Touting A Completely Domestic Solar Supply Chain In US, Qcells Bags Microsoft Deal For 2.5 GW Solar Modules, Development & EPC Services
Friday, 27 Jan 2023
South Korea’s Hanwha Solutions’ owned Qcells has announced an agreement to supply 2.5 GW US made solar panels, develop PV projects and also offer EPC services for select projects of tech giant Microsoft that the latter has contracted through power purchase agreements (EPC) in the US.
HZB & South Korea’s Qcells To Set Up EU Funded Pilot Line For Industrial Tandem Solar Cells In Germany
Friday, 25 Nov 2022
Yet another step taken by solar industry, academia and policymakers to revive European solar manufacturing with German research institute Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) and cell & module maker from South Korea, Qcells announcing a pilot tandem pr.
With Focus On Solar Power, Hanwha Solutions To Carve Out Advanced Materials Business; Plans New EVA Fab In US
Friday, 23 Sep 2022
South Korea’s Hanwha Solutions Corporation has announced major business restructuring with plans including divestment of some stake in advanced materials business to use proceeds for US solar PV manufacturing facilities and to build an EVA film factory in the US.
Qcells Launches New Residential Energy Storage Solution For US & More From SunPower, Terra-Gen, Fundamental, Avantus, EPC
Monday, 19 Sep 2022
EmPower Solar & Renova Energy secure SunPower investment; Qcells’s new residential storage offering for US; Terra-Gen achieves financial closure for solar+storage facility; $400 million for Fundamental Renewables; 8minute is now Avantus; Goldma.
‘1st’ German Module Maker To Get Cradle To Cradle Certification & More From Canadian Solar, Enerparc, Ørsted, Qcells, PNE
Thursday, 28 Jul 2022
Solarwatt gets Cradle to Cradle certification for glass-glass modules; Canadian Solar sells UK projects; Enerparc to refinance 315 MW solar; Ørsted acquires Germany’s Ostwind; Qcells acquires stake in Lynqtech & PNE in Spain’s Kolya.
Monday, 04 Jul 2022
The power plant business division of Hanwha Qcells called QENERGY Europe and QENERGY France have come together as subsidiaries of a new entity Q ENERGY Solutions SE that now holds a renewable energy development portfolio of 12 GW scattered all across Europe.
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