JA Solar joins global initiative in sustainable development of industrial and commercial enterprise

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  • JA Solar, a prominent leader in the PV industry, has taken the lead in launching a groundbreaking initiative aimed at addressing climate change and fostering sustainable development of industrial and commercial enterprises on a global scale.
  • Partnering with over thirty enterprises worldwide, the initiative seeks to bridge sectoral divides and industry chain barriers, paving the way for green and low-carbon development strategies for industrial and commercial enterprises.

The initiative, titled Global Industrial and Commercial Enterprises Green Development Initiative, underscores the urgent need for collective action in combating climate change. Through this collaboration, JA Solar and its partners are committed to raising awareness about low-carbon environmental practices, advancing energy efficiency and emission reduction efforts, foster the development of a circular economy, and prioritizing the use of green energy through technological innovation.

JA Solar was originally founded in 2005 and is based in Beijing, China. The company was listed on the US NASDAQ in 2007 during an early growth phase and has recently been acquired by JASO Acquisition Limited which effectively has taken the company private again.

The company has 9 manufacturing facilities in China and one in Malaysia and Vietnam with a total annual production capacity of 42.5 GW (reported by Bloomberg NEF). This makes JA Solar one of the top 5 manufacturers of solar panels in the world. JA Solar has over 25,000 employees across the world.

Find out more on JA DeepBlue 4.0 Pro Series PV solar panels HERE

JA Solar’s high quality solar panels are readliy available on the African continent through an extablished distributor network. 

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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