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1 1 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Before You Begin Please note that the following slides require your customization (indicated by carrots, or a box with dotted lines ) All agenda slides Slide 2 Slide 4 Slide 9 Slide 12 Slides 16, 17 (right-click on the chart to edit data) Slide 19 Slide 21 Slide 27

2 2 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved September XX, 2008 DEALER LOGO

3 3 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

4 4 © SunPower 2008 Who is ? Dealer Name Address City, State, Zip Phone Over xx years experience installing solar systems Specialize in residential solar electric systems etc… Full service solar contractor (Contractor License #xxxxxx) xxxxxx of solar electric systems installed. Better Business Bureau member (other associations?) Other selling points Installation photo 1Installation photo 2 DEALER LOGO

5 5 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

6 6 © SunPower 2008 Eliminate or significantly reduce your electricity bills Hedge against rising and volatile electricity prices Flexible financing options Reduced carbon footprint & zero emissions Be part of the solution! Over 30 years, a 5kW system will benefit the environment equivalent to planting 30 acres of trees or not driving 237,000 miles Economic, Environmental and Social Benefits of Solar

7 7 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

8 8 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Overview Over a quarter century of experience Over 500 large-scale systems on 4 continents Publicly traded (NASDAQ) with top-tier financing partners Over 85 patents and 25 years of R&D 4,000 Employees: all we do is solar World record cell efficiency Aesthetically pleasing all-black panels Over 300 dealers and growing rapidly worldwide 25-year warranty on performance 10-year warranty on product Established and Proven Technology Leaders

9 9 © SunPower 2008 Vertical Integration Benefits Polysilicon Ingot Solar Cell Wafer Solar Panel Best in Class Dealer Network DEALER LOGO

10 10 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Provides Solar Wherever You Need It CommercialPower Plants Commercial Install Base in North America Solar Power Plants in North America Largest Residential Residential Install Base in North America Largest

11 11 © SunPower 2008 Worlds Most Efficient Solar Products Up to 50% More Higher Efficiency = More Power (kW/ft 2 )

12 12 © SunPower Backed by a Name You Can Trust SunPower Authorized Dealers: Are commitment to quality and customer service, so that you get the highest return on your investment. Share SunPower's dedication to providing the most efficient solar systems to homeowners nationwide. Can offer residential customers SunPower's exclusive financing program, which can make solar energy an even more affordable investment. 12 Insert quote from happy customer

13 13 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

14 14 © SunPower 2008 How Solar Works

15 15 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

16 16 © SunPower 2008 Local Utility Rates Electricity is priced by tier & billed by the Kilowatt hour (kWh) Usage above $42/month is in tiers 3 and above

17 17 © SunPower 2008 What is time-of-use net metering? Electricity is credited or billed depending on time of day On-peak electric rates are 3+ times off-peak rate Enables system to be sized 35% smaller for same benefit E7 on-peak rates apply noon thru 6 PM, Monday – Friday. All other times are off-peak Summer: May – Oct Winter: Nov – Apr 17

18 18 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

19 19 © SunPower 2008 State and Federal Incentives Detail State Incentive: California Solar Initiative (CSI) Choose between EPBB (one time rebate) versus PBI (rebate paid on production over 5 years) EPBB is currently at $1.90 per Watt Performance Based Incentive rebate pays 15% premium over EPBB Rebate drops based on the amount of kilowatts installed Federal Tax Credit 30% Disclaimer: Homebuyers should consult with their tax consultant, referencing the Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005, Section Tax laws are subject to change.

20 20 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

21 21 © SunPower 2008 Community Program Goal: To bring down the cost of solar with community pricing Timeline: residents must sign a solar agreement between and (2 month period recommended) Community Program Tier Agreements signed by SunPower rebate (cents/watt) Savings (after rebate) on 5kW system Tier 1:5 – 9 agreements signed$0.20$1000 Tier 2:10 – 19 agreements signed$0.30$1500 Tier 3:20 + agreements signed$0.40$

22 22 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

23 23 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Smart Financing ® 25-year home equity loans that feature: Fixed interest rates that help you keep electricity costs flat for 25 years Lines of credit that are interest-only for the first ten years, minimizing your initial monthly payment Tax-deductible interest Unsecured Loans: 5-year loans with 15 year amortization schedules that are not dependent on home equity Highly competitive interest rates * Based on 3kW AC system in San Jose, CA After tax payments, a SunPower system can cost as little as $100* a month.

24 24 © SunPower 2008 Financing Process Getting started: Easy as Call SUNPOWER and ask one of our financing experts to walk you through our financing options Complete a single loan application and submit it to your preferred financing partner The lender will notify you of your approval and help you select the best possible financing plan Apply online today! Visit financing.sunpowercorp.com To determine your personal financial benefits from a SunPower system visit:

25 25 © SunPower 2008 SunPower Proprietary and Confidential. © 2008 SunPower Corporation. All Rights Reserved Who is ? Benefits of Solar SunPower Overview How Solar Works Understanding your Utility Bill State and Federal Incentives Community Program Financing Q&A / Next Steps

26 26 © SunPower 2008 What to Expect Step 1 We will conduct a site visit to assess your roof and electricity bills Step 2 We will provide you with a tailored system proposal Step 3 After you sign a contract we will handle all state rebates and permits that are required Step 4 Materials will be delivered to your home in a safe, secure storage unit Step 5 System is installed

27 27 © SunPower 2008 Q&A / Next Steps Speak to any representative here, call or visit Set-up a free site evaluation

28 28 © SunPower 2008 Thank you for coming!

29 29 © SunPower 2008 Appendix

30 30 © SunPower 2008 Greater Power from the Same Roof Area Thin Film 4.4% 219kW 205,100 kWh Conventional 12.8% 319kW 468,277 kWh 1,553 Conventional 208 W Panels 25 Fixed Tilt Racking System Thin Film Amorphous Integrated Roof Membrane 2,146 SunPower 300 Panels T10 Commercial Roof Tile 880,395 kWh SunPower 18.4% 644kW

31 31 © SunPower © SunPower 2008 SunPower Produces More Power BP Mono C-SI Sanyo Hit-SI SunPower Mono-C-SI Solarworld Multi-C-SI 1580 Average AC Energy Yield (KWHAC / KWPRATED) Footnote: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Cyprus & University of Stuttgart, in Nicosia, Cyprus.

32 32 © SunPower © SunPower 2008 ConventionalSunPower A-300SunPower Gen 2 = Average production efficiency Thin Film SunPower Manufactures Highest Efficiency Cells Solar Cell Efficiency Comparison 22.4% In Production Today


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