Titan Solar Generator Review – The Best Large Solar Generator?

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It is no longer news that solar technology is finding its way into several different products on the market today.

We now have solar lamps, solar refrigerators, and virtually all known gadgets and devices are now being “solarized”. Among these gadgets are solar generators. And they are no longer sidelining gasoline generators

A general argument (and rightly so) is that solar generators are not capable of supplying power to larger-scale operations.

However, there have been significant improvements to the production of solar generators thanks to companies like Point Zero Energy, whose ingenuity has crafted the Titan solar-powered generator.

There are a lot of areas where a solar generator can come in handy. Some of these include:

  1. A source of electrical energy in case of a power outage 
  2. Supplying power to a truck or an RV
  3. Camping and mobile homes
  4. Specific appliances and gadgets
  5. Some industrial tools 

Most of the time, considering which solar generator to purchase could be time-consuming and stressful. Meanwhile, choosing the best option that suits the energy consumption you’d like is most important. 

This Titan solar generator review will show you the ins and outs of the Titan, and will also compare it to other solar generators in its category.

The Titan ranks #1 for large solar generators in my “Top 15 Countdown” article on the best solar generators on the market. You can find the other competitors here: Best Solar Generator – Top 15 Countdown (Small to Large).

Titan Solar Generator – Basic Overview

Titan power station outside charging with solar panels
Titan solar generator with two batteries

The Titan solar generator is a rechargeable solar generator with a 2,000Wh lithium battery incorporated into its framework. The batteries in this generator are expandable as well. In addition, the Titan has a 3,000W continuous, 6,000W surge pure sine wave inverter and dual MPPT charge controllers.

The Titan is one of the most powerful, versatile, and reliable solar generators on the market today, and we will show you why. In the large solar generator category, it is the best choice for many applications, including but not limited to:

  • Home-backup systems
  • RVs
  • Offices
  • Hotels
  • Schools
  • Campsites

Available in different solar kits, the Titan is one of the best solar generators on the market to help meet your power needs.

Its dual Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge controllers enable you to have up to 2,000W of power coming from your solar panels into the generator at any given time.

This alone is FAR ahead of its competition. For reference, the Inergy Apex (a competing solar generator) has a maximum solar panel input rated at 500W.

Key Features of the Titan Solar Generator

Titan solar generator front view
The Point Zero Energy Titan

With two batteries, the Titan solar generator’s inverter is capable of 3,000W continuous and 6,000W surge discharge. Its two MPPT charge controllers can take in up to 2,000W from solar panels. The Titan’s modular design allows you to attach multiple 2,000Wh batteries to the generator as well.

With a single Titan battery, the inverter and solar input capabilities are cut in half to 1,500W continuous and 3,000W surge power, as well as 1,000W of maximum solar input.

The Titan also can charge with two AC wall chargers simultaneously, letting you use your generator more often if needed.

Amongst its several output ports, the most unique one compared to other solar generators is its RV port. Another interesting port feature is the system of USB connection to the Titan.

There are four USB to 12V car outlet adapters for each car port on the solar generator. Each adapter has two USB ports, giving you a total of eight possible USB ports for device charging.

Below is a summary of the Titan’s main features:

  • A removable and expandable lithium-ion battery allows you to add or replace batteries quickly and easily
  • Large battery capacity (2,000Wh) with a life span of up to 10 years (2,000 battery lifecycles to 80% capacity)
  • Large efficient inverter with a no-load power draw of as low as 5 watts, and efficiencies up to 92%
  • Dual MPPT charge controllers allow you to add up to 2,000 watts of solar
  • A powerful AC charger will charge one battery pack in around four hours, with an option to add a second charger for faster charge times

For a better idea of the Titan’s capabilities, check out the Bluetti EP500 & EP500Pro review I made. These solar generators are very similar to the Titan in terms of power output and solar input: Bluetti EP500 & EP500Pro Review – Longest-Lasting Solar Generators.

What Does the Titan Solar Generator Come With?

The Titan comes with several items in addition to the solar generator itself. These items include:

  • (1) Cigarette to SAE port to enable charging from an automobile  
  • (1) MC4 to SAE port for recharging with a solar panel
  • (1) MC4 to Anderson adapter
  • (4) 30W USB adapters (x2 with 2 USB-A ports each, x2 with 1 USB-A and 1 USB-C each)
  • (1) AC charger (20A)
  • (1) user manual

Titan solar kits are readily available from 500 to 2,000W kits to power up all of your gadgets, devices, and equipment. 

What Can the Titan Solar Generator Power?

Some examples of what the Titan can power are listed below:

  • 50″ LCD TV (65W) for 30hrs
  • Laptop (25-40W) for 66hrs
  • Refrigerator (55W) for 36hrs
  • Smartphone (5-7W) for 330hrs
  • Tablet (25-40W) for 66+hrs
  • Electric Blanket (75W) for 26+hrs
  • Chainable LED Light (6W) for 330+hrs
  • CPAP Machine (30W) for 66+hrs

The above durations are with one Titan battery pack.

Specifications of the Titan Solar Generator

I’ll first start out with the Titan’s LCD screen. It has several data points available to monitor your system throughout the day. Below is a diagram highlighting its display.

Titan LCD screen diagram from user manual
This is the Titan’s LCD screen diagram from its user manual. Here you can check over its amperage, voltage, and other indicators to keep track of the power station.
Maximum Solar Input1,000W (with one battery)
2,000W (with two or more batteries)
Maximum AC Inverter Output1,500W continuous, 3,000W surge (with one battery)
3,000W continuous, 6,000W surge (with two or more batteries)
Charge Controller TypeDual MPPT controllers
Weight67 lbs (with one battery)
Dimensions18.5 x 12 x 12 in (with one battery)
Output Ports(1) RV 30A outlet
(6) 120V AC outputs (3,000W continuous, 6,000W surge)
(4) USB adapters (8 ports total – Two with two smart USB-A, and two with one smart USB-A and one USB-C)
(4) DC car cigarette lighter outputs (regulated at 13.8V)
Input Ports(2) PV (solar) inputs, 35-145V/30A per port (up to 2,000W total)
(2) AC charging inputs (600W each, 1,200W total)
(1) Car cigarette lighter DC input
(1) Battery expansion input (for third-party external batteries)
Battery Cycle Life2,000 cycles to 80% capacity
Battery TypeLi-ion NMC
More InfoTitan manual
This table highlights the specifications of the Titan solar generator

Who Makes the Titan Solar Generator?

The Titan solar generator is made by Point Zero Energy. The company sells the Titan individually as well as in various kits with solar panels. Additional batteries, chargers, wires, and adapters for the Titan are also found on their website.

Point Zero Energy’s systems are also sold on Shop Solar Kits’ website. This company has similar kits found on Point Zero Energy’s site, but they include slight variations to some of their Titan kits.

Towards the bottom of this article, you can find a table that shows the contents of various kits found on both companies’ websites.

This next section puts the Titan against generators similar in size for comparison.

Pros & Cons of the Titan

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Titan Pros:

  • Has twice the inverter output of the Inergy Flex: The Titan’s 3,000W of continuous power surges to a mind-blowing 6,000W.
  • Large battery capacity: Each battery has 2,000Wh of capacity and can last up to ten years without fail or repair. This is hard to prove, however, because this solar generator is relatively new to the market.
  • Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge controller: The Titan can simultaneously handle up to 2,000W from solar panels. This is about four times higher than what their other competitors can boast of.
  • Expandable battery capability: This can be achieved by simply adding battery packs (as much as you desire) on top of each other to enlarge its power capacity. Anyone can do this; no technician is needed, and no wire connection is necessary. There are four hinges on the battery (two on each side) as you can see from the image above.

Titan Cons:

  • Not easily portable: Titan solar generator is not what can be called portable! It can supply power to a whole household; hence, it is massive and quite heavy. This, therefore, hinders easy mobility.
  • Expensive: With one 2,000Wh battery, the Titan is about $3,400. This is quite pricey, coming in at about $1.70 per watt-hour of power.
  • No mobile app: This is more of an analog solar generator compared to WiFi-integrated systems like the Bluetti EP500 and Yeti 3000X. An application that connects to your mobile device makes it easier to access your generator and customize settings.

Titan vs. Similar Solar Generators

ModelGoal Zero Yeti 3000XPoint Zero Energy TitanInergy Flex AC

GOALZERO Yeti 3000X Portable Power Station, 2982Wh Portable Lithium Battery Emergency Power Station, 2000W Portable AC Inverter, Outdoor Portable Generator, Portable Solar Generator for Solar Panels

Titan solar generator front viewInergy Flex 1500 AC
AC Outputs2x Outputs: 2,000W (3,500W surge)6x Outputs, 1x 30A RV outlet: 3,000W (6,000W surge)6x Outputs: 1,500W (3,000W surge)
USB Outputs2x USB-A
1x USB-C
6x Smart USB-A
2x USB-C
2x USB-A
DC Outputs1x 12V Car port (up to 13A, 160W max)
2x 6mm ports (up to 10A, 120W max)
1x High Power Port (up to 30A, 360W max)
4x 12V Car ports (20A max per port, 20A max combined; regulated)2x 12V Car ports (up to 15A using one port, 20A total combined; regulated)
2x 5.5mm x 2.5mm DC outputs
Input Ports2x 8mm ports: 14-50V, up to 10A (150W max)
1x High Power Port: 14-50V, up to 50A (600W max)
1x USB-C PD (60W max)
2x Anderson Powerpole ports: 35-145V, up to 30A per port (2,000W total)
2x AC inputs (600W each, 1,200W total)
1x Car DC input: 11-20V (160W max)
1x EC8 input port
1x 5.5mm x 2.5mm input
Battery Expansion?YYY
Weight70 lbs67 lbs30 lbs
Mobile App?YNN
Cost Per Watt-Hour$1.15/Wh$1.70/Wh$1.50/Wh
This table compares the specifications and features of the Titan to the Goal Zero Yeti 3000X and Inergy Flex AC.


The Titan leads the way with a 3,000W continuous output from its AC ports, while the Inergy Flex is the lowest performing at 1,500W continuous. However, the Flex is much smaller and lighter than the Titan, so it may be a better fit for you depending on what you’d prefer.

The Yeti 3000X is right in the middle of these two systems, with AC ports capable of 2,000W continuous.


Titan solar generator battery pack
Titan battery pack (2,000Wh of usable battery storage).

There are two similar solar generators in this department – the Titan and Flex. They both have modular designs, which means that you can stack multiple batteries underneath the power module (the box with all of the outlets). This helps with storage since you can have a vertical stack of batteries.

The Yeti 3000X is somewhat similar to the others, but it uses a different way of stacking its extra batteries. Its battery capacity can be extended using the Yeti Tank expansion battery packs. These batteries are external lead-acid batteries that are heavier than their internal lithium battery.

Without expanding the battery capacities, the Yeti takes the lead with a 3,000Wh battery installed within its body. The Titan is second with a 2,000Wh battery, and the Flex uses a 1,000Wh battery.


Inergy Flex MPPT Supercharger
The Inergy Flex MPPT Supercharger is capable of adding 800W of solar input power to its standard 400W.

Recharging your power station in a short period of time is equally as crucial as its output capabilities. This is simply because the faster you can recharge it at a healthy rate, the more often you can use it.

The Titan dominates this category since it has two MPPT charge controllers that allow you to recharge it with up to 2,000W of solar panels. This is very high for any solar generator. However, this charging power is only available if you’re using two or more batteries. If using one battery, the limit is set at 1,000W.

The Yeti 3000X has a max solar input of only 600W, which isn’t all that bad, but when looking at the Titan (that has a smaller battery), the Yeti charges over 3x slower.

As for the Inergy Flex, it has a standard 400W solar input. This seems small, but its battery is three times smaller than the Yeti 3000X. If you decide to add several batteries to this unit, you can opt for the MPPT Supercharger that triples the total solar input power to a total of 1,200W.

If you get three batteries in total with your Flex, this is about the same as getting one Yeti 3000X in terms of battery size. Using the MPPT Supercharger in unison with this setup allows you to have double the solar input power as the 3000X.

Yeti 3000X vs. Titan vs. Flex – Final Thoughts

Overall, the Titan is expensive for its battery capacity yet it also is more powerful than the Inergy Flex and Yeti 3000X. It has the ability to recharge fast and output high amounts of AC power.

Although the Titan may not be for everyone, its capabilities are top-notch. The Flex is capable of being semi-portable with one battery, but it can also be expanded for a partial home backup system.

The Yeti 3000X has a massive battery but lacks recharging speed. However, it has the Yeti App that pairs your power station with your smartphone. This can be a huge advantage to the other two because they don’t have this feature.

The main point is that the Titan has the best overall performance in terms of power. Plus, its batteries last longer than the other two – a feature that actually raises its value over time.

For more information on any of these three power stations, please check out my other related blog posts below:

Plus, I have a YouTube video where I specifically compare the Titan to the Flex! If you’re curious about these two systems, check them out below:

My YouTube comparison of the Titan versus Flex solar generators.

Is the Titan Solar Generator Any Good?

Titan 500W solar generator kit
Titan 500W solar generator kit from Shop Solar Kits.

Below are the reasons why the Titan is one of the best large solar generators in the industry.

1. The Titan Generator Has Unmatched, Quality Components

Some of the quality materials and components featured in the Titan solar generator include:

  • A metal frame
  • Dual MPPT charge controllers
  • Dual AC charging capabilities
  • A 3,000W continuous discharge inverter
  • A lithium battery pack rated at 2000+ cycles

Many solar power systems have components that only allow the user to power smaller electronics/tools/appliances. This results in an incapacity to power energy-consuming appliances like fridges, microwaves, etc.

On the contrary, the Titan has an internal construction that gives it more power than most, if not all other solar generators on the market, allowing it to be sufficient for a much broader array of tools and appliances you’d like to power.

Its panels will be cool to touch whereas other systems will be very hot due to the high amperage running throughout the solar panel wires. The low amperage in the Titan allows this cooling effect to happen and also makes it highly efficient.

2. Removable & Expandable Battery – Titan Solar Generator’s Modular Design

The Titan’s 2,000Wh lithium battery weighs 35 lbs and connects to the Titan underneath the power module. Multiple batteries can be added to the generator and stacked together vertically.

This allows you the luxury of increasing the battery efficacy of the Titan solar generator, and all you need to do is add as many batteries as you would prefer, ideally up to six (6) batteries.

You can also decide to remove a battery and save it for future use, i.e., a fully charged battery or as the case may be.

This feature allows anybody to use the generator without professional help effectively. Also, by separating the batteries, it becomes light, and you can easily carry its components by their carrying handles.

3. Simultaneous Charging With the Titan Generator’s Three Charging Methods

There are three different ways to recharge the Titan solar generator:

  1. Direct recharge from the sun using solar panels
  2. Car charger
  3. Standard AC charger

All three aforementioned charging sources can be used simultaneously to a maximum of 1,000W combined per attached battery.

Overall, no other solar generator has the amazing and efficient features that the Titan solar generator offers.

You can enjoy your Titan system every time with the assurance of having it charged. This simply means you can use it 24 hours a day if you correctly measure your input and output of power.

4. The Titan’s Powerful Pure Sine Wave Inverter

More interestingly, the Titan solar generator has a 3,000W continuous output inverter, which makes it about four times more powerful than any of its counterparts.

This means you can power more devices every day with an efficiency of over 92%. Also, the 3,000W pure sine wave inverter can surge to a wholesome 6,000W.

5. 600W AC Wall Charger – Comes With the Titan Generator

Titan AC charger
Titan AC charger

This powerful 600W AC wall charger will charge a single battery pack in about four hours, while its counterparts may take up to 24 hours.

Also, you can charge the generator with two wall chargers at the same time, doubling the charging power.

This is something rarely seen in most solar generator models.

The only other models that are similar to the Titan’s AC charging capabilities are EcoFlow generators with their signature X-Stream technology. This feature is available in the EcoFlow R600 and EcoFlow Delta 1300 models.

6. A Titan Solar Generator Can Power a LOT – Battery Capacity and Versatility

With one of its batteries, the Titan can power home appliances such as a fridge, washing machine, microwave, stove, tv, among other appliances and electronics. Adding a second battery allows the Titan’s inverter to double its output and the solar input to double in wattage intake.

These capabilities make it one of the most powerful solar generator systems available on the market today.

The Titan has a variety of functions that can facilitate several off-grid applications such as powering an off-grid cabin and partial home backup power.

Its ports, modular design, and powerful specifications make it ideal for power-intensive applications if the need arises.

7. The Titan Generator Has a Two-Year Power Module, One-Year Battery Warranty

Point Zero Energy offers a two-year power module warranty and a one-year battery warranty for the Titan.

You are required to return a failed Titan for repair when it fails, but if you live in the Contiguous United States, you will get your shipping costs paid back as seen on the company’s limited warranty page.

How Much Does a Titan Solar Generator Cost?

Titan solar generator with three batteries
This version of the Titan has three batteries and connectors (no solar panels). This kit will cost about $6,200 on Shop Solar Kits.

A standard Titan solar generator (power module and one battery) costs $3,395 before taxes and shipping costs are applied. A Titan solar generator with two batteries ranges from $4,500 to $4,800. A standard Titan with 1,000W of solar panels costs between $5,000 and $5,200.

These price ranges are based on Point Zero Energy’s website and Shop Solar Kits’ website.

Below I have the different kits and their price ranges listed.

Titan Kit OptionsPackage Comes With:Price Range
Standard Titan1x Titan (power module + battery)
1x MC4 to SAE connector
1x MC4 to Anderson adapter
1x Standard wall charger
Standard Titan + 500W of solar panels 1x Titan (power module + battery)
5x 100W solar panels
1x MC4 extension wire
1x MC4 branch connector (Shop Solar Kits only)
1x MC4 extension set (Shop Solar Kits only)
1x MC4 to SAE connector
1x MC4 to Anderson adapter
1x Standard wall charger
Standard Titan + 1,000W of solar panels 1x Titan (power module + battery)
10x 100W solar panels
2x MC4 extension wires
1x MC4 branch connector
1x MC4 to SAE connector
1x MC4 to Anderson adapter
1x Standard wall charger
Titan w/ Additional Battery1x Titan (power module + battery)
1x Expansion battery
1x MC4 to SAE connector
1x MC4 to Anderson adapter
1x Standard wall charger
Titan w/ Additional Battery + 2,000W Solar1x Titan (power module + battery)
20x 100W solar panels
4x MC4 extension wires
2x MC4 branch connectors
1x MC4 to SAE connector
2x MC4 to Anderson adapters
1x Standard wall charger
2x Sets LED light strings (Shop Solar Kits only)
2x XXL EMP bags (Shop Solar Kits only)
Prices are based off of listings on Point Zero Energy’s and Shop Solar Kits’ websites. The price ranges for kits with solar panels are for rigid or flexible panels. They do not include briefcase-style panels.

Find the Titan solar generator along with several of their Titan kits below on shopsolarkits.com (affiliate link – I make a small percentage of every sale).

If you’d like more of my insights, I recommend watching my video review of the Titan below.

My analysis on the Titan.

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