ForceField Energy is an international manufacturer, distributor, and licensee of alternative energy products and solutions. The company operates in three of the largest and fastest-growing areas of the global renewable energy space: industrial waste heat recovery and conversion, commercial LED lighting products, and solar cell feedstock production.
TransPacific Energy, a subsidiary of ForceField Energy, has patented a technology that uses "waste heat" from various industry processes and other sources to provide clean electricity. The subsidiary's process directly captures and converts heat from the heat source, without any heat transfer fluids, at temperatures from 80ºF up to 900ºF. This is a far broader range than any other competing systems on the market, unlocking a countless number of new applications.
Through its exclusive multinational distribution agreement with Lightsky, ForceField has a firm foothold in the commercial lighting products industry as well. The LED lighting market is growing at a 32% compound growth rate because of the absence of dangerous chemicals, government regulation phasing out old lighting technology, 50-70% lower energy costs, exceptionally long life, and beautiful illumination.
ForceField is also a significant manufacturer and distributor of trichlorosilane ("TCS") in China. TCS is a specialty chemical primarily used in the production of polysilicon, which is an essential raw material in the production of solar cells for PV panels that convert sunlight to electricity. TCS is considered to be the first product in the solar PV value chain before polysilicon, and is also the principal source of ultrapure silicon in the semiconductor industry.
Key Investment Highlights
Clean Cap Structure - No Overhang and Virtually No Debt
Experienced Management Team with Track Record of Success
Multimarket Business Model Targeting Rapidly Growing Industries
NASDAQ Up Listing in Process to Increase Visibility and Share Price
Proprietary Clean Energy Technology Targeting Enormous Market Opportunities
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