01. Company Overview

Company Name

Hanwha Energy Corporation


Hee-Cheul Kim

Date of

December 17, 2007

Category of

Electricity generation /
Steam and hot water supply


KRW 67.7 Billion

HQ Address

411, Hannuri-daero, Sejong-si, Republic of Korea

Yeosu Plant

145 Sandanjungang-ro, Yeosu-si,
Jeollanam-do, South Korea

Gunsan Plant

1222 Oehang-ro, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do,
South Korea

Business Areas

  • Development, production, transport, distribution, and sales of energies including group energy, renewable energies,
    and resource development
  • Installation and operation of energy supply facilities
  • Investment in other energy related businesses
Solar Power Generation: Our expansion into the solar power generation business to produce electricity using solar energy is matched only by our commitment to develop infinite clean energy. Combined Heat & Power plant: Hanwha Energy produces steam and electricity with a highly utilized energy generation process, gaining market competitiveness. LNG Business & Hydrogen Fuel Cell Power Plant: Hanwha Energy is investing in future-ready energy for eco-friendly environment.

02. Vision

Opening a better tomorrow with an unrivaled competitive edge in clean energy solutions and innovative convergence of technologies

Hanwha Energy will work toward a better tomorrow. We are committed to make a cleaner planet by exploring clean energy solutions and converging technologies.

Vision Film

03. Milestones

  • 2022.05
    Completed the construction of 155MW LSS3
    (Large Scale Solar 3) solar power plant in Malaysia
  • 2021.10
    Completed the construction of a 120MWh FR
    (Frequency Regulation) ESS Project in Ireland
  • 2021.04
    Completed the construction of a 35MW Pinehills solar power plant in Japan
  • 2021.01
    Partnered with French energy company TOTAL to form a joint venture for solar power projects in the U.S.
  • 2020.11
    Sold 50MW solar power plant in Sevilla, Spain to Amarenco Solar Limited

    Completed the construction of a 48MW LSS2(Large Scale Solar 2) solar power plant in Malaysia
  • 2020.10
    Publicly launched electricity retail business, Imagina Energia, in Spain
  • 2020.06
    Completed the construction of the world’s first ultra large-scale by-product hydrogen fuel cell power plant (Daesan Green Energy, 50MW)
  • 2020.02
    Publicly launched electricity retail business, Nectr, in Australia
  • 2019.12
    Won a 155MW solar power generation bid for LSS3 (Large Scale Solar 3) in Malaysia
  • 2019.09
    Began the construction of a 120MWh FR (Frequency Regulation) ESS project in Ireland

    Secured electricity retailer authorization from Australian Energy Regulator
  • 2019.07
    Completed the construction of a 125MW solar power plant in Mexico

    Entered the electricity energy retail business in the U.S.
  • 2019.06
    Completed the construction of a 100MW solar power plant in Vietnam
  • 2019.01
    Won a 66.7MW solar power generation bid and a 208MWh ESS bid in Hawaii, the U.S.
  • 2018.12
    Completed the construction of a 67.6MW solar power plant in Japan
  • 2018.01
    Began construction on a 236MW solar power plant in Texas, the U.S.
  • 2017.12
    Launched a 48MW solar power generation business in Malaysia
  • 2017.07
    Won contract to build an 89MWh solar power generation and an 83MWh ESS (Energy Storage System) in Guam
  • 2016.12
    Signed a 402MW Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in Nevada, the U.S
  • 2016.06
    Began project to build solar power plants to generate 211MW in India
  • 2015.12
    Entered the 32MW solar power generation business in Turkey
  • 2015.01
    Began operation of a 24MW commercial solar power plant in Kitsuki, Japan
  • 2014.09
    Launched a global solar power generation business
  • 2012.11
    Established Hanwha Energy
  • 2007.12
    Established Yeosu Cogeneration Co., Ltd. and Gunjang Cogeneration Co., Ltd.

04. Networks

Hanwha Energy HQ Photo

Hanwha Energy HQ

Yeosu Plant Photo

Yeosu Plant

Gunsan Plant Photo

Gunsan Plant


We are pursuing advancement to global markets through overseas group energy projects as well as new and renewable energy projects such as
the construction of a 24MW solar power plant in Kitsuki, Japan which will start commercial production in 2015.
Therefore, we are expanding our overseas branches.

  • Headquater Sejong, South Korea
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Singapore
  • Irvine, the U.S.
  • Houston, the U.S.
  • New York, the U.S.
  • Sydney, Australia
  • Madrid, Spain