In total, Hanwha will have the capacity to generate 8.4 GW of electricity, enough to power 1.3 million households in the US for a year, by 2024.“Q Cells is proud to play a role with Microsoft to bring more renewable energy online in the years to come,” said Hanwha Q Cells Chief Executive Justin Lee.“This first step is only the beginning of a great partnership that not only supports our two companies but helps deliver a clean energy future for customers and communities.”By Seo-Woo Jangsuwu@hankyung.comIn-Soo Nam edited this article.
Microsoft said it will support Hanwha Q Cells’ solar products, including those manufactured domestically, to bring more renewable energy to the grid.“Building a resilient solar energy supply chain is essential to advancing a global green energy economy.
Hanwha Solutions Corp., a unit of South Korea’s chemicals-to-construction conglomerate Hanwha Group, said on Thursday it has formed a strategic alliance with Microsoft Corp.to curb carbon emissions through their joint solar energy supply projects.
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