC 33, Saint-Ciers-d’Abzac

Azelec 33 has their headquarters in and is active in Gironde, Charente and Charente maritime. The company specializes in the installation of rooftop photovoltaic panels and is RGE-certified. Azelec 33 was founded in 2015 and offers a comprehensive service for their customers, starting from the installation of PV-plants to maintenance and repairs as well as the recycling of defect solar panels.

3. Photon Energie SARL, Saint-Savin

Photon Energie has been in operation for nearly 20 years – the company was founded in 2005. The energy expert has expertise regarding heat pumps and of course the installation of solar and photovoltaic panels. The company operates in Bourgoin-Jallieu and offers solar thermal as well as photovoltaic systems, also in combination with heat pumps, in order to achieve the best individual performance for their customers.

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