Hanwha Q CELLS announced on March 3 that it has recently sold off an 81 megawatt (MW) solar power plant in Cook County, Texas.
The solar plant was sold to Adaptor Renewables, a company specializing in solar power project development, execution of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work for solar power plants, and solar plant operation.
Located about 140 kilometers north of Dallas, the plant started its commercial operations in December 2020. It produces electric power that can be supplied to about 115,000 people annually.
“Hanwha Q CELLS is changing into a renewable energy total solution company, going beyond a solar cell and module manufacturer,” said Kim Hee-chul, president of Hanwha Q CELLS. “We will actively pursue the development of solar power projects and EPC projects in advanced energy markets such as the United States and Europe.”