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SunPower Brings Solar to Middle East With Total Backing
June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Being majority-owned by Europe's third-largest oil company will help SunPower Corp. bring solar power to the Middle East.
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Romney's Solar Flareout
Despite its losses, SunPower is financially solvent, and� as the same KGO-TV report cited in the Romney ad notes - the company's new majority stockholder is Total, �a French company that ranks among the top oil and energy companies in the world.�.
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Campbell Dedicates 9.8-Megawatt Solar Power System
NAPOLEON, Ohio, June 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB), BNB Renewable Energy Holdings, Enfinity America Corporation, FirstEnergy Solutions and SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWR) will today celebrate the completion of ...
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Installers on Top in Solar Field
SolarCity Corp., which installs solar-panel systems on the roofs of homes and businesses, is helping to power the growth trend in this part of the industry.
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Campbell Soup Completes Solar Project
The successful completion of the project was achieved due to the combined effort of Campbell, BNB Renewable Energy Holdings, Enfinity America Corporation, FirstEnergy Solutions and SunPower Corporation (SPWR - Analyst Report). To develop the ...
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The Enlightened Classroom
SunPower Corp. , of San Jose, Calif., is installing a total of 30 megawatts of solar-power capacity at K-12 schools in the state, which leads the nation in solar installations in part because of its long-standing subsidy program.
First Solar's Japanese-Fueled Rally is Misguided  Benzinga
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Special solar cells produce electricity from underwater sunlight
Although solar cells are proving indispensable for powering things such as electronic sensors on dry land, sensors located underwater have typically had to rely on batteries, or electricity piped in from photovoltaic panels situated above the surface ...
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Solar shares soar on Japanese subsidy announcement
Companies that are already operating in Japan, such as Suntech Power and SunPower Corp., have big advantages over others. In midafternoon trading, First Solar shares rose 64 cents, or 4.6 percent, to $14.59 and Suntech Power shares rose 17 cents, ...
Solar Panels Save You Money and Help the Environment  PlanetSave.com
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Solar Oversupply Continues
Primarily targeting the solar market, the Korean company has plans of reaching 62,000 tons of polysilicon capacity at its plant in South Korea.
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Solar Recovery 2014
3) Capacity reduction is starting to happen with the biggest solar companies like First Solar and LDK firing 20-40% of their workforces.