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Los Angeles, October 12-14, Booth 3418

JA Solar to unveil new SECIUM solar module at Solar Power International 2010

Shanghai | Posted on October 5th, 2010

JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd, one of the world's largest solar cell manufacturers, will unveil their new SECIUM module at Solar Power International 2010 in Los Angeles, California, October 12 - 14, 2010.

JA Solar will be located at booth 3418, where they will showcase the new module and high efficiency solar cells at this year's event.

JA Solar executives, including Chief Executive Officer Mr. Peng Fang, Vice President Mr. Ming Yang and Vice President and Acting CTO Mr. Yong Liu will remain available to provide further detail on their newly launched SECIUM module.

"In keeping with our strategic roadmap, JA Solar remains committed to developing cost-effective, high-efficiency solar technologies with PV cell technology at its core," said Dr. Peng Fang, CEO of JA Solar. "We remain dedicated to advancing our specialized technology, as illustrated with the launch of the new SECIUM module, and will continue to extend our technological lead with a clear goal of building JA Solar into the most technologically advanced solar company on the globe."

To book an interview with a JA Solar executive, please contact the press department listed in the contacts section.

Event: JA Solar at Solar Power International 2010
Time: October 12 - 14, 2010
Location: Booth 3418, Los Angeles Convention Center

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About JA Solar
JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. is one of the world's largest suppliers of high-performance solar cells and solar products. Established in May 2005, the company is engaged in the design, development, production and sales of solar energy products. JA Solar is listed on NASDAQ in the United States (ticker symbol: JASO) since February 2007. The leading-edge solar cell manufacturing facilities utilize advanced solar cell processing equipments from suppliers in Germany, Italy, and U.S.A.

For more information, please visit www.jasolar.com.

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