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SeekingAlpha  Sep 11  Comment 
By Sandro Mijatovic: I recently posted an instablog analyzing the state of solar in the United States. The conclusions reached in the blog can be summarized as follows: solar is growing explosively, the government is very involved in the industry,...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 9  Comment 
By Anup Singh: SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR), the second-largest U.S. solar manufacturer, has been on a terrific run in 2014. The stock has appreciated an impressive 29% so far in 2014. However, SunPower shares dipped after the company disappointed Wall...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 2  Comment 
By Bulls On Parade: SunPower's (NASDAQ:SPWR) project development business has been the main driving force of the entire company's performance for the past two years. The company has a number of projects to its name, one of which is the Solar Star...
Motley Fool  Aug 31  Comment 
SunPower's advantage over its competitors comes down to how it makes the world's most efficient solar panel. I'll outline what makes SunPower's panels different and if this is a durable competitive advantage.
Forbes  Aug 29  Comment 
The company has been working on projects such as the 579 megawatt Solar Star – one of the worlds largest solar projects – and has also been scaling up its project pipeline overseas, with the help of its parent company Total S.A. Overall, the...
MarketWatch  Aug 25  Comment 
Shares of SunPower rise modestly after news Verizon Communications contracted with the solar developer to expand its solar energy use.
StreetInsider.com  Aug 19  Comment 
Visit StreetInsider.com at http://www.streetinsider.com/Corporate+News/SunPower+%28SPWR%29+Launches+New+Pilot+Leasing+Program+in+Australia/9765091.html for the full story.
SeekingAlpha  Aug 12  Comment 
By Shareholders Unite: Perhaps our best pick was SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) at $4.40 a couple of years ago. The shares have been on a tear, reaching more than $40 before earnings when we argued that some cooling off was in order (here, you have to...
Motley Fool  Aug 7  Comment 
Automakers Audi and VW are taking a big step to making their new electric hybrids some of the greenest on the market.




 

I bought the 30 watt solar seystm from harbor freight, it cost $129 on sale, I have it hooked up in my shed to a 115 amp hour battery. My panels have about 6 hours of direct sunlight, which adds up to 240 watts of charging into the battery. This means that I can put another 115 amp hour battery into the seystm. I want to use it to run the lights in the shed as well as an emergency supply of electricity to run cell phone chargers and a small digital tv seystm to watch the news and weather.

Above comment does not pertain to Sunpower.

Watts and amp-hours are not the same thing.

HFT's 30W solar panel system probably does not produce 30W.

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