Motley Fool  Feb 23  Comment 
Residential solar is the one bright spot in SunPower's portfolio, and it may lead the company's comeback.
Motley Fool  Feb 22  Comment 
A complex strategy to win back utility solar business is playing out at SunPower.
Motley Fool  Feb 21  Comment 
Will another project signing be what SunPower's shares need to build a sustainable solar business?
Motley Fool  Feb 18  Comment 
Small-scale solar is becoming a point of strength for SunPower, but its large utility-scale projects are still a headache.
Motley Fool  Feb 17  Comment 
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Motley Fool  Feb 17  Comment 
Could one new supply agreement be the breakout SunPower needs?
Benzinga  Feb 17  Comment 
SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR) shares are trading higher by $0.66 (9.5 percent) at $7.42 in Friday's session. The issue has recouped all of its losses from Thursday's session, falling from $7.25 to $6.76, on the heels of a Q4 EPS miss of...
Forbes  Feb 17  Comment 
SunPower, the second largest U.S. solar panel manufacturer, published a challenging set of fourth quarter 2016 results, posting a wider than expected loss, while guiding lower than expected revenues for next quarter, on account of oversupply and...
Benzinga  Feb 16  Comment 
Analyst reactions to this solar company's results were mixed. But short interest has been on the rise in recent periods. The share price fell between the most recent settlement dates. The better than expected fourth-quarter revenue...


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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