|Business Type||Solar Equipment Manufacturers|
|Types of Energy||Solar Electric PV|
Hyundai Heavy Industries started its solar business in 2005 with production centers in Eumseong, Chungcheongbuk-do(province), as part of a plan to bring new business to the table. In December of 2006, the company acquired ‘CE Mark’, an international safety mark recognized in 28 countries of Europe and the safety/quality marks of the ‘International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)’ recognized in 43 countries around the world.
The company initiated its 3,000 ton annual production system of polysilicon through KAM, a joint venture company established between Hyundai and KCC(a renown chemical company in Korea). In June 2009, the company acquires UL (Underwriters Laboratories) certificate for its photovoltaic modules, a US product safety testing agency. This was marked as the first in Korea, where Hyundai had proved its technology excellence by passing all the requirement tests