Hanwha's Clean Energy initiatives contribute to its goal of net-zero emissions.

Clean Energy &

Ocean Solutions

We drive the energy transition forward
with a diverse
portfolio of integrated innovations

What We Do

Our comprehensive range of tangible clean energy solutions 
includes solar, hydrogen, and wind, spanning the entire value chain. ​
We aim to drive the energy transition forward in pursuit of net zero while ​
providing our global partners with the flexibility and fundamentals they need.


As one of the world’s top solar brands,
we provide reliable end-to-end solar solutions

Hanwha Qcells is the No. 1 market share holder in the U.S. in both the residential and commercial solar module markets.
Renowned for our advanced technology and product quality, we manufacture one in three solar panels installed on
rooftops in America. We're also diversifying our global solar energy business to accelerate the use of clean energy
worldwide. With a first-of-its-kind $2.5 billion investment in building a fully integrated, silicon-based supply chain in the
U.S., Hanwha is pioneering the country’s biggest solar value chain in history — spanning raw materials to finished
products. By investing in promising new technologies like perovskite tandem cells, we’re establishing a solid solar
foundation for today and tomorrow.
Hanwha has expertise in solar power generation, energy systems solutions and energy retail.
Our expertise
  • Solar cells and modules
  • Energy systems solutions
  • Solar power generation
  • Solar power plant operations and management
  • Virtual power plant operations and management
  • Energy retail
  • Solar financing


We’re driving the energy transition
by building out the hydrogen economy

Hanwha believes in a holistic approach to clean energy and is pioneering future fuels such as hydrogen — a promising
solution to climate change that could make hard-to-abate industries greener. We’re investing in the entire hydrogen
industry ecosystem, leveraging our expertise in renewable energy and ammonia to create a comprehensive value chain
encompassing production, storage, transport, and utilization.
Hanwha's hydrogen-fuel-cell power plant at the Daesan Industrial Complex is the world's largest in size and production capacity.
Our expertise
  • Clean ammonia production, cracking, and commercialization
  • Hydrogen storage and delivery solutions, and clean hydrogen ammonia delivery
  • Green hydrogen production using anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolysis technology
  • Hydrogen power generation
  • Hydrogen-powered air mobility


To realize carbon neutrality through clean energy, 
we’re actively investing in wind power and 
​ pursuing next-level wind infrastructure projects

Working to catalyze the transition towards carbon neutrality, we aim to strengthen our competitiveness and become a
leader in green infrastructure development. To take clean energy to new heights, we are expanding our global presence
in offshore wind and accelerating our growth by leveraging our capabilities as an offshore solutions provider.
Hanwha developed the 400MW Shinan Ui offshore wind power project.
Our expertise
  • Offshore wind farm development
  • Offshore wind engineering, procurement, construction, installation (EPCI)
  • Offshore wind solutions: Wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV), offshore substations (OSS), floater technology

Marine Solutions

As an industry trailblazer, we innovate 
smart, green marine solutions

At Hanwha, we’re looking to expand the reach of clean energy sources such as hydrogen and ammonia.
We’re also bolstering our clean energy value chain to encompass production, storage, and transportation.
While strengthening our presence as a global shipbuilder, we’re developing green vessels with the aim of
decarbonizing the global shipping and shipbuilding industries through cost-effective and reliable solutions.
Hanwha develops LNG carriers equipped with next-generation green technologies such as rotor sails.
Our expertise
  • Very large ammonia carriers (VLACs)
  • Ammonia-fueled gas turbine LNG carrier design and supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) power systems
  • Ultra large liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) carriers
  • Fuel gas supply systems (FGSS) and partial regasification system (PRS) LPG carriers
  • Large crude oil carriers (VLCCs)
  • Floating LNG facilities

Bridge Solutions

As a provider of comprehensive energy solutions, ​
we offer strategic flexibility and help communities ​
seamlessly bridge energy gaps

Energy needs are community specific, which is why we continue to diversify our energy business portfolio. To help
communities bridge energy gaps, we’re streamlining production, storage, and transportation across our integrated LNG
value chain. We’re also adopting hydrogen gas turbine technology to transform potentially stranded fossil
fuel assets into sources of eco-friendly power generation. In 2023, we achieved the world’s highest hydrogen co-firing
rate of 60% on an 80-MW gas turbine with reduced CO2 and NOx emissions.
Hanwha has expertise in hydrogen co-firing power generation and LNG power plant construction.
Our expertise
  • Hydrogen co-firing power generation
  • LNG power plant construction
  • Development of LNG carriers and offshore plants


We produce differentiated high-value and
eco-friendly materials for a circular economy

As industries strive for carbon neutrality, Hanwha is leading the way by developing sustainable ways to manufacture
essential materials. We supply energy resources and materials such as silicon- and nitrogen-based materials to partners that make
semiconductors and batteries. Thanks to our investment in REC Silicon, we use hydroelectric power to produce clean
polysilicon for the solar and electronics industries. We’re also making strides in resource sustainability,
plastics-to-chemicals (PTC) technology, and eco-friendly materials as we pursue circularity in industry.
The REC Silicon plant in Moses Lake, Washington produces clean polysilicon with zero greenhouse gas emissions.
‘Source: REC Silicon’
Our expertise
  • Solar-grade polysilicon and silane gas for batteries and semiconductors
  • Ammonia, nitric acid, and nitrogen-based products
  • Polyolefin (PO) products, including LDPE, EVA, LLDPE, HDPE, wire and cable (W&C) compounds, and H-HCR
  • PVC, chlor-alkali (CA) products, including caustic soda (NaOH) and chlorine (Cl2)