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February 18, 2021
US solar installer SunPower reported a 2.9% increase in annual revenue in 2020 despite total installations falling 5% in what the company has described as a transformational year.
January 8, 2021
SunPower is to permanently close its solar panel assembly plant in Hillsboro, Oregon with the loss of around 170 jobs.
September 8, 2020
Coming out of stealth-mode, US-based integrated PV panel manufacturing start-up, Violet Power intends to disrupt the PV industry with in-house production of high-efficiency IBC (Interdigitated Back Contact) solar cells. The company will use cell-to-module ‘flex circuit’ and thermal plastic encapsulant technology in a glass/glass configuration that will have a solar panel warranty of 50 years, more than three times the average in the industry, today.
August 24, 2020
The latest findings from PV-Tech’s unique bankability analysis – the PV ModuleTech Bankability Ratings report – have now been completed, forming the basis of the Q3’20 rankings for leading global module suppliers. This article discusses the main findings of the new report.
July 16, 2020
SunPower’s planned Maxeon Solar Technologies spin-off and Enphase Energy have announced a collaboration to produce a new AC module, dubbed the 'Enphase Energized Maxeon AC Module'.
May 11, 2020
SunPower expects ‘material impact’ on manufacturing operations in Q2 while Vivint predicts roll-out to tank this quarter, bringing a temporary setback to both firms after relatively stable Q1.
May 6, 2020
Four-year partnership with Technology Credit Union set to bring financial reprieve to firm, forced by pandemic to idle solar factories worldwide and enact sweeping cost cuts.
April 23, 2020
The slowdown of the global economy in 2020 is ultimately going to impact the guidance and forecasting offered by all PV manufacturers during the first couple of months of the year, prior to the effects of COVID-19.
April 20, 2020
Updated: High-performance PV manufacturer SunPower has idled all of its manufacturing plants located in the US, Mexico, France, Malaysia and the Philippines to restrict the financial and operational impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 2, 2020
ROTH Capital and Wood Mackenzie analysts have updated their outlooks on COVID-19's potential impacts on the US residential and utility-scale solar markets, respectively.

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