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Min-Su Kim has officially taken on his position as Hanwha SolarOne's new president. Kim has worked at Hanwha Group for 25 years.

From 2008 to 2010, he served in the corporate planning team of Hanwha Chemical, where he expanded Hanwha Chemical's business portfolio to include solar energy, biopharmaceuticals, rechargeable battery materials and nanotechnology. In particular, Kim was part of the team that directed Hanwha Group's entry into the solar sector.

In addition, Hanwha SolarOne has appointed Jeong-Eui Hong the company's new chief technology officer. He will work with Kim to oversee the development of PV technology with both short-term and long-term market applications.



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