The Highly Anticipated Next Generation Technology Solar Panel. A Newly Named A-Series, otherwise known as Maxeon®. It is Now Available at 400 and 415 Watts for Homeowners in America
Also, in Europe and Australia, the Company’s Maxeon® 3 Solar Panel is Now Available at 400 Watts for Homeowners.
SAN JOSE, Calif., March 5, 2019/ PRNewswire/ — SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) has once again raised the bar by introducing the highest-power solar panels available today for the residential market. Inthe United States, the company has launched its Next Generation Technology home solar panel called A-Series. Thereby delivering 400 and 415 watts of power. In Europe and Australia, homeowners can also now order a 400-watt solar panel from SunPower called Maxeon® 3.
Furthermore, each is the first home solar panel to deliver more than 400 watts in its region. Also it is designed to deliver 60 percent more energy in the same amount of roof space. Best part it’s over the first 25 years.
That’s compared to conventional solar.
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“SunPower is introducing the world’s first 400-watt residential solar panels as most in the industry are just crossing the 300-watt threshold for home solar,” saidJeff Waters, CEO of the SunPower Technologies business unit. “Our record-breaking cell technology and pioneering research and development efforts have enabled us to fit more power capacity on rooftops than we ever have before. Our growing panel portfolio is delivering unprecedented value across global markets that goes unmatched by any other residential solar technology now available.”
A-Series Solar Panel Engineered from SunPower’s Next Generation Technology SunPower is well-known for its patentedMaxeon solar cellsbuilt on a solid copper foundation for high reliability and performance. They make SunPower® solar panels almost impervious to the corrosion and cracking that typically cause conventional panels to break down. In fact, SunPower solar panels show to have thelowest degradation rate in the industry.
So an A-Series panels built with SunPower’s fifth-generation Maxeon solar cells. For it’s called Gen 5. One which perfected at the company’sSilicon Valley Research Facility. This discovery Next Generation Technology required new materials, tools and processes. Also it resulted in a 65 percent larger cell. Larger than earlier generations that absorbs more sunlight and ultimately offers more savings to homeowners.
Combined with Maxeon Gen 5 solar cells is one of the industry’s highest-powered. As well as a factory-integrated microinverter. Thereby making A-Series ideal for use with SunPower’s Equinox™ platform. So the only fully integrated residential solution designed, engineered and warranted by one manufacturer.
Delivering up to 415 watts of electricity, A-Series is also the most powerful solar panel. Most powerful that customers in America can buy for their home today.
Maxeon 3 is Most Powerful Home Solar Panel inEuropeandAustralia
In addition, SunPower also broke the 400-watt, residential solar panel barrier for homeowners. For that’s inEurope andAustralia. All with the company’s new Maxeon 3 pane. One which delivers 400 watts of power from its third-generation Maxeon solar cells. In SunPower’s core international distributed generation markets. Those which includeEurope andAustralia.
Also, the company is a leading solar provider. One that’s increasing volume at a compound annual growth rate of more than 60 percent since 2016 alone. SunPower has had particular success inEurope, doubling its market share.
A Robust Solar Panel Portfolio A-Series and Maxeon 3 join SunPower’s robust residential and commercial solar panel portfolio. All that includes Performance Series panels. These expanded options give SunPower’s extensive dealer network. All with a range of power and efficiencies to suit specific customer needs. Moreover with SunPower panels backed by its industry-leading25-year Combined Power and Product Warranty.
In conclusion, more than 10.3 gigawatts of the company’s high-reliability solar technology installed to date. All at residential, commercial and utility-scale projects globally. Collectively, therefore these SunPower® systems are expected to produce about 470 billion kilowatt-hours of solar electricity. Finally and expected over their first 25 years. Thereby offsetting carbon emissions. All from about 30 million tons of coal burned.