SunCommon collaborates with Cal solar tech firm on bifacial PV panels

first_imgSunCommon,Vermont Business Magazine SunCommon, a Waterbury Center-based solar installer, has joined California’s Sunpreme Channel Network — a strategic partnership program designed to deliver the most advanced solar products and expertise to residential, carports and commercial clients through leading solar installers. Sunpreme carefully selects its strategic channel partners, awarding the distinction only to installers that consistently put customers first with high quality solutions.As Vermont’s largest solar company, SunCommon provides the residential, carports and commercial solar markets with the best and most reliable solar packages while delivering the highest level of installation quality. “Our customers trust us to provide technically superior products with compelling value, and know that they can count on years of our experience to deliver results. Sunpreme represents everything we look for in a premier product to inspire the customer’s enthusiasm and drive customer delight,” said James Moore, President at SunCommon. “We are honored to be recognized by Sunpreme as a Channel Partner after successfully installing projects using Sunpreme Solar Technology. Their global reputation and high standards are an endorsement of SunCommon’s commitment to our customers and to superior quality,” added Moore.”Sunpreme Channel Partnership recognizes exceptional installers for their relentless focus on providing high end solar products, superior installations and customer satisfaction. Vermont and New York Solar market are of strategic importance, and we warmly welcome SunCommon to Sunpreme Channel Partnership. We congratulate them on their commitment to high standards and helping clients reach their energy goal,” said Surinder S. Bedi, Executive Vice President for Global Quality & Reliability, System Products and Market Development at Sunpreme. “Sunpreme bifacial smart panels are an industry game changer offering customers the highest performance solar panels — with impedance matching technology and its improved lifetime yield. This complements a highly compelling product offering that integrates bifacial technology, robust product reliability and most cost effective solar electricity solution available to their strong customer base,” added Bedi.About SunCommonAs Vermont’s largest solar business, SunCommon believes that everyone has the right to a healthy environment and brighter future – and renewable energy is where it starts. Energy from the sun can power our lives and build vibrant communities. Our mission is to tear down barriers to clean energy and use our business as a force for good. SunCommon has helped over 3000 Vermonters and New Yorkers go solar at home or join a Community Solar Array and nearly 30 businesses power with solar and save.SunCommon was chartered as one of Vermont’s pioneering Benefit Corporations and is a Certified BCorp based on a rigorous third party assessment of our commitment to the triple essential point of people, planet and profit. The business is headquartered in Waterbury where most of our 70 workers operate out of Vermont’s largest net-positive office building, which produces more energy than it uses. In our first three years, SunCommon earned distinction as one of Vermont’s Best Places to Work, from the US EPA with an Environmental Merit Award, and with a Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence. For more information, please visit www.suncommon.com(link is external).About Sunpreme, Inc.Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, Sunpreme is a global solar photovoltaic company that designs, develops, and manufactures its innovative bifacial double glass panels utilizing a proprietary Hybrid Cell Technology (HCT), with efficiencies from 21.5% to 23.5%. These panels deliver the best cost performance value to clean-tech customers, worldwide. Sunpreme’s Bifacial, Smart panels are among the world’s most powerful, with STC outputs ranging from 310 to 510W before the bifacial boost of up to 15% with superior product reliability and environmental stewardship. Sunpreme was ranked among the top three performers in the entire global PV market. It has won 7 of the top 10 rankings among thin-film PV products. Sunpreme solutions are deployed in 25 countries around the world. For more information, please visit www.sunpreme.com(link is external) or contact Samantha Lam [email protected](link sends e-mail).SOURCE SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Sunpreme, Inc.last_img read more

Tom Brady makes interesting cameo in Paul Rudd’s Netflix comedy, ‘Living With Yourself’

first_imgNFL QB POWER RANKINGS: Russell Wilson new No. 1 after Patrick Mahomes injury; Sam Darnold rises quicklyAbout 9 1/2 minutes into the episode, Miles arrives at the spa — which is inside a strip mall. He sees the six-time Super Bowl champion walking out. 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 pic.twitter.com/L5V6nzX16E— Jim Murray (@bigjimmurray) October 19, 2019″First time?” Brady asks.”Uh-huh,” Miles replies. “You?””Sixth,” Brady says, smiling.This exchange may leave viewers with some questions.Last February, Patriots team owner Robert Kraft was charged with soliciting a sex worker at a strip-mall day spa  in South Florida. In the series, the Top Happy Spa clones its clients and replaces them with newer, better versions of themselves, so while the location seems eerily similar, the scene has nothing to do with the scandal.In an interview with The Wrap , director Timothy Greenberg said the scene was written in 2015, when Brady was in the midst of the Deflategate controversy.  Tom Brady plays a tiny — but interesting — role in Paul Rudd’s new Netfilix comedy series, “Living With Yourself.”The series, which premiered Friday, stars Rudd as Miles, a depressed guy who wants to upgrade his life. In Episode 1, Miles goes to a magical spa — the Top Happy Spa. “There was this implication that maybe he’s a clone and he’s cheating,” Greenberg said. “When I wrote it, he was 37 and had won four Super Bowls. And then by the time I actually make the thing, he’s now 41 and he’s just coming off his sixth Super Bowl win. So he became even more perfect.”What are the odds?All eight episodes of “Living With Yourself” are available for streaming on Netflix.last_img read more