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The big guys are playing poker with the world's energy supply, to see who chickens out first. Anything could happen in the short term, but in the long term the result is the same: the world will start running out of oil sooner than later. I presume in 10 years oil will trade above $200 and the necessary increase in energy supply will come from a mix of all other sources available out there, solar being one of them, and SPWR is today one of the best companies in the industry. I believe we will use oil until the very last drop we can get hold of, perhaps in the end (50 years from now?) it will be just as a raw material instead of burning it stupidly for energy, but the oil industry will live strong for a long time.In any case my guess is as good as anyone else's.
As good as SolarCity and more under-the-radar where I like to "fly".
Sunpower is selling at a discount due to low oil prices. We may have seen the bottom of oil prices but even if we haven't it's safe to assume that oil will eventually increase and with the oil price SWPR, and other solar companies, will increase in value.
solar energy as a sector will perform great over the ultra long term as the world moves towards greater sustainability and energy efficiency. SPWR with it's cutting edge research and industry leading products, coupled with industry and geography diversification is best placed to benefit from this trend.
Their partnership with Google should help them cash in on the future of energy
Sunpower produces the highest quality panels in the industry and they are ready to raise the bar. The US tariff is good news, the fact that they are teaming up with home makers is good news and when the price of oil keeps going up, it continues to play into the most advanced PV company out there.
Burst of activity followed by so what attitude, stock languishes.
SunPower is in a great position to sell solar power internationally and already has. This first/best-in-the-market position definitely gives the company and edge over the other American solar companies.
With the most efficient system on the market, quality will always outperform others.
SunPower will outperform the S&P for several reasons. The combination of a rapidly growing solar market, SunPower's strength in both utility and residential projects, the efficiency advantage of SunPower's PV cells, and the support of Total will fuel rapid growth over the next 10 years.
Good momentum and fundamentals. Industry efficiency leader
American solar. After Chinese import tax kicks in, will be profitable just from CA and AZ solar alone.
The demand for the technology is only going to increase. A favorite company in the solar energy sector. Expecting substaintial stock price increase.
A very well run company that took bold, decisive & wise action to weather the 'perfect storm' that hit the solar industry ~2008-2010. They emerged lean & mean, and backed by a huge French energy giant. They make the most efficient panel in the biz and have held that lead for a long time, and the most exciting part of the story is that they are 'gettin' busy' in one of the HOTTEST businesses around: solar leasing. We are at the beginning of a revolution and everyone will have solar in the next ~10 years and Sunpower is positioned to lead the way!
Sunpower is both a manufacturer and installer. They benefit from both ends, holding leases for future revenue as well as manufacturing the highest quality highest producing solar products. They have no competition in the high efficiency arena.
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