In the past, solar panels were expensive and not widely available, and the panels were not able to keep up with the amount of sunlight that was coming into the United States.
In fact, many of the panels had to be replaced every two to three years.
In 2011, however, a solar panel manufacturer, SunPower, began manufacturing a new type of solar array.
That new panel would be much more powerful than any of the previous generation panels, and it would offer the same amount of energy, but it would also be much cheaper than the current generation panels.
Solar panels made by SunPower would be made of materials that have an average lifetime of about 30 years, and their average cost of electricity was just $1.50 per kilowatt-hour.
In other words, solar cells made by a company like SunPower are more efficient and less expensive than those made by an individual solar panel maker.
Now, with the launch of the $5.2 billion solar panel project that was being built in California, that solar panel technology is finally here.
The new solar panel has been dubbed the Solar Power Generation Corporation, or SPGC, and is currently being built on the campus of the University of California, Davis.
It is designed to produce power for up to 30 years.
That’s not the biggest news, but what does that mean for you?
The new solar panels will produce electricity that lasts for 30 years or more, so there will be no need for replacing solar panels every two years, according to the company.
This is not just good news for the energy-hungry Californians who can now get more energy from their homes, but also good news to solar panel manufacturers who are now able to get more money from their customers.
So how does this new solar technology compare to the old ones?
The panels produced by the SPGC will be much bigger, and they will have a longer life, too.
In addition, solar power is a lot cheaper.
According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the average solar panel costs about $1,500.
Even so, solar energy is still not cheap in many places.
In the U.S., the average cost for electricity in the U