Power with a Purpose
A program inviting you to join YellowLite in the pursuit of a more sustainable future
Power with a Purpose is YellowLite’s partnership with Green Energy Ohio! We’re joining forces so that our customers can get more involved in statewide efforts to promote clean energy and sustainability.
Each new installation contract includes a one-year membership to Green Energy Ohio, an Ohio nonprofit focused on creating real change through renewable energy solutions and community action. Your membership also supports advocacy for state policies that protect your investment in renewable energy.
How Residential Customers Benefit
As a responsible consumer who’s making the switch to clean energy, you know that one of the biggest hurdles to environmental progress is a lack of awareness and energy education. A personal membership in Green Energy Ohio will connect you to a community of environmental activists that organize educational workshops, events, and programming.
How Commercial Customers Can Take Advantage
Powering your business with solar energy creates an incredible advantage for sustainable branding and community loyalty. A business membership in Green Energy Ohio can further increase your brand’s visibility and expand opportunities for growth. Network with other environmentally conscious organizations, strengthen your audience reach, and get involved in community programs!
Go Solar and Help Build a Sustainable Future
You can trust our expert team
At YellowLite, we’re determined to build the perfect solar energy system for you. From rooftop solar at home to utility-level commercial installations, our projects are uniquely designed to meet the needs of each customer. Reach out to our team to get started on your solar project.
News & Updates
There’s an increasing amount of individuals, communities, and corporations that are taking direct action to reduce their environmental impact. While we can all make changes that benefit the environment, commercial operations in particular are known to contribute substantially to climate change by releasing carbon emissions and depleting resources.
There are two main types of inverters: string and micro. 60% of the U.S. residential inverter market is string inverters while microinverters make up the other 40%. Because microinverters have steadily increased in popularity over the last several years, nearly all inverter manufacturers now produce both string and micro lines of inverters.