Bisol reports 100 percent sales growth; opens new PV installation


In terms of its sales growth, Bisol says that particularly noteworthy export markets were Italy, France and the Czech Republic. Belgium, on the other hand, achieved stable growth. “International business activities were further strengthened this year by opening our own representative offices in Italy and France, while last year we established a subsidiary in Belgium,” commented President of the board, Mr. Uros Merc.

The company has also announced the opening of a 235,8 kW rooftop PV system at a primary school in the Slovenian town of Šmarje pri Jelšah. Estimated annual production of the system, which consists of 1012 Bisol PV modules, is 260 megawatt hours. It is expected to satisfy the electricity needs of 65 households each year, in addition to saving 156 tons of carbon dioxide.

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