Company Overview

Company Overview

Gintech Energy Corporation is driven by a sense of mission – the desire to make a meaningful contribution towards protecting the planet. Established by a group of like-minded individuals from different backgrounds – including semiconductors, the petrochemical industry, electronics and accounting – Gintech has a first-class management team, together with outstanding R&D personnel and technical advisors. Gintech possesses all of the capabilities needed for rapid growth. Since its establishment in August 2005, Gintech's impressive performance has enabled the company to establish itself as a leading player in the solar energy industry. Gintech commenced its production in 2006; the company was listed on Taiwan's Emerging Stocks Exchange in 2006, and on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in 2007. Sales revenue has risen steadily.

Since beginning its production in July 2006, Gintech has worked tirelessly to boost the output and efficiency of its solar cell production. Within two months after commencing volume production, Gintech had achieved a yield rate and an average conversion efficiency that were the highest in the industry. Production at Factory Site A, Hsinchu Science Park, began in 2007 and has reached total production capacity of 870MW. Gintech became the world’s largest solar cell plant in one single building in 2009. We added 300MW capacity at Site B (Science Park) at the end of 2011.

We are constantly working in providing state-of-the-art crystalline solar cells to famous, international module manufacturers, and upgrading product efficiency and service quality. Our products are distributed to customers in Germany, Spain, Italy, other European countries, the United States, Japan, China, India, Korea and other Asian countries. Gintech exports more than 95% of its products to overseas markets.

Gintech has focused on establishing long-term supplier relationships with leading international makers. Gintech's current installed capacity is 1.5GW. Furthermore, Gintech has formed strategic alliances with upstream polysilicon and wafer makers and with downstream module manufacturers and system integration distributors, so as to enhance its competitiveness through vertical integration.