Providing a Safe and Reliable Energy Source Since 2011


Providing safe, reliable, and sustainable energy to empower communities.


Combine experience with innovation to develop, own, and operate solar photovoltaic (PV) projects that offer renewable energy and economic benefits.


The following core values are ingrained in all we do at OCI Solar Power. By adhering to these values, we create an atmosphere that ignites innovation and guarantees quality.

  • Accountability
  • Innovation
  • Excellence
  • Commitment
  • Communication
  • Sustainability
  • Integrity


OCI Solar Power

Charles Kim,
President & CEO

OCI Solar Power

Timothy Heinle,
VP, Business Development

OCI Solar Power

Rob Plimmer,

OCI Solar Power

James Bunta,
VP, Legal & General Counsel

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Sabah Mahmood,
VP, Project Development, EPC & Operations

OCI Solar Power

Robert Mendoza,
VP, Human Resources & General Affairs



Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, OCI Solar Power develops, constructs, finances, owns, and operates solar PV facilities, specializing in utility and distributed generation solar projects. Our company highlights include:

  • OCISP was the first company to bring utility-scale solar projects to Texas;
  • Of the 2,600 MW that have been installed and are operating in the ERCOT market, OCISP developed, designed, procured, and constructed 500 MW;
  • Three of our Texas-based projects are 100% Buy American Act compliant; and
  • One of our projects, Alamo 6, is the largest dual-axis solar farm in the United States.


OCISP, through its parent company, OCI Enterprises Inc., is a subsidiary of OCI Company Ltd, a global green energy and chemical conglomerate founded in 1959 in South Korea. OCI Company has developed a diversified portfolio of products and solutions for a broad spectrum of industries in the renewable energy sector, and it is one of the four largest manufacturers of polysilicon, the raw material for solar cells, in the world.

OCI Company produces the highest quality products customized to the customer’s needs and provides timely production and customer service. This year, the company is operating 28 production facilities in eight countries and providing service to more than 100 countries.

OCI Company established OCI Enterprises Inc. as its U.S. holding company in Delaware in 1990. OCI Enterprises is the parent company of OCI Solar Power, established in 2011, and Mission Solar Energy, established in 2014. Both are indirect, wholly-owned subsidiaries of OCI Enterprises.

OCI also has a chemical manufacturing plant in Decatur, Alabama. Since the opening of the OCI Peroxygens facility in 2001, the plant has manufactured sodium percarbonate products that are safely produced, high quality, and environmentally friendly.

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OCI Company Ltd., OCI Solar Power’s parent company, founded in Seoul, South Korea. The global company’s portfolio spans more than five decades in the fields of renewable energy, fine chemicals, insulation materials, and, most recently, bio.


OCI Company Ltd. launches commercial production of 9-nine grade polysilicon and later offers 10-nine and 11-nine grade polysilicon as a primary raw material used by more than 50 leading PV solar companies around the world.


OCI Company Ltd. becomes the world’s No. 1 polysilicon supplier, the raw material for solar cells. It remains one of the top two largest manufacturers of polysilicon in the world.

OCI Solar Power LLC (OCISP) founded.

OCISP becomes the first developer to bring utility scale solar to Texas by signing a Power Purchase Agreement with the City of San Antonio, acting through the largest municipal gas and electric provider in the U.S., CPS Energy, to develop 400 MW of clean, renewable energy. Later another 100 MW are added.


OCISP completes Project Delsea, 3 MW, in Vineland, NJ, the company’s first installation to go online.


OCISP completes Project Holmdel, 3 MW, in Holmdel Township, NJ.

OCISP completes Alamo 1, 39.2 MW, in San Antonio, TX for CPS Energy.


OCISP completes Alamo 2, 4.4 MW in Converse, TX for CPS Energy.

OCISP completes Project Lavonia, 1 MW, in Lavonia, GA for CPS Energy.

OCISP completes Alamo 4, 39.6 MW, in Brackettville, TX for CPS Energy.


OCISP completes Alamo 3, 5.5 MW, in Converse, TX for CPS Energy. This project is 100% in compliance with the Buy American Act.

OCISP opens the Mission Solar Energy module manufacturing plant in San Antonio, Texas with the capability of producing 200 MW of N-Type and P-Type PV cells and modules for utility customers.

OCISP completes Alamo 5, 95 MW, in Uvalde, TX for CPS Energy.


OCISP completes Alamo 6, 110 MW, in McCamey, TX for CPS Energy. This is the largest dual-axis solar farm in the U.S. and it is 100% in compliance with the Buy American Act.

OCISP completes Alamo 7, 106.4 MW, in Haskell, TX for CPS Energy.

OCISP successfully commissions and Energy Storage System (ESS) with a capacity of 1 MW/250 kWh within the Alamo 1 project boundary.

OCISP completes Project Pearl, 50 MW, in McCamey, TX for CPS Energy. This project is 100% in compliance with the Buy American Act.


OCI Solar Power completes Project Ivory, 50 MW in Lamesa, TX for CPS Energy.


At OCI Solar Power, we are committed to living out our core values in the communities we serve. To see the community solar projects we’ve completed, click here.

Other San Antonio-area contributions include:

  • Alamo 2 & 3 are located in high visibility sites where drivers can easily pull over and witness the solar modules in action.
  • OCISP helped launch solar-based courses at St. Philip’s College.
  • OCISP committed to providing five scholarships to students who are part of the solar program at St. Philip’s College.
  • OCISP has provided an allowance for an educational facility that would enable presentations to local schools at an operating solar and storage facility in the San Antonio area.

Additionally, we volunteer with several charities and carefully choose programs that support the following objectives:

  • Youth development and literacy
  • Environmental stewardship
  • Energy & Innovation
  • Biotechnology & Research

Below are a few of the initiatives in which our employees have taken part.

  • In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, employees stepped up to help feed families and fund the San Antonio Food Bank. Over a two-week period, we gathered 166 pounds of food and raised $1,600.
  • If you want to design, construct, practice law, crunch numbers, or market a project, you can do those things while working at a solar company. Students at Oak Grove Elementary learned about all the possibilities during Career Day.
  • Call it a victory! Our United Way Employee Donation Drive exceeded expectations and we raised more than 3,000 for nonprofits in the San Antonio area. To celebrate, Charles Kim, President & CEO, dressed as a winning football player and posed for pictures with employees.
  • Brisket, ribs, and sausage – oh my! OCI Solar Power employees got another chance to taste test all the barbecue staples at CPS Energy’s annual GrillsGiving: A Celebration of Meat & Music at Mission County Park in November. More importantly, proceeds benefit the Residential Energy Assistance Partnership (REAP) to help pay the energy bills of customers who qualify for assistance.
  • Keeping kids in school and giving them tools they need is a priority. That is why we sponsored Communities in Schools of San Antonio’s annual luncheon as well as its Mars Colony Competition, took part in its Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive, and spent the evening promoting the importance of clean energy to families at Montgomery Elementary.
  • In 2019, OCI Solar Power became a corporate sponsor of the Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio. We took part in STEM week activities, teaching kids all about solar and solar farms and sharing our award-winning book, Bryan’s Solar Adventure, at two different clubhouses.
  • We continue to support the ThriveWell Cancer Foundation by sponsoring and attending its Annual Luncheon in April and the Healing Hearts Gala in October. We also took time gather items and put together care packages for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
  • Barbecue, live music, and fun. OCI Solar Power was proud to sponsor CPS Energy‘s GrillsGiving on November 17, 2018. Proceeds raised benefit the REAP program which helps customers who need assistance pay their utility bills.
  • The goal was to raise $3,000, and we exceeded it! During a 2-week employee donation drive, OCI Solar Power raised over $3,700 for the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. Add in the company match, and that’s more than $7,400 that will help families in our area. As a thank you, Charles Kim, President & CEO, dressed up in a sun costume and posed for pictures with employees.
  • For the third year in a row, OCI Solar Power employees gathered comfort items and created 20 care bags for patients at the ThriveWell Cancer Foundation. A note of encouragement was included in each bag as well. This giving project has become a tradition tied to our annual United Way Employee Fund Drive.
  • Elementary through middle school students learned all about solar and even made solar bracelets when we teamed up with Mission Solar Energy to host an information and activity table at the Boys and Girls Club’s Fall STEM Fest on September 20, 2018.
  • We helped Stuff the Bus! Pens, paper, crayons, markers, erasers, backpacks, and binders were just some of the items we collected for the Communities In Schools of San Antonio school supply drive. This year was a record breaker, with 31 tons of school supplies collected at an estimated monetary value of more than $670,000.
  • As part of our 2017 United Way Employee Donation Drive, OCISP and MSE employees collected comfort items – including blankets, hats, socks, journals, lotion, and snacks – and placed them in care bags. Volunteers with the ThriveWell Cancer Foundation then handed out the bags to local cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
  • OCISP served as a sponsor of the inaugural National Night Out at Brooks City Base on October 3, 2017. Along with our sister company, Mission Solar Energy (MSE), we also hosted a fast-pitch game where visitors could hurl chunks of ice to test the durability of MSE’s solar panels.
  • On September 1, 2017, OCI Solar Power and Mission Solar Energy employees donated two truckloads of water, diapers, and baby wipes to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. The Category 4 storm made landfall along the Texas Gulf Coast on August 25.

If you have a program or project that you would like us to consider supporting, please contact our communications team with the following information:

  • Description of project or program including how it aligns with the objectives mentioned above
  • How you would like us to help