ISOFOTON’s production plant in Spain is located at Malaga’s privileged and strategically located Andalucia Technology Park. The surroundings and extensive green areas make it an ideal location for developing our company activities.

ISOFOTON has experienced sustained growth in terms of turnover, going from a 6 MW annual production capacity in 1997 to 230 MW today.

More than 28.000m² of facilities has allowed us to increase our production capacity and meet the growing market demand.

The company’s new fully automated production line has been designed by ISOFOTON based on the experience and research in new technologies developed by its in-house engineering team. The line has been manufactured and assembled by a prestigious German manufacturer specializing in automation and process integration, resulting in of the world’s most advanced photovoltaic module production centers today.


ISOFOTON has recently opened a manufacturing facility in the State of Ohio (United States). Like its Malaga counterpart, the Napoleon, OH facility has an automated production line equipped with the latest technological advances, with an initial annual production capacity of 50 MW in the 60 cell format. Isofoton has a goal of employing at least 50% US military veterans in the company’s production facility.

The Napoleon, OH facility manufactures modules that qualify for Buy America, ARRA, and Trade Agreement Act applications. Modules are also financeable via the Ex-Im bank. For more information about these, or other, qualifications, please contact Isofoton North America.