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SunPower Corp. has launched a new program with U.S. Bancorp to expand financing options available to homeowners interested in SunPower solar power systems.

The new program will provide financing for $100 million of residential systems, expanding leasing options in nine states. Both SunPower and U.S. Bancorp have invested in the program, which represents the companies' first renewable energy partnership.

The program is available in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont. 



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