Weather-resistant MBB technology

AUO has long been dedicated to offering global clients comprehensive solutions with sustainable value, and excels in technological advancement, quality management, and supply chain control.

As a solar module manufacturer, AUO led the industry in Taiwan when it was the first to introduce multi-busbar technology (MBB) in 2017 in response to market trends and different application fields; it also developed weather-resistant modules in consideration of the particularity of the Taiwanese environment.


Weather-resistant MBB technology:


    • Adopts MBB HCC technology to improve and provide stable power generation efficiency.
  • Using weather-resistant design, special materials, packaging technology, and reinforced frame structure, it has superb performance in weather resistance, with high humidity resistance, salt mist resistance, and strong wind resistance.
  • Meets the diverse needs of the market.

Quality control

In addition to continuous improvement in technology, AUO possesses its own laboratory for quality control and has established a product ORT (On-going Reliability Test) management system to ensure the commitment of each solar module to generate electricity for 25 years.


Supply chain control

In terms of supply chain management, in addition to the EICC standards, AUO also regards suppliers as important partners in its operations. Through close integration and cooperation both upstream and downstream, AUO not only provides customers with diverse solutions, but also focuses on the layout and operation of the future ecosystem. Supply chain partners can join in CSR together, work together to reduce costs, share profits, and develop business opportunities, and take as a common vision the simultaneous pursuit of global sustainability and economic growth.

In addition, AUO is committed to the promotion of green power to reduce the carbon footprint, both in response to global carbon footprint management trends and for upholding the original intention of green products. Particularly, solar module products have reflected the impact of actual competitive power. Using the French solar power plant investment bid as an example: AUO fully implemented and confirmed that the source of materials and production from the upstream materials poly silicone, wafer, and cell to downstream module manufacturing were all in conformity with low-carbon manufacturing processes, thus ensuring that the performance of low-carbon emissions was consistent with the standards of the solar power plant bidding system formulated by the French CRE (French Energy Regulatory Commission); it also obtained CRE certification, allowing it to provide low-carbon products to customers.