SunPower Announced Eileen Evans as its New Chief Legal Officer


RICHMOND, Calif. : SunPower Corp. announced Eileen Evans as its new Chief Legal Officer. Evans brings more than 25 years of legal and technology business experience to SunPower including commercial transactions, merger and acquisition integration, intellectual property, litigation, investigations, compliance, and corporate matters.

Evans most recently served as chief legal and corporate affairs officer at Redaptive, a tech-enabled sustainability-as-a-service company. Prior to that, she served as deputy general counsel at Micro Focus International, a British multinational software and information technology business. Before that, Evans held roles including vice president and deputy general counsel at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Hewlett-Packard Company and associate general counsel at Oracle Corporation and Sun Microsystems, Inc.  

“Eileen brings a depth of experience at large and growing technology organizations that will be incredibly valuable as SunPower continues to expand and evolve during this time of marked growth,” said Peter Faricy, SunPower CEO. “With her strong track record and unique perspective, she will make a great addition to our world-class leadership team.” 

“I am passionate about tackling climate change, and I am excited to join the team at SunPower where I can combine this passion with my legal experience in the sustainability and technology sectors,” said Evans. “SunPower and the solar industry are at such an important inflection point; I am looking forward to the meaningful work ahead.”

Evans earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Davis and her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. She currently serves on the Boards of Directors for Torpago and the Linux Foundation.

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