SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) has once again raised the bar by introducing the highest-power solar panels available today for the residential market. In the United States, the company has launched its Next Generation Technology home solar panel called A-Series, delivering 400 and 415 watts of power. In Europe and Australia, homeowners can also now order a 400-watt solar panel from SunPower called Maxeon® 3. Each is the first home solar panel to deliver more than 400 watts in its region and is designed to deliver 60 percent more energy in the same amount of roof space over the first 25 years compared to conventional solar.
“SunPower is introducing the world’s first 400-watt residential solar panels as most in the industry are just crossing the 300-watt threshold for home solar,” said Jeff Waters, CEO of the SunPower Technologies business unit. “Our record-breaking cell technology and innovative research and development efforts have enabled us to fit more power capacity on rooftops than we ever have before. Our growing panel portfolio is delivering unprecedented value across global markets that goes unmatched by any other residential solar technology currently available.”
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As hundreds of admiring fans bid Wilmer Valderrama an enthusiastic farewell as he headed to the airport in Brownsville, Texas, it was clear this is a passionate community filled with people who are proud of their home, heritage and stories. Johnnie Walker joined forces with Valderrama, celebrated actor, director and activist, to travel to the U.S.-Mexico border to showcase the stories of Americans raised in close proximity to the border and the impact of cross-cultural influences on their personal progress.
This journey to the U.S.-Mexico border was part of Johnnie Walker’s new campaign, Keep Walking America, which celebrates the cultural progress and diversity that is shaping the new face of America today. While on the border, Valderrama got up close and personal with the people and places that define this iconic border town. He walked the fence-line of the border along the Rio Grande, witnessed the daily ebb and flow of people crossing the International Bridge, and spoke with several hometown heroes to learn about their dreams, struggles and stories of personal progress.
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Nintendo baja el precio de venta sugerido al público de su sistema Wii™ a $149.99 e incluye un juego de Mario™ con la consola. A partir del 15 de mayo, el sistema Wii —con nuevo precio— estará disponible en blanco o negro e incluirá el juego Mario Kart™ Wii y un accesorio Wii Wheel™ del mismo color. Estos reemplazarán a los juegos que se incluían anteriormente Wii Sports™ y Wii Sports Resort™.
Ese mismo día, Nintendo lanzará la nueva colección Nintendo® Selects de juegos para Wii, un conjunto de juegos populares que millones de personas ya han disfrutado, a un precio de venta sugerido al público de $19.99. Los cuatro juegos que no pueden faltar —incluidos en esta colección— son The Legend of Zelda™: Twilight Princess, Animal Crossing™: City Folk, Mario™ Super Sluggers y Wii Sports — el cual por primera vez estará disponible a la venta por separado. Los padres y los fanáticos de los videojuegos ahora pueden ampliar fácilmente su biblioteca de divertidos juegos para Wii para toda la familia.
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After successful exploration runs in 2013 and 2015 the Dutch polar cruise company Oceanwide Expeditions has announced two new expeditions to the Ross Sea in 2017. The ice-strengthened vessel “Ortelius” will be accommodated with helicopters for the two Antarctica cruises, sailing from the South-American continent to the Antarctic Peninsula, crossing the Polar Circle, further west to Peter I Island, sailing in the Bellingshausen sea along the ice-edge of “deep Antarctica” into the Ross Sea. The voyage continues to the uninhabited sub-Antarctic Campbell Island and ends after 32 days in New Zealand. The second cruise offers the same itinerary, but in reverse.
The Ross Sea Challenge
The Ross Sea region of Antarctica has always presented a dream but also a challenge to visit to explorers. The Ross Ice Shelf prevents a full seasonal operation and distances are enormous. Apart from the extremes, landing sites are still difficult to reach. “With the advantages of the “Ortelius” in combination with the use of helicopters, our travelers are having some great opportunities exploring Antarctica’s most fascinating sites”, says CEO Michel van Gessel.
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Vayama (www.vayama.com), a leading online travel agency uniquely focused on international travel, is crossing the United States as part of the Vayama Go Somewhere Tour. This 12-market U.S. campaign is designed to inspire people to think about where in the world they’d like to travel and help them get one step closer to making that dream a reality. The centerpiece of the Go Somewhere Tour is an 18-foot custom-designed truck that serves as a hub for global discovery and travel inspiration at each event along the way. The next stop on the Go Somewhere Tour is Houston, TX on May 9.
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In Trojan Horse, cybersecurity expert Jeff Aiken is drawn into a in a globe crossing race against international forces bent on using cyberweapons to protect the development of a weapon that, if completed, could lead the world to the brink of world war three. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/H3mGbU Thriller
Trekking through the Himalaya (with a short stop at Mt. Everest’s base camp), sailing the Ganges River, crossing the North Pacific Ocean on a container ship, meditating with monks in a Tibetan monastery – these are not the typical activities you might expect during a family vacation with two young children. But the Kirkby family is on an extraordinary adventure halfway around the globe – and inviting everyone to come along. Travel Channel’s mesmerizing and cinematic new series, “Big Crazy Family Adventure,” premiering Sunday, June 21 with back-to-back episodes at 9:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, follows wilderness guide, writer and award-winning photographer Bruce Kirkby throughout this epic trip – from his home in Kimberley, British Columbia, to a remote monastery in the Himalaya – with his wife, Christine Pitkanen, and their two young boys: Bodi, 7 and Taj, 3. There’s just one catch: on their 13,000-mile adventure they won’t be taking ANY airplanes. To fully experience the life-changing and serendipitous moments that exploring the world provides, they’ll get to their final destination through surface travel only – canoe, container ship, ferry, high-speed train, river boat, tuk tuk, pony, their own eight feet and more. The series is comprised of nine, hour-long episodes.
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The Texas Tenors are the No.1 Vocal Group
in the history of America's Got Talent and have been touring non-stop
for the past three years criss-crossing the globe..selling out concerts
and breaking records wherever they go! Don't this spectacular one of a
kind show! This video features THE CLIMB and YOU SHOULD DREAM from THE
TEXAS TENORS' upcoming album YOU SHOULD DREAM!
Click: http://www.sotpband.com SOTP: Jack Locker: Rhythm Guitar, Duncan MacFarlane: Vox, Blake Price: Lead Guitar, Joey Oddo: Bass, Ty Dennis: Drums / Sol Mates music video Thanx to feat Yana Rusakevich, a talented theatrical performer who's like a modern day Joan of Arc but from Belarus.
Special Thanx to Benyeuda (Tomer) -- the "Anteater sign" (Brazil), Roger Manrique -- the "Giant Anteater crossing" (Venezuela), Bio-tours available at: www.andigena.org John Mannette -- '71 Buick Skylark convertible (USA). Video Editing by Tom Daniels.Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved. SOTPBAND.COM