Q-Cells

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Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH
Limited liability company (GmbH)
Industry Photovoltaics
Founded 2012 (2012)
Headquarters Thalheim, Germany
Key people
Hee Cheul Kim (CEO), Kye Chun Son (CFO), Dr. Andreas v. Zitzewitz (COO), Koo Yung Lee (CCO)
Products Photovoltaic cells
solar modules
Services Development and installation of solar parks
Number of employees
1,350 (2014)
Website www.q-cells.com
Q CELLS Thalheim (Bitterfeld-Wolfen)

Hanwha Q CELLS is a manufacturer of photovoltaic cells. The company is headquartered in Thalheim, Germany.[1][2][3] The company was established in 1999 as Q-Cells AG. Since 2012 it is a part of the Hanwha Group.[4][5] The company's former thin film photovoltaic subsidiary Solibro was sold to China-based Hanergy in September, 2012.[6]

The company develops and produces crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells.[7] It has the cell production sites in Malaysia and Germany and the module production line in Germany.[8] Its two most important markets are Europe and Japan.[9]

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