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SunPower completes 1.7-MW solar project at Bose's Mass. headquarters

SunPower Corp. placed into service a 1.7-MW solar installation at Bose Corp.'s headquarters in Framingham, Mass.

The solar project is expected to supply a substantial portion of the Bose campus through a 20-year power purchase agreement, according to an Oct. 11 news release. SunPower will operate and maintain the solar project.