The global manufacturing footprint of Q CELLS has incrementally expanded over the past few years. Today, the company owns the largest single solar module manufacturing plant in the Western Hemisphere – the 1.7 GW facility in Georgia, USA – and has large-scale cell and module manufacturing facilities in South Korea, China, and Malaysia. With 11.3 GW module capacity, Q CELLS has one of the largest and most flexible module manufacturing footprints in the industry, capable of deftly serving all four corners of the globe wherever and whenever demand arises.
Q Cells will introduce its Q.Home hybrid inverter and battery system to the Australian market at the All-Energy event in Melbourne tomorrow. It is also introducing its new larger wafer module, which hits 355 Wp on a 60-cell format.
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