Justin Lee

QCells Signs 12-GW Solar Power Deal With Tech-Giant Microsoft

Global renewable energy player Qcells will supply tech giant Microsoft with 12 – G.W. of solar modules and EPC services over an 8-year period. This is Qcells’ largest module and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services agreement to date. The order is equivalent to powering more than 1.8 million homes annually. The eight-year strategic alliance […]

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Qcells America Completes 2 GW Plant Expansion In US

Qcells, the clean energy solutions provider, has announced the successful completion of its Dalton, Georgia, factory expansion. Qcells added 2 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity to Dalton, bringing the full factory’s output to more than 5.1 GW. The firms claims that the Qcells Dalton factory is the largest manufacturing plant of its kind in the Western […]

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Qcells To Supply 2.5 GW Of Solar Panels To Microsoft

South Korean solar conglomerate Qcells and software giant Microsoft Corp have announced that they are partnering to enable a strong supply chain for new renewable electricity capacity projected to require at least 2.5 GW of solar panels and related services. This capacity is equivalent to power more than 400,000 homes. Microsoft aims at becoming carbon […]

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Hanwha invests $320M in cell, module mfg capacity expansion

Hanwha Solutions, a Korean company that owns clean energy solutions provider Qcells, has announced a $320 million investment plan for solar manufacturing expansion in the United States and Korea with the aim of providing secure, cleaner energy amid mounting calls for energy security and net-zero emissions. Hanwha said it will seek to spend $170 million […]

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