With an experienced pioneer of the photovoltaic movement KACO new energy will take the next step of growth in the UK. --- Milton Keynes / Neckarsulm, 09. September 2015 – KACO new energy, one of the leading global PV inverter manufacturers, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew (‘Andy’) Walsh as new Country Manager for the UK and Ireland.
We are very excited to welcome Mr. Walsh as a member of KACO new energy's sales team. His unique expertise in the United Kingdom's PV market place is undisputed and his involvement is already making a difference in our most important growth markets. We are convinced that Mr. Walsh's leadership will unleash the full potential of KACO new energy's high performance, top quality and extremely competitive product portfolio.
By bringing Mr. Walsh on board, KACO new energy is adding a true inverter expert to its leadership. Andy has a distinguished career with a track record of leadership both inside and outside of the PV industry, being involved in energy saving, sustainability and the renewables market since the early 90's. Before joining KACO new energy, Andy was General Manager of the Rooftop and Solar Car Parks Division of BELECTRIC UK, one of the UK's largest and most progressive Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) providers of Solar Farms and Solar PV to the UK's Commercial Rooftop market. Prior to this, Andy was instrumental in launching the UK Solar subsidiary of Fronius, an inverter company that he successfully managed and grew for a number of years.
About KACO new energy
KACO new energy is amongst the world's largest manufacturers of solar inverters. With 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 is based in Neckarsulm, near Stuttgart, Germany and the production facilities there, in the Americas and Asia have supplied around 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. KACO new energy also supplies energy storage systems and battery inverters, as well as inverters for PV-Diesel hybrid systems, aka Fuel Save, and combined heat and power plants. In 2014, KACO new energy celebrated the centenary of the original company which was one of the first suppliers of inverters in the late 1930s. Read more at www.kaco-newenergy.com