Martin DeBono

Executive Vice President and General Manager, Global Channels
Martin DeBono leads SunPower's global residential and channel businesses and blogs about residential solar trends. DeBono is a decorated Naval submarine officer, a member of Phi Beta Kappa and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of North Carolina and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.
At SunPower we stand behind our attractive, durable, powerful solar with one warranty that covers your whole system for 25 years.

How Home Solar Warranties Work

September 5th, 2017
Learn why it's important to choose a solar company that stands behind its technology with a top-notch warranty.
Installing home solar is easier than you might think. We distill the process down to a few steps.

Five-Step Guide to How Solar Panels Are Installed

July 17th, 2017
Wondering how to install home solar panels? We explain the process in this quick five-step guide, the second in a three-part blog series about solar panel installation.
When you're shopping for home solar panels, you're really choosing a solar installer you can trust to custom design the best solar system for your home.

Want the Best Solar Panels? Choose the Right Solar Installer

June 20th, 2017
Wondering where to buy solar panels? Well if you choose the right solar installer, that part of going solar won't be difficult. 
Why go solar now? Because the sooner you do, the sooner opening your electric bill will give you a reason to smile.

Why Go Solar Now? Savings and Other Solar Energy Benefits

April 25th, 2017
Want to enjoy opening your electric bill? Think about investing in a home solar system. While you might be tempted to wait, here are some reasons why it might make sense to switch to solar now.
SunPower solar panels seen here on two East Coast houses were still making electricity even during super storm Jonas last January.

Do Solar Panels Work in Winter?

December 6th, 2016
Learn how solar panels work in winter and how to boost your solar panels’ winter performance by removing snow and choosing technology designed to hold up to the weather.
If you think the type of solar panels you put on your roof isn't important, think again. What your solar panels are made of can make them more efficient.

Going Solar? What Type of Panels Should You Choose?  

November 2nd, 2016
Some solar companies say the type of panels on your roof doesn’t matter because you are only buying the energy they produce. But when you’re making such an important investment in your home — whether you lease your solar system or buy it — quality and performance are still important.

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A home with SunPower solar panels.

How Many Solar Panels Do You Need: Panel Size and Output Factors

At SunPower we stand behind our attractive, durable, powerful solar with one warranty that covers your whole system for 25 years.

How Home Solar Warranties Work

Installing home solar is easier than you might think. We distill the process down to a few steps.

Five-Step Guide to How Solar Panels Are Installed

When you're shopping for home solar panels, you're really choosing a solar installer you can trust to custom design the best solar system for your home.

Want the Best Solar Panels? Choose the Right Solar Installer

Why go solar now? Because the sooner you do, the sooner opening your electric bill will give you a reason to smile.

Why Go Solar Now? Savings and Other Solar Energy Benefits

SunPower solar panels seen here on two East Coast houses were still making electricity even during super storm Jonas last January.

Do Solar Panels Work in Winter?

If you think the type of solar panels you put on your roof isn't important, think again. What your solar panels are made of can make them more efficient.

Going Solar? What Type of Panels Should You Choose?  

SunPower solar panels were used by NASA on an unmanned vehicle used for icecap research in Greenland.

Solar That’s Tough Enough for NASA is Tough Enough for Your Roof

The California Public Utilities Commission is going to change how utilities give credit to homeowners for solar power.

California Utilities Changing Rules for Rooftop Solar Credits

How Many Solar Panels Will I Need?

How solar energy works

Solar 101: How Does Solar Energy Work?