YellowTin – Helping Electrify America

Explore, learn, plan and consider clean energy choices at your own pace, with your own data. (Image: Emile)
Explore, learn, plan and consider clean energy choices at your own pace, with your own data. (Image: Emile)

Corporations and municipalities are working to meet greenhouse gas emissions reductions commitments. Additionally, many states in the US have announced climate action plans with a greenhouse gas reduction target. YellowTin is here to help by providing a clean electrification platform to engage residential consumers to advance their decarbonization goals.

Why does this matter?

  • Next 10 published a 2019 California report, estimating that 35% of greenhouse gas emissions are from residences and personal transportation.
  • The current landscape of solutions is large and fragmented.
  • YellowTin enables consumers to knowledgably select clean technologies that save them money and reduce their carbon footprint.

What’s next?

  • Electrification is poised to become a key growth area in the next decade. Renewable energy projects are now the least expensive option in more than half the U.S.
  • Utilities have realized that with the advent of distributed energy resources and the need for electrification, they will have to develop and invest in consumer centric outreach. Modular and scalable, YellowTin can help utilities meet their mandates.
  • Electrification can create millions of jobs, as well as providing cost-savings for households.
  • More than 600,000 residential solar rooftop installations (3.6 GW) are projected in the next 4 years.
  • By 2025, more than 750,000 users on the YellowTin platform will achieve a cumulative GHG emissions reduction of 6 million t-CO2e, equating to carbon sequestered by about 10 Yosemite National Parks.

Future Outlook

During the next 4-8 years we will see the Biden Administration transform our energy infrastructure to create jobs, build resilience and invest in innovation.

The modern consumer will be encouraged to purchase increasingly cost effective, climate friendly technologies through outreach, incentives and programs by utilities, vendors, corporations and municipalities. All these factors will define this decade for investment and progress in a clean energy future.

By working with power providers, cities, and solar panel installers, YellowTin’s software has accelerated the adoption of clean technologies, such as residential solar, storage, electric vehicles and heat pumps, allowing customers to electrify, save money, green their power supply and reduce their own greenhouse gas emissions.

About The Author

Daniel Kriozere

Daniel Kriozere

Co-Founder at The Impact

Daniel currently works at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His original assignment was to maintain and update facility safety documentation for all facilities on-site, and perform risk analysis. Over time, his role has expanded to leading continuous improvement efforts through product management.

Concurrently, Daniel volunteers with Techstars, helping organize startup weekends, and with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, organizing events on the local and national levels of the organization. He also volunteers with One World, and previously with Powerhouse Ventures, to source and screen startups for potential investment.

Daniel holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from UC Davis, and recently completed coursework in energy innovation from Stanford. His passion is at the intersection of sustainability, innovation, and business.

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