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StreetInsider.com  Apr 3  Comment 
Visit StreetInsider.com at http://www.streetinsider.com/Corporate+News/SunPower+%28SPWR%29%2C+Hannon+Armstrong+%28HASI%29+%2442M+Financing+Arrangement+%3D+Closed/9348253.html for the full story.
Forbes  Mar 28  Comment 
We think that the deal would allow SunPower to take a small, but significant step into the burgeoning Chinese utility scale solar market, which has so far eluded most large Western solar companies. This deal would also serve as a crucial...
TheStreet.com  Mar 26  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- A new day has dawned for solar company SunPower and I recommend buying this stock. Why? Consider: Back in mid-2013, TheStreet's Jim Cramer urged investors to "sell, sell, sell" SunPower. Two days ago, Baird raised its...
StreetInsider.com  Mar 25  Comment 
Visit StreetInsider.com at http://www.streetinsider.com/Corporate+News/SunPower+%28SPWR%29+Enters+70-MW%2B+Sales+Agreement+with+Huaxia+Concentrated/9315486.html for the full story.
TheStreet.com  Mar 24  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Baird raised SunPower's price target to $42 from $38 and maintained an "outperform" rating for the stock in a note published Monday. Baird maintains that SolarPower "remains our favorite long-term solar investment."While...
SeekingAlpha  Mar 13  Comment 
By Trefis: SunPower (SPWR), one of North America's largest solar companies, intends to issue bonds backed by solar assets later this year, according to a report by Reuters. [1] We believe that the bonds, which will be backed by solar leases,...
Forbes  Mar 12  Comment 
We believe that the bonds, which will be backed by solar leases, could potentially allow the company to tap into a cheaper and potentially larger pool of capital, allowing it to grow its residential solar leasing business.
StreetInsider.com  Feb 13  Comment 
Visit StreetInsider.com at http://www.streetinsider.com/Corporate+News/SunPower+%28SPWR%29+Entes+Solar+System+Agreement+with+Meritage+Homes+%28MTH%29/9168607.html for the full story.
MarketWatch  Feb 13  Comment 
Shares of SunPower Corp. shake off early weakness to rise on Thursday, a day after the solar energy company posted fourth-quarter results that impressed Wall Street.




 

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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