TCC Chairman Nelson Chang states, "Everyone has only one nationality, Earth."
In 2020, TCC joined industry peers to support the Climate Ambition to deliver carbon neutral concrete products in 2050 announced by the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) and committed to lower carbon footprint of cement and ready-mixed concrete (RMC) products.
In recent years, TCC Group has been amplifying efforts to build a circular economy and renewable energy installations.
Combining the technology and expertise of the two subsidiaries: TCC Green Energy (TCCGE) and E-Moli, TCC began developing "energy creation" and "energy storage" for renewable energy sources. TCC's board of directors recently passed the resolution to invest up to NT$10 billion (~US$350 million) to build a super battery factory in Kaohsiung, the largest city in southern Taiwan.
In 2019, TCCGE unveiled Taiwan’s first Solar-Wind Renewable Power Station using the most advanced solar panels and wind power installation to enhance power generation.
By PR Newswire