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SunPower CEO & Chairman Talks About The Solar Leasing Boom (VIDEO)

SunPower’s main businesses is manufacturing highly efficient solar modules. However, with the solar leasing trend blowing up, SunPower has been flying into the solar leasing market. Hear SunPower CEO & Chairman Tom Werner say more about that this in the following Bloomberg TV interview:

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