TCL first released proprietary G12 monocrystalline silicon wafers, which have higher photoelectric conversion efficiency and effectively reduce the cost of the entire industry chain. Now this technology is applied to silicon wafers, solar cells, modules, power stations and other products. Silicon is the second most abundant element in the earth's crust, constituting 26.4% of the total mass of the earth's crust. And monocrystalline silicon is one of the purest substances in the world, a carrier of semiconductor chips, and a core material for photovoltaic power generation. This combination has the advantages of high power, high efficiency, high reliability, etc., which effectively reduces LCOE (Levelized Cost of Energy) and facilitates clean energy.
The global photovoltaic market continues to improve, with an intensified competition in the silicon wafer industry worldwide, but it is estimated that TCL's installation capacity will reach 225GW in 2022 and its product strength and operational strength will become some key differentiators in the market.
In the future, TCL will adopt a global strategy to focus on large-scale solar plants and the DG (distributed generator) market. The company will continue to strengthen its own advantages, continue to increase the scale of production, reduce investment in unit equipment, and improve efficiency through technological innovation.
TCL’s goal is to become a leading brand in the global DG market, and to become one of the best component manufacturers for reducing LCOE in the global Utility Power Plant market.