Discover Portable Power Stations
At home or outside your mobile basecamp, these portable power stations provide backup electric power and solar energy storage for big power demands.
No Noise. No Fumes. Big Power.
With a variety of high-powered outputs, storage capacities, and multiple ways to recharge, a Goal Zero Yeti Portable Power Station will keep your gear running, indoors and out. Our award-winning line of power stations give you power at the push of a button, all without the noise, fumes, or maintenance of a traditional gasoline-powered generator.
Yeti Power vs. Gas GeneratorView comparison chart
Yeti Power Stations
Clean, Quiet, Fume-Free
Battery powered. Solar rechargeable. No gasoline, toxic fumes, or noise/vibration during operation.
Simply keep it plugged into the wall or solar panel to extend battery life.
Efficient, No Lost Power
Power is stored and consumed as needed, maximizing output.
Lower Cost of Ownership
Costs 40% less than popular gasoline powered inverter generators over its lifetime.
Gasoline or diesel storage necessary for operation, resulting in toxic fumes and noise hazard.
Requires changing spark plugs and oil, and cleaning combustion chambers and fuel lines.
Potential for Power Loss
Operates at full power regardless of load, consuming unnecessary fuel.
Higher Cost of Ownership
Fuel requirements and maintenance schedule drives up cost of ownership during its lifetime.
How Will You Use Your Yeti?
How many times will it recharge my device?
|Goal Zero Yeti 3000X Portable Power Station||253 Recharges||51 Recharges||61 Recharges||31 Hours||55 Hours|
|Goal Zero Yeti 1500X Portable Power Station||127 Recharges||51 Recharges||31 Recharges||15 Hours||28 Hours|
|Goal Zero Yeti 500X Portable Power Station||42 Recharges||17 Recharges||10 Recharges||8 Hours||N/A|
|Goal Zero Yeti 200X Portable Power Station||16 Recharges||6 Recharges||4 Recharges||N/A||N/A|
Choosing a Solar Panel
*Charge times depicted in the "Yeti + Solar Charge Times" table assumes standard conditions of 75 degrees and 1000 watts/meter squared solar radiance. The lower end of the range requires frequent repositioning towards the sun, which results in the fastest charge times. The high end of the range presumes the panel is in a fixed position, which results in longer charge times.