About 174 Power Global

174 Power Global is a leading solar and energy storage project developer focused on North America’s utility energy market. The company is wholly owned by the Hanwha Group, and is headquartered in Irvine, California. With deep expertise across the full spectrum of the project development cycle, 174 Power Global works closely with utilities, landowners, local communities, financial investors and other partners to build highly productive projects throughout North America. 174 Power Global is also paving the way in Green Hydrogen and Digital Infrastructure by leveraging its core strength in utility-scale PV and ESS generation development and operation to fuel the growth of these emerging markets.


Henry brings over 20 years of executive leadership, and as CEO has led the growth of 174 Power Global from the start-up stage to industry leader. Henry has authored numerous publications and was awarded 4 U.S. patents. He holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Washington.

Henry Yun, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer and President

As COO and General Counsel, Carolyn has over 18 years of experience in corporate, M&A, venture capital, and litigation areas of law. Previously in charge of legal and regulatory affairs for various Hanwha divisions, she holds a B.A. in Political Science and M.A. in Sociology from Stanford and a J.D. from Cornell Law School.

Carolyn Byun
Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel

David is the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Strategy Officer for Hanwha Energy USA Holdings Corp. Prior to joining Hanwha, he headed the US West Region for EY’s Operational Transaction Services and has held a number of executive roles at HP and LG Electronics in corporate development, strategy and planning, and operations. David was also a partner at McKinsey & Company with a focus on energy and technology. He spent more than ten years working in Asia, including emerging markets. David was a double major in chemical engineering and economics at Rice University and received an MBA from The Wharton School with a major in Finance.

David Kim
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Strategy Officer

Mr. Kim has more than 25 years of experience in leadership roles, most recently as the CCO for 174 Power Global. He has held a number of executive roles within Hanhwa Group across IPP development, power retail business, downstream solar and real estate development and investments. His career spans the globe from the U.S. to Korea, India and Europe.

IP (Ik Pyo) Kim
Chief Commercial Officer

Sajjad joined the 174 Power Global family in 2019 as the Chief Information Officer. He is a proven technology leader with 20+ years of experience in the industry. He brings his entrepreneurial vision and advanced technical and business knowledge to deliver consistent positive business outcomes. Sajjad is a meticulous problem solver and excellent at directing multiple initiatives within highly mission-critical technology platforms.

Sajjad Mussani
Chief Information Officer

Larry brings over 26 years of experience in energy business development with the last 14 in renewable energy. He has developed a 1.2 GW project pipeline for 174 Power Global in the US. Larry holds a M.S. in Geology from University of California, Davis, and an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.

Larry Greene
Vice President of Project Development- Western US & Canada

Deborah brings 25 years of experience in the global energy sector, spearheading developments of renewable and fossil fuel power projects. During her tenure at 174 Power Global, Deborah has successfully advanced the development of nearly 1 GW of solar projects. She holds a Master’s degree in International Economics (UCSD), a B.A. in both Political Science and French Linguistics at UC Irvine.

Deborah Reyes
Vice President of Project Development- Eastern USA & Mexico

Hao brings an extensive background in finance across M&A advisory, corporate development, and corporate treasury management. Hao joined Hanwha in 2011 and has held several positions before joining 174 Power Global. Hao is a Chartered Financial Analyst with an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.

Hao Wang
Vice President of Project Finance

Pauline Ung has over 20 years of experience with national law firms and in-house for various industries, including renewable energy. She has held legal leadership roles at global & national public and private companies. She received her J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.

Pauline Ung
Vice President of Legal

AJ brings two decades of experience in accounting and finance including 7 years with Big 4 accounting firms, 3 years with a public company, and 10 years in the solar industry. Most recently, AJ was leading the corporate finance and planning department at Q CELLS USA as Chief Financial Officer. AJ is a CPA with a B.A. in Business Administration from Korea University.

AJ Ahn
Vice President, Corporate Finance

Our Values


We apply industry knowledge and resources to innovate solutions that are better for the environment and essential for a brighter future for the world.


Our foundation is our team of industry professionals who have decades of experience across PV project development, engineering, financing, EPC and operations & maintenance.


We strongly believe that a company is only as good as its partners, which is why we take tremendous stake in the value of landowner, investor and community partnerships.


We are passionate about about solving today’s complex energy problems.  Our passion drives us to be relentless in our pursuit of innovating renewable energy solutions to power the grid.


We act responsibly and with a sense of urgency to rapidly transform our nation’s energy supply and streamline the path toward low-cost sustainable energy.

Green Bond (2022)

174 Power Global intends to issue a Green Bond, using the following framework, to finance and/or re-finance, in whole or in part, green projects which meet the eligibility criteria of the following eligible green project categories (“Eligible Green Projects”). A maximum 3-year look-back period would be applied for refinanced projects.