KACO new energy is one of the fastest-growing inverter companies in the Americas – a result of its commitment to quality, top-notch performance and state-of-the-art technology.
KACO new energy produces a robust portfolio of inverters for residential, commercial and utility-scale applications. Leading developers continue to choose KACO new energy because of its superior engineering and unmatched levels of technical support and customer service.
KACO new energy has been in business for more than 100 years – and has been making superior, German-quality PV inverters since the 1990s. It’s been manufacturing many of them in San Antonio, Texas since 2013.
The company’s residential product portfolio includes the Ultraverter, an MLPE solution and the TL1
KACO new energy’s TL3 series ranges from a 30kw commercial solution to a 2200kw utility-grade inverter, with plans to further expand the utility line card in 2017
Additionally, the company is the only inverter manufacturer in the US which offers completely in-house manufactured customized power stations, making it a true turnkey solution.
KACO new energy is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of solar inverters. With nearly 1000 employees in 16 countries, the company offers inverters for every array size, whether residential, commercial or utility-scale. Since 1999, The Company has shipped over 8 GW of PV inverters around the world. The company was the first inverter manufacturer to achieve fully carbon-neutral production and is rapidly heading towards power self-sufficiency.
Headquarters, North America
KACO new energy
4036 Binz-Engleman Road, Suite 208
San Antonio, TX 78219 USA
KACO new energy is amongst the world’s largest manufacturers of solar inverters. With 850 employees and offices in 16 countries, the company offers inverters for every array size from the smallest homes to the largest solar farms of hundreds of Megawatts. KACO new energy’s US headquarters is based in San Antonio, TX and the production facilities there, in Germany and Asia have supplied nearly 7 Gigawatts of inverters since 1999. The company was the first inverter manufacturer to achieve fully carbon-neutral production and is rapidly heading towards power self-sufficiency.