Clean Energy & Ocean Solutions

Hanwha Solutions Qcells Division

Hanwha Qcells has been recognized as a Top Performer in the PV Evolution Labs (PVEL) PV Module Reliability Scorecard 2023.
Our expertise
  • Solar cells and modules, energy storage systems (ESS)
  • Renewable energy downstream projects
  • Retail energy

Hanwha Solutions Qcells Division is a complete energy solutions provider worldwide. With cutting-edge technology and excellent quality, we are leading the global solar industry by providing the midstream of cells and modules to downstream solar solutions through energy storage systems (ESS), power plants and energy retail. We operate manufacturing facilities in Malaysia, South Korea and the U.S. Our R&D headquarter is in Thalheim, Germany and our R&D networks that are spread out across Malaysia and South Korea collaborate to lead solar technology worldwide. 

Hanwha Qcells’ top-tier products and energy solutions were awarded multiple Top Brand PV 2022 seals from EUPD Research .
Recognized as EUPD Research Top Brand PV in 2022

We are expanding cell and module plants at home and abroad. An expansion of our U.S. factory in Dalton, Georgia in 2023, combined with construction of a new factory in Cartersville, will raise Hanwha Qcells’ total annual U.S.-based module production capacity to 8.4 gigawatts (GW). The Cartersville plant will reach production capacity of 3.3 GW upon full operation in 2025. The renewed total capacity will be enough to generate the amount of electricity required to power 1.3 million households in America for a year. This expansion further strengthens Hanwha Qcells’ position as the largest U.S. crystalline silicon solar module manufacturer. 


Hanwha will also be the only company in North America to produce all key components across the solar supply chain — spanning from polysilicon to finished modules. The U.S. solar production line will source polysilicon that is produced using hydropower-based clean energy from polysilicon manufacturer REC Silicon. Hanwha Solutions became the largest shareholder of the polysilicon producer in 2022.