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EPC BUSINESS AND WORLDWIDE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

Hanwha Q CELLS Korea

EPC Business and Worldwide Project Development


Founded in 2011, Hanwha Q CELLS Korea serves as Korea’s leading provider of total solar power plant solutions, encompassing solar power cell/module manufacturing and plant development, construction, and operation. Beginning with the completion of a rooftop solar power plant in Changwon in 2011, the largest such plant in Korea at the time, we have been developing solar power plants in Korea and abroad.

In 2015, we entered the manufacturing field by establishing a solar cell manufacturing plant in Jincheon. In May 2016, we announced a plan to completely refurbish a module plant in Eumseong spun off by Hanwha Q CELLS, and the acquisition has been completed on June. Hanwha Q CELLS Korea has built more than 40 solar power plants in Korea, and these plants are now actively producing electricity.


Leveraging our experience in Korea, we are also making active inroads into overseas markets. Following the construction of 18 MWp solar power plants in Lisbon and Setubal, Portugal, in November 2013, we now work with partners in Asian countries, including Japan, to build large-scale solar power plants in the Asia Pacific region. We have also been carrying out solar power plant construction in emerging markets such as India and the Philippines.

Building on our experience in solar power plant development, EPC, and operation, accumulated through diverse projects carried out in Korea and abroad, Hanwha Q CELLS Korea is providing optimized solutions for solar power, and we will continue to grow through differentiated competitiveness and business expansion into the manufacturing field.


Seonam Sewage Treatment Center Solar Power Plant, Korea

The 3 MWp plant has been completed in Seonam Sewage Treatment Center in Seoul in 2014. It is praised for utilizing unused part of the sewage filtering facility as well as its clean energy production without greenhouse gases. The plant supplies electricity around 910 households in the region with an average consumption of 3,500 kWh each per year.


  • Application
    Power Plant
  • Date of completion
    January, 2014
  • Modules
    HSL 295 MWp, 12,000 pcs
  • Installed power output
    3.0 MWp

Youngam Techno Solar Power Plant, Korea

Hanwha Q CELLS Korea has completed 6 MWp of solar power plant in the industrial complex in Youngam, Korea in 2014. The power plant was installed on unused space along the ditch where is a long narrow channel cut into the ground at the side of the road. The plant supplies clean energy to around 1,900 households in the region with an average consumption of 7,900 kWh each per year.


  • Application
    Power Plant
  • Date of completion
    January, 2014
  • Modules
    HSL 295 MWp, 20,425 pcs
  • Installed power output
    6.0 MWp

Rose Solar Power Plant, Portugal

Hanwha Q Cells Korea has completed a utility scale project with combined capacity of 17.8 MWp. The PV cluster consists of six PV plants constructed in Loures, Montijo and Montemor-o-Novo regions. These plants are built with more than 74,000 Hanwha modules installed in ground-mounted structures, and the electricity from the PV plant is enough for consumption of 24,800 local people and for avoiding the annual emission of 19,300 tons of greenhouse gases.


  • Application
    Power Plant
  • Date of completion
    October, 2013
  • Modules
    HSL 72 S 240 Wp
  • Installed power output
    18.7 MWp

Jordan Irpp Solar Power Plant, Jordan

Hanwha Q CELLS Korea has been building an 11.5 MWp PV power plant in Ma’an in southern Jordan. It is built with 45,192 Hanwha modules installed in ground-mounted structures, and the electricity from the plant is capable of providing to 5,000 local families.


  • Application
    Power Plant
  • Date of completion
    2HY, 2016
  • Modules
    HSL 72 S, 255 Wp
  • Installed power output
    11.5 MWp

Digos Solar Power Plant, Philippines

Hanwha Q CELLS Korea has been building a 28.6 MWp PV power plant in Digos city in southern Mindanao Island in Philippines. It is built with 92,232 Hanwha modules installed in ground-mounted structures, and the electricity from the plant is expected to almost 40 GWh per year which is enough for consumption of 9,000 local houses.


  • Application
    Power Plant
  • Date of completion
    2HY, 2016
  • Modules
    HSL 72 S 310 Wp
  • Installed power output
    28.6 MWp