In this paper, an energy efficient resource allocation is investigated to enhance the network performance of cellular networks. Specifically, the small cells (SCs) using both green and on-grid energy and the power splitter-enabled wireless charging for user equipments (UEs) are considered. A quality-of-service (QoS)-constrained problem is then designed to maximize energy efficiency (EE) through the joint strategies of power allocation, resource block (RB) assignment, and power splitting ratio adjustment. By exploiting some mathematical transformations, the non-convex optimization problem can be solved by adopting the proposed joint wireless charging and hybrid power based resource allocation (JWHRA) algorithm. The efficiency of proposed algorithm is validated via simulation. Numerical results show that the proposed JWHRA scheme can provide higher EE with its joint design on wireless charging and hybrid energy source.