Through your solar subscription, Yeloha provides you with energy credits that reduce your electric bills. Each Yeloha panel provides a minimum amount solar energy production (for example, the minimum is 336 kWh per panel for a one-year subscription), from which your credits are generated. In the event that at the end of your subscription duration, … Read more
Nope! Signing up for your subscription can be done completely online. The credits for your solar electricity generation will show up on your same old monthly utility bill. Plus you’ll get to use our app to track your panels’ performance in near real-time.
← FAQ – New York Currently all NY utilities are supported except for municipal and Long Island. The full list includes: Con Edison, Central Hudson, National Grid, NYSEG, Orange & Rockland, and RG&E. These 6 utilities cover about 80% of the state’s households (or about 95% other than Long Island). Don’t live in New York? … Read more
Yeloha’s mission is to open access to solar to everyone! If you are interested in panels on your own roof, let us know and one of our partners who install panels may be able to help you. Because only about 8% of US households qualify for a solar installation, we’ve created a solution for all … Read more
Yeloha is bringing the power of sharing to solar power. We’re building a digital solar subscription network on top of the existing utility grid. First, solar panels are installed on select suitable properties, sending electricity into the grid. We then allocate credits for that clean energy production to your monthly utility bills. You can track … Read more
← FAQ Yeloha comes from two words that describe the joy and benefits of Solar Sharing: Aloha, the globally recognized warm Hawaiian greeting for “hello”, also derived from a compound of the word “alo” meaning “share”; and Yellow, which represents the sun and the clean power it generates.
← FAQ Great questions! All of these issues are detailed in Yeloha’s obligations to you under the terms and conditions of becoming a Sun Host. Yeloha has full responsibility for the system and provides maintenance and insurance for the system at no cost – it is simply a perk of being a Sun Host.
← FAQ Yeloha owns the solar panels and hardware equipment that makes the system work. We also insure and maintain the system, and are responsible for all repairs in the unlikely event they are needed. You get to enjoy the monthly solar savings and environmental benefits your portion of the panels generate.
Our process is designed to make things as simple as possible for you. For Sun Partners Going solar on someone else’s roof is as simple as a click. If the solar project is still under construction, we’ll keep you updated throughout the process. For Sun Hosts It typically takes 4-6 weeks from the time you … Read more
Yes. Solar energy flows on the regular electric grid. When more solar energy is produced than you’re using, it gets fed into the grid. When not enough solar energy is produced, the grid will provide you with electricity from traditional sources. It’s OK if your panels are sometimes producing more than you need, and other … Read more