Advanced Manufacturing

Dec 22, 2022

Q-CELLS expands in Dalton, Georgia, plant with 470 more workers

One of the world’s biggest solar panel makers made it official confirming it will invest $171 million to expand its facility in Dalton, Georgia and add 470 more jobs in Whitfield County.

The Korean solar panel maker Hanwha Qcells, which already employs 750 workers at its 200,000-square-foot factory built three years ago in the Carbondale Business Park in Dalton, said by the summer of 2023 it will produce 1.4 gigawatts of solar modules per year made with Qcells’ next generation TOPCon cells. Click here to learn more!

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