Federal Government Solar Solutions

Federal Agencies Secure Our Energy Future with SunPower

Leading government officials recognize the role of renewable energy in our nation’s security and competitiveness. With new goals, EPACT 05, EO 13423 and EO 13514 now requiring 5% renewable energy usage, it is essential to seek alternatives that will also help the U.S. secure its energy independence. A SunPower® commercial solar system will allow your agency to meet these goals, take full advantage of incentives and demonstrate environmental leadership.

With over 500 large-scale solar systems installed across four continents, including one of the largest photovoltaic projects in the U.S. at Nellis Air Force Base, SunPower offers experience and expertise that are unmatched. We combine the highest-efficiency solar panel technology with proven systems capability to enable federal agencies using solar energy to hedge against future utility rate volatility and maximize savings now and into the future.


Approximately 52 MW of Solar at Federal Locations

  • 40 MW of solar installed within the Department of Defense
  • Executed first 20-year Federal Solar Power Purchase Agreement with U.S. Navy
  • Solar power solutions provider to the U.S. Government for over 12 years
  • Partner to 14 government agencies in delivering clean, reliable solar energy
  • Installer of solar energy projects across the United States and on two continents for the U.S. Government
  • Experience with EPC contracts as well as PPAs to finance solar PV projects
  • Recipient of DOE Solar America Initiative (SAI) grant to commercialize advanced solar technologies Listed on the GSA Schedule since 2007 under contract GS-07F-0325T
  • Approved for the Department of Energy’s Qualified List of Energy Service Companies
  • Compliant with the American sourcing requirement under the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule and the Buy American Act

SunPower Federal Projects Include:


“ We’re pleased that our solar plant enables the Air Force to demonstrate its leadership in reducing dependence on traditional forms of electric power. ”
– Major Don Ohlemacher,
Operations Flight Chief and Acting Commander of the 99th Civil Engineer Squadron,
Nellis Air Force Base


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