Corporate Responsibility

Hanwha GROUP and Hanwha Qcells corporate social responsibility. Our focus on community is making a brighter tomorrow.

We are committed to fulfilling our corporate social responsibility in such areas as social welfare, arts and culture, public services, and foreign aid. Led by the Hanwha Social Responsibility Center, our more than 70 workplaces in Korea and worldwide strive to share the energy of life with our neighbors, communities, and the world.

Q CELLS solar panels gives great opportunity for remote places
Great opportunity for remote places


The UK’s first electric aircraft charging point has been installed at the East Anglian airfield, courtesy of NUNCATS – a community Interest Company (CIC) that aims to provide a dependable lifeline for some of the world’s most remote communities via electrical light aircraft. This unit, installed by renewable energy developer Renenergy for NUNCATS (which stands for No Unnecessary Novelty, Community Air Transport Systems), is not only the inaugural electric plant port in the country, but is also Europe’s first solar-powered electric aircraft charging point thanks to the 33 Q.PEAK DUO L-G8 Qcells solar modules installed on top of the hangar.

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Campaign to help clean Vietnam's Mekong river
Cleaning up the Mekong River in Vietnam


To mark World Environment Day, Hanwha has initiated the “Clean Up Mekong” campaign in Vinh Long province in conjunction with the Vietnamese Environmental Authorities and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI). The aim of the campaign is to remove refuse and pollutants from the Mekong River. The solar boat provided by Hanwha is key to the clean-up action. Powered by Hanwha Qcells Q.PEAK solar modules, the boat filters refuse out of the Mekong River without producing greenhouse gases or other pollutants in the process.

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Lighting children


‘Lighting children’ is an eco-friendly campaign for supporting children who live in countries of energy shortage. This campaign was organized by Miral Welfare Foundation (Miral) that is a nonprofit which was founded with the vision of social inclusion for the most vulnerable groups, especially persons with disabilities. Employees of Hanwha Qcells participated in the campaign and made solar lanterns together to send those lanterns to children who need support of lighting equipment for daily life. Hanwha Qcells hopes that this campaign paves the way for those children to study well, and also save fuel costs. This eco-friendly lanterns would raise global awareness on the positive impact of solar energy.

Solar panels donated to Davos


The World Economic Forum, held annually in Davos, Switzerland, addresses pressing issues facing the world, such as environmental sustainability. The solar modules donated by Hanwha Qcells to the City of Davos at the World Economic Forum Congress Center have a capacity of 340KW. This amount of energy is enough to reduce 20 tons of CO₂ emissions per year. Our donation showcases the possibilities of clean, sustainable energy.


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