Evolution of the Yeti

EVOLUTION OF THE GOAL ZERO YETI

A decade ago, we set a new category of portable power in motion. We began to push the boundaries of how and where power can be used with the creation of our very first portable solar power solution. In 2012, we celebrated the launch of our original, award-winning Goal Zero Yeti power station and five years later changed the game once again with the launch of our Yeti Lithium. We’ve tested our Yetis in the toughest, most extreme environments around the world and put them to work in our own homes, to help keep our families safe and comfortable in an emergency.

Today, we’re proud to offer a full lineup of Yeti power stations that are well-equipped to power everything from phones and tablets to power tools and fridges. And we’re not stopping here. As we continue to lead the portable power space, we’re already working on the next iteration of our Yeti line that will pave the way for an even more connected future.

As we move ahead into the future, it’s exciting to look back and see where we came from. Our humanitarian roots motivated the creation of our first portable power solution, and continue to inspire the work we do today. Read on to learn more about our beginnings and the evolution of the Goal Zero Yeti.

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