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Naps – excellence since 1981

Naps today

Naps is the leading ISO 9001 certified solar photovoltaic solution provider in Finland. Naps provides PV components, systems, EPC projects as well as consultancy and engineering services.

Naps offers photovoltaic systems and PPA-solutions directly to B2B and public customers. Residential PV-systems are sold and distributed retailers and wholesale customers.

Naps off-grid solutions are widely known for high quality and reliability and thus are used by B2B and B2C customers, governmental institutions and international NGO’s since 1980’s. We offer strategic, tactical, humanitarian and telecommunications electricity solutions for off-grid and unstable grid distribution systems globally.

The grand old brand of the high quality

Naps Solar has been the forerunner in the world solar photovoltaic market since 1981, when Finnish Neste Oil Company founded its photovoltaic unit Neste Advanced Power Systems (NAPS) around its research and development business.

Naps has designed and delivered over 260 000 PV systems in all kinds of climate conditions from antarctica to the equator. Naps quality is based on solid four decades of experience. Our experience covers all kinds of needs irrespective of whether it is grid or off-grid PV application.

Naps has a profound experience of component technologies and particularly strong expertise in solar modules due to 20 years of own production. Our ISO 14000 certified solar module factory is located in Estonia.

Naps’s largest shareholder is the world’s first recycling fund, the Taaleri Kiertotalous. Additional shareholders contain major domestic Finnish energy companies.

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Hiedanranta, Tampere. Photo: White Night Lighting.

A Naps’ full white photovoltaic system acts as a canvas for art in Tampere, Finland.

The white solar module is rare and the implementation made for Tampere is only the second larger wall integration for Naps with its own factory product.

Naps has designed and implemented facade-integrated photovoltaic systems for over 15 years with black, coloured and glass-to-glass modules. The first all-white system was built in 2019 to Sun City Flogsta project in Uppsala, Sweden. 

Read more about the project here.