What does the name Yeloha mean?

← 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.

I would like to become a Sun Host but have some concerns

← 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.

Do I own the solar panels?

← 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.

What’s the installation process like?

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

How long does it take to start saving?

← FAQ Once your panels are connected and producing electricity, it typically takes less than 24 hours to start saving. Your savings are provided as a credit to your utility bill. It will often take a full billing cycle before the credits begin reaching your account

Utility and Electricity Provider Partners

Industries around the world – from mobile to automotive – are going through profound transformations. The utility industry is not exempt. We believe that solar power will increasingly grow in market share, and that our Solar Sharing Network will be a significant accelerator of that change. The future is a world of collaboration and partnership, … Read more

Government Partners

Our Solar Sharing Network is new, but the response from local authorities has been greater than we ever anticipated. If you’re interested in how we can partner to strengthen your community by helping constituents reduce their energy expenses and enjoy a cleaner environment, we’d love to meet with you. Wherever is most convenient, under the … Read more

Why solar, why Yeloha?

Solar energy is sustainable and pollution free Today, two-thirds of America’s electricity comes from coal and natural gas. But solar is growing rapidly. As of 2015, about 700,000 American homes have solar panels. Businesses and municipalities are going solar too. Solar energy saves you money compared to your utility. There’s more to going solar than … Read more