Qcells, a subsidiary of Hanwha Solutions, has chosen Gray and Stantec to offer development, structure, mechanical engineering, structural engineering, environmental, water and wastewater providers for its deliberate $2.5 billion solar manufacturing facility in Georgia.
“Having worked with Qcells, Gray is honored to continue our relationship on such a monumental investment,” says Brian Jones, president and CEO of Gray. “These projects will tremendously impact the people of Georgia, the American economy and the solar industry.”
Qcells anticipates rising its solar module manufacturing capability within the U.S. from 1.7 GW in 2022 to eight.4 GW by 2024. The firm intends to rent 2,500 folks in Georgia to help its solar manufacturing efforts.
The new facility will home all the solar panel manufacturing course of, together with ingot manufacturing, wafer processing, cell processing and module manufacturing.
“With a shared commitment to quality and innovation, we are proud to be part of establishing a reliable solar supply chain to the United States,” says Leonard Castro, government vp for Stantec’s international buildings apply. “Together with our partners at Gray, we are inspired by the opportunity to help Qcells create energy solutions that will support a more sustainable future.”