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SunPower Corporation, an integrated solar products and solutions company, designs, manufactures, and delivers solar electric systems for residential, commercial, and utility-scale power plant customers worldwide. The company offers solar cells and panels; inverters; rooftop solar products, such as solar roof tile system and solar roof tiles; ground-mounted solar power products comprising tracker system, modular solar power blocks, and fixed tilt parking structures; and mounting structures, charge controllers, grid interconnection equipment, and other devices. It also provides end-to-end management services for project lifecycle, including site assessment, financing support, project development, and full-scale environmental and construction permitting through engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning. In addition, the company offers power plant operations and maintenance services, such as field-based preventative maintenance services, utility-quality data co llection, performance monitoring, and diagnostic and performance reporting services, as well as lifecycle asset planning and management. It serves investors, financial institutions, project developers, electric utilities, independent power producers, … Continue reading

Opinion about SPWR from top advisors

  • Lisa Levin's opinion about SPWR

  • Energy shares climbed by 1.10 percent in trading on Tuesday. Meanwhile, top gainers in the sector included Helix Energy Solutions Group Inc (NYSE: HLX), and SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR).

  • Travis Hoium's opinion about SPWR

  • Across the board, solar stocks had a rough year in 2016, despite the installation boom. SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR), First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), Vivint Solar (NYSE:VSLR), and Sunrun (NASDAQ:RUN) are all down significantly since the start of 2016. And SolarCity would be in the same boat if it weren't for its buyout by Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA). 

  • Travis Hoium's opinion about SPWR

  • But knowing that new buildings have to have solar would help lower sales costs, and having the cost of solar rolled into a mortgage would lower financing costs, as well. The result should be a combination of lower costs for solar buyers and/or higher margins for installers. What companies will want to do next is partner with builders to efficiently sell their systems, which is where it's notable that SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) already has partnerships with seven of the 10 largest homebuilders in the country. That could be an advantage if the California mandate passes.