SunPower Equinox



Gone are the days where piecemeal solar systems were the best that could be done. The SunPower Equinox™ system is a complete home solar solution designed entirely by SunPower, producing 70% more energy over 25 years.

To us, it’s a defining moment for home solar. To you, it just works. Beautifully. Contact your top residential solar expert, SunPower by HES Solar, a SunPower Master Dealer, to learn how the SunPower Equinox system can help you reduce or eliminate your electric bill by running your household on clean, renewable energy that your home solar panels produce.

SunPower has been leading the way in solar for over 30 years—so you can have the very best for your home. You’ll get an industry-best SunPower system when you call SunPower by HES Solar at (619) 692-2015.

The SunPower Equinox™ system is thoughtfully designed for those who know that less is truly more and an integrated system not only looks elegant but functions better. You’ll get components like high-efficiency solar panels that give you 38% more power from the same space over 25 years than conventional panels so you’ll need far fewer panels to generate the same amount of energy.


SunPower’s Maxeon® solar cells capture sunlight using a unique design that allows more energy to be produced. Plus, their copper-backed design reinforces cell strength, resists corrosion, and stays reliable over the long haul to provide the best home solar production for your family. The system is engineered to cope with unpredictable weather and temperatures with, among other great features, robust connectors that flex with large and fast temperature swings. 

Your SunPower Equinox™ system keeps the energy going with engineering and build-quality ready for anything under the sun.


By engineering built-in microinverters behind each panel, the SunPower Equinox system maximizes energy production and converts sunlight into usable power immediately at the panel level. With SunPower’s microinverter technology, partially-shaded cells don’t hinder the production of the surrounding cells that remain in the sunlight, and a bulky inverter on your wall is a thing of the past.

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HES Solar places safety as our highest priority, and that extends from our employees to our customers, to anyone else we may potentially be in contact with through the course of business. Along with the safety procedures we adhere to in the normal course of our work and projects, we have instituted several safety protocols for all of our employees during these times of vigilant public health precautions due to COVID-19. 

Our employees are given temperature checks each time they enter the office, and office visits are only allowed when necessary. 

We’ve instituted remote working for all of our employees who are able to perform their job duties at home. Meetings are done through virtual meeting rooms. 

Field employees maintain a six-foot distance between themselves and fellow employees, customers, vendors, and all others unless unavoidable. 

Masks are required whenever interacting with fellow employees, customers, or the public and whenever social distancing is not possible. 

To ensure these procedures can be met, employees have been provided with face masks or face coverings, eye protection, gloves (as necessary), and foot coverings (as necessary). 

To help ensure frequent sanitizing, employees have been provided sanitizers in the form of gel, liquid, and wipes, antibacterial soap, and paper products for cleaning such as tissues and paper towels. 

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Robert Laverty

Senior Energy Consultant, Residential

Robert Laverty joined the HES team in the summer of 2018, bringing his ten years of solar design experience and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound with him. Robert is dedicated to finding solutions to help families produce and store electricity in order to reduce their reliance on grid power as well as help reduce their household’s carbon footprint. Robert’s experience as a newspaper editor as well as his involvement with the sustainability-focused Rocky Mountain Institute drives him to constantly seek out innovative ways to meet energy needs through renewable resources as well as helps him share those ideas with Southern California homeowners. When not at work or volunteering time with his church or community, Robert spends time with his wife and two sons or pursues his passion of fly fishing.
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