Headquarters & Warehouse

Leof. Nato 100, 19300 Aspropirgos, Athens - Greece



General information

BIGSOLAR S.A. was founded in 2009 and operates in the fields of Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Saving, trading photovoltaic panels and inverters, energy storage systems, LED lamps and lighting, electric vehicle charging systems and heat pumps.

In addition to its wholesale activity, it is also an electricity producer from R.E.S., owning 28 photovoltaic stations with a total power of 12.5 MW and a biogas station with a power of 950kW.

Finally, it has a subsidiary company in Cyprus, BIGSOLAR CYPRUS, with activity in the distribution of basic photovoltaic equipment in the local market.

As a Greek company, BIGSOLAR has a full understanding of its partners mentality and needs and the flexibility to adapt to them. With a completely customer-centric company culture, it offers full support pre-sales and after-sales.

It has its own storage areas, with a total area of 5,500 s.m., which also includes a customs warehouse, which allow it to provide a top level of service.

The quality of its services is certified by the Management Systems it applies (ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001).

Photovoltaic Systems

BIGSOLAR, with a continuous presence in the domestic photovoltaic market since its first steps, is today a leading company in the sector, in Greece and Cyprus. Its equipment, with a total power of more than 600MW, is installed, on roofs or on the ground, in every region of the two countries. Among other, it has supplied the basic equipment of iconic photovoltaic projects, such as the 1.6MW Niarchion Energy Shelter (SNFCC).

Its activity is basically wholesale. It distributes photovoltaic panels and inverters, for On-Grid, Off-Grid & BIPV solutions as well as storage systems and accessories.

It works with the largest and most reliable producers in the world and has products that are at the cutting edge of technology and cover every need, at the best quality-price ratio, so as to offer its partners competitiveness and differentiation.