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SunPower makes going solar simple from the comfort of your home.

There has never been a better time to consider solar. Advancements in solar technology have made it more affordable, and advancements in battery technologies are giving customers greater energy independence.

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Power, product, and service, SunPower has you covered.

SunPower covers 100% of repair or replacement costs, while conventional solar warranties don’t.* Labor, shipping, parts – They have you covered for 25 years.* Plus they guarantee that your panels won’t lose more than 8% of their original power output in 25 years. Compare that to 19% for conventional solar.

If you’re thinking about going solar, you’re probably wondering: Is solar cost effective? Is my roof suitable for solar panels? Will solar energy generate enough electricity to power my home? Who makes the best solar panels?

Is My House a Good Candidate for Solar Panels?

But first, it’s important to explore if solar panels for your home make sense. Here are some key questions we ask anyone interested in buying or leasing a solar energy system to make sure their home is best suited for making power with solar panels.

Solar Array Definition

Want to know all about solar panels, solar systems and how they all work together? SunPower simplifies solar with their easy to understand Solar 101 resource.

Solar energy works by capturing the sun’s energy and turning it into electricity for your home or business.

Our sun is a natural nuclear reactor. It releases tiny packets of energy called photons, which travel the 93 million miles from the sun to Earth in about 8.5 minutes. Every hour, enough photons impact our planet to generate enough solar energy to theoretically satisfy global energy needs for an entire year.

SunPower Solar From Home

SunPower Solar From Home

Currently photovoltaic power accounts for only five-tenths of one percent  of the energy consumed in the United States. But solar technology is improving and the cost of going solar is dropping rapidly, so our ability to harness the sun’s abundance of energy is on the rise.

A 2017 report from the International Energy Agency shows that solar has become the world’s fastest-growing source of power – marking the first time that solar energy’s growth has surpassed that of all other fuels. In the coming years, we will all be enjoying the benefits of solar-generated electricity in one way or another.