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SunPower Corp Acquires Blue Raven Solar
Sunpower Corp. Will Replace Cimarex Energy In S&P Midcap 400
Toll Brothers And SunPower Announce Exclusive Agreement To Provide Solar And Storage To Toll Brothers Homes In California
SunPower Corporation is a provider of distributed generation storage and energy services. The Company offers solar + storage solution. It offers Equinox residential market product, a solar platform utilizing alternating current (AC) panel architecture, and EnergyLink monitoring hardware to combine solar power production and energy management, allowing residential customers to complete the system installations and to ensure always-on connectivity so homeowners can access the data anytime, anywhere. The Company offers the SunPower InvisiMount residential mounting system in its product portfolio. It also offers Helix commercial market products. The Helix system is a pre-engineered, modular solution that combines its solar module technology with integrated plug-and-play power stations, cable management systems, and mounting hardware that is built to last and fast to install, enabling customers to scale the solar programs with minimal business disruption.
51 Rio Robles
SAN JOSE, CA
Thomas H. Werner
Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Manavendra S. Sial
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Jeffrey W. Waters
Chief Executive Officer - SunPower Technologies
Regan J. Macpherson
Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer
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U.S. solar company SunPower Corp on Wednesday backed its financial forecasts for this year and next, citing strong residential demand for both panels and battery storage and support for renewable energy from the administration of President Joe Biden.
U.S. solar panel maker SunPower Corp said on Thursday Chief Executive Tom Werner will retire after 18 years with the company, and will be succeeded by former Amazon.com Inc executive Peter Faricy.
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U.S. solar stocks rose on Friday after U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said in the final pre-election debate on Thursday night that if elected he plans to transition to a more climate-friendly economy.
U.S. solar panel maker SunPower Corp <SPWR.O> on Monday said it had temporarily stopped production at all of its factories in five countries as the coronavirus outbreak ravages demand for its products.
* SUNPOWER ANNOUNCES ACTIONS TO ADDRESS COVID-19 MARKET DISRUPTION
U.S. solar company SunPower <SPWR.O> said on Monday it will split into two publicly traded companies, separating most of its solar panel manufacturing operations from storage and energy services, sending its shares up as much as 15%.
Solar cell and panel maker SunPower on said Monday it would split into two separate publicly traded companies. The companies will be called SunPower and Maxeon Solar Technologies, and Tom Werner will continue as the chief executive officer of SunPower, it said.
U.S. solar company SunPower Corp is suing a former senior executive, accusing him of stealing the company's proprietary information to help his new employer, Standard Industries, build a rooftop solar business.
SunPower Corp is seeking a strategic partner for its solar panel manufacturing business, an arrangement that could allow it to expand the U.S. factory it acquired last year, Chief Executive Tom Werner said on Wednesday.
The Yucatan peninsula, dividing the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean, is among Mexico's top destinations for renewable energy firms thanks to its strong winds and sunny climate. Home to bustling tourist resorts such as Cancun, the area is also a big energy consumer.
U.S. solar company SunPower Corp <SPWR.O> on Tuesday lowered its 2018 forecast after some customers delayed equipment purchases due to a freefall in the market price of panels that was instigated by solar policy changes in top market China.
U.S. solar company SunPower Corp on Tuesday lowered its 2018 forecast because of delays in equipment sales for solar power plants.
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