JA Solar Holdings announced that its cumulative module shipments to India reached 1GW of capacity.
The 1GW of modules shipped to India represents electricity generation capacity of approximately 1.7billion kWh, which can reduce carbon emissions by 1.47 million tons annually.
JA Solar said it held significant market share in 2016 and leading market share in the first quarter of 2017.
JA Solar has expanded in the Indian market by establishing partnerships with local developers, EPC companies, independent power producers, and other important partners.
JA Solar is the first company to apply double-printing technology to all cell manufacturing lines. JA Solar also achieved 100 percent mass-production of PID-resistant cells and double-85 anti-PID for all modules.
In addition, its components enable its modules to pass long-term reliability and environmental endurance tests. JA Solar modules deliver outstanding performance in the various harsh environments that characterize the India market.
“India is emerging as one of the largest PV markets in the world, and JA Solar is well-positioned to continue to capture market share in the region. We remain focused on driving the R&D innovation that improves our products, which results in reliable modules and professional service to clients,” said Baofang Jin, chairman and CEO of JA Solar.
JA Solar aims to reach its production capacity in silicon wafers to 3 GW, in cells to 7 GW and in modules in 6 GW by the end of 2017.
Since its founding, JA Solar has cumulative shipments of over 20 GW. The company does business in more than 92 countries.