Sunpower and Goldman Sachs awarded New York City’s single-largest solar energy project at JFK International Airport

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that New York City’s single-largest solar energy project, an installation at John F. Kennedy International Airport, has been awarded to SunPower Corporation and Goldman Sachs Renewable Power Group.

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SunPower to acquire SolarWorld Americas

U.S. based solar energy company SunPower announced on April 18 an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the Hillsboro, Oregon-based SolarWorld Americas, the largest U.S. crystalline-silicon solar manufacturer. SunPower plans to inject fresh capital into the SolarWorld Americas facility and implement leading-edge, high-efficiency P-Series solar panel manufacturing technology. Read more

Toyota Installs Largest On-Site Corporate Solar Array in Texas

U.S. based solar company SunPower announced in October that it had completed in under six months the installation of a 8.79 megawatt solar system spanning across four parking garages at Toyota Motor North America‘s new 100-acre headquarters in Plano, Texas. SunPower was also responsible for the original design of the solar system.

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YieldCo Formed by First Solar and SunPower seeks $483 Million in stock offering

8point3 Energy Partners LP, a limited partnership formed by First Solar and SunPower Corporation to own and operate a portfolio of selected solar energy generation assets, announced last week that it has commenced an initial public offering (IPO) of Class A shares representing limited partner interests in 8point3 Energy Partners.

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Stanford Solar Generating Station to be designed and built by SunPower

Stanford University has entered into an agreement with SunPower to build a 68-megawatt peak solar plant on approximately 300 acres in California. The solar farm, which will be called the Stanford Solar Generating Station, will be composed of more than 150,000 high-efficiency SunPower solar panels and is expected to provide half of all campus electricity.

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