SunPower’s Q1 earnings show growth as the company intensifies its focus on acquisition costs and segment expansion.
Sunrun raised its installed growth rate estimate to 25-30% for the year, and said that “the strong momentum that we saw in the fourth quarter has continued into 2021.”
Shoals said it is getting faster at winning new customers: It recently converted a prospect to an order in less than 90 days.
A 100% jump in ocean freight rates will likely hit the company’s bottom line, and it details its front-row seat to the Suez Canal stuck-ship debacle.
Technology improvements and price declines have made solar and wind the least-cost option in much of the U.S. The next two to three years will be transformative, a new report said.
The electricity savings could equal the monthly cost of the 25-year loan for a residential solar system.
The report from the American Society of Civil Engineers said renewables are driving an increase in electric transmission infrastructure spending. But reliability remain a problem, as Texas can attest.
Storage, digital solutions, and the company’s distributed generation services platform will be key to its long-term growth, CEO Tom Werner said in an earnings call.
The Accelerators would seek investment and procurements in areas such as renewables, storage, transportation, transmission, resiliency, efficiency, reforestation, agriculture, and industrial de-carbonization.