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Hanwha Q CELLS Solar Panels

Hanwha Q CELLS Solar Panels

  • 400 watt Q Cells Mono All-Black Solar Panel (Q.PEAK-DUO-BLK-ML-G10-400)
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    400 watt Q Cells Mono All-Black Solar Panel

    Q CELLS

    $375.00
    The 400 watt Q Cells Q.PEAK-DUO-BLK-ML-G10 monocrystalline module features 132 monocrystalline Q.ANTUM solar half-cells with a sleek all-black design. Delivering higher output and performance, this Q Cells solar panel operates at an...
    Q.PEAK-DUO-BLK-ML-G10-400
    $375.00
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  • 480 watt Q Cells Mono XL Solar Panel (Q.PEAK-DUO-XL-G10.C-480)
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    480 watt Q Cells Mono XL Solar Panel

    Q CELLS

    $400.00
    The new Q Cells Q.PEAK DUO XL 480 watt solar panel features 156 monocrystalline Q.ANTUM solar half-cells. Delivering higher output and performance, the Q.PEAK DUO XL G10.C 480 watt module operates at greater than 20.7% efficiency to...
    Q.PEAK-DUO-XL-G10.2-480
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Q CELLS has become one of the world's top silicon photovoltaic cell and module producers. Their solar business has expanded to include ingots, complete kits, and large-scale solar power plants. Hanwha Q CELLS has its global headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, with their technology and innovation headquarters in Germany. To continue providing the world with the highest quality German engineering, Hanwha Q CELLS has expanded to have manufacturing facilities in China, Malaysia, South Korea, and the United States. The new U.S. facility in Dalton, Georgia began production in 2019.


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Their current series of solar panel models include the Q.PEAK DUO, Q.PEAK, Q.PLUS, and Q.POWER. The Q.PEAK DUO series features the company’s patent-protected Q.ANTUM DUO technology. These solar panels are ideal for commercial, residential and utility-scale installations, both on-grid or off-grid. Hanwha Q CELLS' featured solar panels include monocrystalline and polycrystalline models ranging from 260 watts to 345 watts, with module efficiency up to 19.9%. All panels are backed by a 25-year linear performance warranty and at least a 12-year product warranty. Hanwha Q CELLS has a Tier 1 Bloomberg rating and is a BNEF Top Tier module supplier.

Hanwha Q CELLS Product Lineup

  • Q.PEAK - The monocrystalline Q.PEAK and Q.PEAK BLK solar panels are a pure beauty for residential rooftop systems and in locations with high architectural demands. Hanwha Q CELLS is currently producing the Q.ANTUM solar panel models of Q.PEAK-G4.1, Q.PEAK BLK-G4.1, and Q.PEAK-G5 which are designed for rooftop solar arrays on residential buildings. These panels range in power from 290 to 310 watts. 
  • Q.PEAK DUO - The Q.PEAK DUO-G5 with Q.ANTUM DUO technology provides 315-330 watts of power and is ideal for rooftop solar arrays on residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Meanwhile, the larger 144 half-cell Q.PEAK DUO L-G5.2 delivers 380-395 watts of power and is ideal for commercial and utility applications. The Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G5 and Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G6+, also with Q.ANTUM DUO technology, provide 305-345 watts of power and are designed for rooftop arrays on residential buildings. 
  • Q.PLUS - The Q.PLUS BFR-G4.1 is the Q.ANTUM solar panel with a power output of 275 to 285 watts. This solar panel is designed for rooftop solar arrays on residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, as well as ground-mounted solar power plants. 
  • Q.POWER - The Q.POWER-G5 module has an output of 260 to 280 watts of power. This solar module is ideal for rooftop solar arrays on residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, as well as ground-mounted solar power plants.  

History of Hanwha Q CELLS 

Founded in 1952, Hanwha Group has since grown into a global manufacturing company. Originally, Hanwha started as the Korea Explosives Company, but over time it transitioned to operating in the four business areas of explosives, defense, trading, and machinery. It wasn’t until 2010 when Hanwha Group decided to expand into the solar energy business. They acquired Hanwha SolarOne (previously SolarFun Power Holdings) that year and then went public in 2011 (NASDAQ:HQCL). Hanwha Group then acquired Q CELLS, a German solar manufacturer, the following year. Hanwha SolarOne and Hanwha Q CELLS merged in 2015 to form the present day company Hanwha Q CELLS.