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In the U.S. residential market, Maxeon products have been the gold standard for over 17 years and have established a well known reputation for industry leading performance, quality and reliability,

SunPower has a very well established channel to market with a sales network and customer base who appreciate the benefits of our products. We are pleased to have executed a new supply agreement to continue the exclusive supply of our industry leading IBC panels through SunPower's channels into the residential markets in the U.S. and Canada through the end of 2022.

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