Excellent to see our client Hanwha Q CELLS leading the way in reducing the carbon footprint of their PV modules. Organisations are increasingly looking at the environmental credentials of their supply-chain when choosing suppliers (I know we are) so this certainly elevates Hanwha Q Cell's position in the market. It also means that they meet the requirements for French public tenders which insist on solar PV modules having a low carbon footprint in their manufacturing process. 

France have been operating this system successfully for some time and installed 875MW last year with 2018 looking to exceed this. This low carbon footprint model is certainly something other countries should be looking at with their public tenders to ensure their renewable energy projects have the lowest possible environmental impact.

Hyperion are currently working with Hanwah Q CELLS to recruit an Account Manager for their new energy storage solution in the UK. If you would like to hear more about the opportunity with this forward thinking company, please get in touch.