Enpal is Germany’s first Greentech unicorn and market leader for rooftop solar. Enpal offers a complete package for carbon-free energy, including solar panel system, battery, EV charger and heat pump.

With over 45,000 customers in Germany and 3,000 new solar panel systems installed each month, Enpal is considered the fastest-growing energy company in Germany (FT1000 Ranking 2022 & 2023 Financial Times & Statista). Their stated goal is to supply one million households with solar energy by the end of the decade, becoming the largest renewable community in Europe.

“The fight against the climate crisis is a vital responsibility that we, as humans, can only achieve through collaborative efforts. It is imperative that we work hand in hand towards this goal, leaving no one behind.”

Mario Kohle, CEO & Founder

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