Meet the Team

Our movers and shakers are seasoned professionals with innate business acumen and years of hands-on experience. Most of our staff have careers spanning 15 to 30 years in their respective fields of expertise.


Henry brings over 20 years of executive leadership and as CEO, has led the growth of 174 Power Global from the start-up stage. 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.
President & Chief Executive Officer

Doyeop brings over 10 years of leadership having held various business planning and strategy positions with 174 Power Global, Hanwha QCELLS, Hanwha Energy, and Siemens. Doyeop received his B.A. from Northwestern University.

Doyeop Jason Kim
Chief Strategy Officer, General Counsel

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 now manages a team of 7 attorneys. 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 Office, General Counsel
Utility Scale

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 QCELLS in the US and Canada. Larry holds a M.S. in Geology from University of California, Davis, and an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.

Larry Green
Vice President, Project Development- Western US & Canada

Deborah brings 25 years 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 development of nearly 1 GW of solar projects. She holds a Masters degree in International Economics (UCSD), a B.A. in both Political Science and French Linguistics at UC Irvine.

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

Hao brings an extensive background of finance in the fields of 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 and has an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.

Hao Wang
Vice President of Project Finance

Bill brings extensive experience in development and financing of renewable and conventional energy projects including the origination, structuring, and negotiation of power purchase agreements. He is a graduate of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he received an MBA in Finance and a BS summa cum laude in Finance and Accounting.

Bill Shore
Senior Director of Project Finance

Tom is a recent addition to 174 and is focused on managing a team for development of Energy Storage Systems in the US market. He brings 12 years of experience working in solar and energy storage. Tom holds a bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.

Tom Levitsky
Senior Director of Energy Storage Systems Development

Mr. Batchelor brings over 17 years of experience in the Energy and Construction industries having held various leadership positions with public utilities, EPC contractors, and renewable energy development companies. Mr. Batchelor holds a BS in Operations Research from the United States Military Academy and a ME in Industrial Engineering from Colorado State University.

Darrin Batchelor
Senior Director of Procurement and Project Management

Brian Quinn recently joined 174 PG as senior director of engineering and brings over twenty years of international experience in clean energy and power generation systems. He has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, and a master’s degree in Energy from Cranfield University.

Brian Quinn
Senior Director of Engineering

Craig joined 174 Power Global in 2015 and brings over 16 years of experience in power, with 7 in the renewables sector. He has held various leadership positions and holds an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and a B.A. from University of California, Berkeley.

Craig Howard
Director of Project Finance

Jason joined 174 Power Global in 2016 and brings a background in financing and development of wind projects, financial analysis of wind and solar projects, and mechanical engineering of automated equipment for the semiconductor industry. Jason earned his MBA from the Rady School of Management at the University of California San Diego and has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford.

Jason Garewel
Director of Project Development, ERCOT & SPP

Patrick joined Hanwha in 2008 and has held various positions in strategic planning, corporate accounting, planning, and new business development. He now focuses on utility-scale solar project development in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. He holds an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Patrick Shim
Director of Development, South Rockies

Ed joined 174 Power Global in 2016 and leads development of utility-scale solar projects in various regions of the US, bringing over 20 years of experience in energy including wind, hydro, and solar. Ed has experience throughout all aspects of development from site identification, land acquisition, resource assessment, planning and environmental review, to design, construction, and operation of projects.

Ed Maddox
Director of Project Development

Jen brings 25 years of collective experience in renewable energy, development, permitting, and regulatory processes. Jen has lead decisions on siting strategy, identification, negotiations, interconnection process, offtake, and tax abatement negotiations. She holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Oregon.

Jen Bradford
Director of Development

Brison has over twenty years of cross-functional experience in utility-scale wind and solar power plant development ranging from project financial analysis through PPA negotiations, land use agreements, resource assessment, interconnection, and permitting. He has a B.S. from Trinity College in Hartford, CT and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.

Brison Ellinghaus
Director of Interconnection and Land Development

Betsey is currently responsible for siting, permitting, and environmental assessment with general oversight of the company’s solar project portfolio of over 1,000MW in the US. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University and a MESM from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California – Santa Barbara.

Betsey Biesty
Director of Permitting

Janet is an integral part of 174 PG’s Senior Corporate Counsel, focusing on real estate and land matters. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University and a J.D. from New York University School of Law.

Janet Lee
Senior Corporate Counsel

Zachariah specializes in optimizing and pairing renewables with lithium ion energy storage with over 5 years of experience in the battery industry. Zachariah holds a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from the University of California: Riverside.

Zachariah Taylor, Ph.D.
Senior Energy Storage System Engineer

Kimberly recently joined to lead cross-functional teams to develop, finance, and construct utility scale energy storage. Kimberly holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University, a Computer Network and System Management Certification from Northwestern, and is a Distributed Generation Certified Professional (DGCP) from the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE).

Kimberly Giese
Project Developer

David supports the financial analysis of commercial and utility scale projects, and assists in the structuring, negotiating and closing of project finance transactions. He received his B.S. from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia and M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management.

David Koo
Project Finance Manager

Brendan brings experience from working in various segments of the energy sector, including PV solar design and engineering for every project size, and nuclear power generation. Brendan received his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arizona and is currently registered as an EIT (Engineer in Training).

Brendan Cuffe
Project Development Engineer
Commercial & Industrial

Patrick Corr leads Business Development for Commercial and Industrial solar and storage for 174 Power Global. Patrick’s career began in mobile telecom and software serving both the F500 and government sectors where he built several successful organizations before joining the solar industry. Patrick has broad experience across residential, small commercial and utility scale solar and storage projects, including project origination, finance, and revenue contracting. He has worked with NRG, SolarCity, and Tesla, where he built and led a team that developed over 200 megawatts of solar and storage projects across the US.

Patrick Corr
Vice President of Business Development C&I Division

Paul joined 174 Power Global Northeast in 2020 with 12 years of experience in Engineering/Operations in the PV industry, the last 8 spent with SolarCity/Tesla. Paul has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University.

Paul Morini
Senior Director of Operations

Robert Borkowski has been in Energy since 2013. In that time, Robert has worked for a large utility company and a small renewable energy start-up holding a variety of different roles. Robert joined 174 Power Global in May of 2020 and has been driving lead creation to help consumers see the monetary and eco-friendly benefits of solar.

Robert Borkowski
Senior Solar Sales Associate

Corey Zucker is responsible for driving new C&I behind-the-meter clients, as well as new property acquisitions for community solar in PJM. Prior to renewable energy, Corey worked in consumer marketing calling on some of the world’s largest companies such as P&G, Pepsi, and AstraZeneca. Corey lives in Freehold, NJ with his wife, Cindy, where they spend most summer weekends either hiking in the woods or on the beach in Asbury Park. In the fall they love to tailgate and attend football games at Corey’s alma mater, Rutgers University (no jokes please). He loves to travel and has done so extensively throughout the US and Europe.

Corey Zucker
Business Development Director

Dustin brings over seven years of expertise in Solar Photovoltaics and a vast knowledge of Community Solar. He leads a team of sales professionals committed to nurturing group success and customer satisfaction. Dustin holds a BA in English Literature from Vassar College.

Dustin Kirkpatrick
Director of Business Development

Telloyd is an experienced renewable energy expert with a focus in Commercial & Industrial solar development. Telloyd holds an MBA in Finance from Long Island University.

Telloyd Richards
Director of Business Development

Kevin brings 12 years of renewable energy development experience. Prior to 174, he worked for a land development firm and then in commercial and industrial solar across the U.S.

Kevin Fry
Business Development Manager

Our Values


Leverage industry knowledge and resources to create a brighter future for the world.


Providing decades of experience in project development, operations and maintenance, and battery energy storage solutions by building a company with experienced professionals as its foundation.


A strong belief that a company is only as good as its partners, including landowners, investors, and community members.


We will not stop until the work is done and solar energy is an affordable option for every energy consumer.

Customer Commitment

Putting customers first will serve as a foundation for growth and success in scaling commercial and utility-scale solar and energy storage.

174 Power Global Sustainability Initiatives

174PG understands sustainable growth is the only route that will ensure our world is a place where we can all continue to thrive.

Affordable and Clean Energy
  • Clean Developer: As a top PV developer, our goal is to provide Clean Energy to our customers and contribute to society by making a cleaner environment for the future. 174 Power Global has contracted and operates over 2 GW of PV projects, which creates environmental and social impact to the society.
  • Affordable Clean Energy to Society: Our company provides competitive prices for PV and renewable energy resources, allowing us to provide affordable green energy to society at a lower cost than gas plants.
Commitment of Local Community and Education
  • Investments in education infrastructure: We focus in providing quality environment to the society, which includes Clean Energy and enhancing quality education to the society.
  • 174 Power Global donated $25,000 to the Education Foundation of Odessa.
Work Force Diversity and Gender Equality
  • We believe our diverse work force is our fundamental core strength. Our team members come from all walks of life and from all over the world including 8 nationalities from US, Korea, Mexico, and India. We also promote gender equality with many women in executive and decision-making roles throughout our organization.
  • Gender Equality: 32% women colleagues.

Hanwha Sustainability Programs

As a Hanwha Group affiliate, 174 Power Global is on a mission to grow greener. To fulfill its social responsibilities and to achieve sustainable growth, our mother company Hanwha Energy has acknowledged the environment, safety, and health as being part of the company’s core values and therefore will exert its utmost efforts as follows, to achieve its growth into a leader of the energy industry.

Hanwha Energy

From preserving the environment and protecting people’s health, to keeping nature green for the enjoyment of future generations, to carrying out voluntary, future-oriented activities, Hanwha Energy is challenging the paradigms of tomorrow while keeping our promises today.

Hanwha Group

Hanwha Group carries out social responsibilities as a responsible corporate citizen and encourages our employees to actively participate in such endeavors.

Hanwha Energy USA Holdings Corporation, dba 174 Power Global.

Established in 2007, Hanwha Energy is an eco-friendly comprehensive energy company. Hanwha Energy operates a cogeneration plant that provides a stable supply of high-quality electricity and ultra-high-pressure steam to companies in the Korean national industrial complexes in Yeosu and Gunsan, South Korea. Currently Hanwha Energy has started operation of a 50MW hydrogen fuel cell power plant, which will be the first in the world to run solely on hydrogen generated as an industrial byproduct.

As a subsidiary and as the global downstream project development arm of the Hanwha Group, HEC is an Independent Power Producer (IPP) whose primary business is to own and operate utility-scale energy projects.

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174 Power Global Retail, LLC dba Chariot Energy

Chariot Energy is a Houston-headquartered retail energy provider that provides 100% clean, renewable solar energy to the Texas market. By offering simple, transparent, and reliable electricity plans to the communities it serves, Chariot Energy is transforming Texas’ energy supply while modernizing and simplifying the way solar energy is sold and delivered. Since June 2019, Chariot Energy has offered customers everyday electricity plans that make it possible to go solar without getting panels. In collaboration with its affiliate companies, Chariot Energy is able to bring competitive prices to the market by leveraging its value chain from the manufacturing of the solar modules and development of utility-scale solar plants to the delivery of renewable power to homes and businesses through the grid. Chariot’s mission is to bring solar electricity to all, without a premium.

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Green Bond

174 Power Global has successfully issued a Green Bond. The proceeds from the issuance will be used to finance and/or refinance, in whole or in part, new or existing projects related to renewable energy. Moody’s Investors Service has assigned an Aa2 rating to the proposed backed senior unsecured US dollar green notes to be issued by Hanwha Energy USA Holdings Corporation and guaranteed by Korea Development Bank.