Airbus Crisa continuously works to improve operations and minimize the company’s environmental impact, while also promoting social well-being and ethical behaviour in our business practices.


Photovoltaic panels: self-consumption of energy

Environmental responsibility

Airbus Crisa is committed to reducing its environmental impact through a full range of initiatives. One such initiative is the lead-free manufacturing process used in its electronic products – positioning the company as a pioneer in space programme applications.

We also focus on reducing energy consumption and waste generation in our operations, implementing such sustainable practices as recycling and the use of renewable energy. Additionally, Airbus Crisa works closely with suppliers to ensure sustainability throughout its supply chain, with a focus on responsible sourcing and ethical practices.

Our environmental and energy management systems are certified to UNE-EN ISO 14001-2015 and UNE-EN ISO 50001-2018 standards, respectively.

Airbus Crisa has a photovoltaic installation for the generation of electricity for self-consumption without surplus, with the panels located on the roof of the building located in Calle Torres Quevedo 9, de la ciudad de Tres Cantos (Madrid).

The installation has 152 photovoltaic panels with a power of 460 Wp, for a total power of 69.92 kWp. The occupied surface area is 500 m2.

The purpose of the installation is the generation of clean energy that will be self-consumed by the building. The annual energy generation reaches 104,155 kWh.

Investment: 62,366.85 €.
Amount of aid received from FENERCOM: 8,475.50 €.

Logos financing photovoltaic panels


Diversity and inclusion in our project teams


Airbus Crisa is committed to the promotion of equality in our company. To achieve this goal, a permanent Equality, Diversity and Work-Life Balance Commission has been set up to identify possible inequalities in the company and carry out actions to eradicate them – as well as facilitating work-life balance.

Among the Commission’s actions are the definition and monitoring of the Equality Plan – which includes, among other elements, the improvement in conciliation. Additionally, it supports employees’ participation in such events as the International Day Against Gender Violence, Women's Day, International Pride Day, and Functional Diversity Week.

Space to collaborate and rest


Airbus Crisa strives to be a company where the safety, health and well-being of people are valued as an integral part of its business sustainability.  We are committed to pursuing the highest standards of health and safety.

We promote employee involvement and a speak-up culture to ensure that health and safety standards are continuously improved, along with the development of a “respect and protect” culture in which everyone feels responsible for the health and safety of themselves and others.

Airbus Crisa aspires to be a “zero harm” company, where the values of safety, health and well-being are an integral part of our success.


Airbus Crisa´s business model principles

Business integrity

Airbus Crisa recognizes that a sustainable business model goes beyond a company’s bottom line. Conducting business in an ethical and responsible manner takes into account the impact that a business has on the environment, its employees and the wider community.

Therefore, Airbus Crisa is committed to maintaining the highest standards of business integrity, governance, ethics, and compliance. The company implements policies and procedures to ensure that all employees, suppliers, and partners adhere to these principles.

Airbus Crisa has a zero-tolerance policy in terms of corruption, bribery and other forms of unethical behaviour. The company maintains a culture of integrity, and encourages employees to speak up if they see any wrongdoing.  Business integrity policies are an integral part of the commitment to operating ethically and responsibly in all aspects of our operations.


Crisa Environmental and Energy Policy - ISO 14001


  • Ecobond consumption
  • Fondam Flux consumption
  • DIN A4 white consumption
  • Recycled DIN A4 consumption
  • Isopropyl alcohol consumption
  • Electric power consumption
  • Waste rags impregnated with dangerous substances
  • Waste used batteries
  • Non-halogenated liquid organic solvent residues
  • Yellow fraction waste
  • Waste toner


  • Water consumption in case of fire.