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JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd. has debuted new solar modules that incorporate the company's six-inch full-square monocrystalline solar cells, which have been certified by TUV Rheinland and have a maximum conversion efficiency of 16.82%.

Mass production of the modules, which offer a peak power output of 275 W, will begin by the end of the month. The panels incorporate proprietary module encapsulation technologies in a 60-cell format.

"The 6-inch module series is another significant step in our efforts to produce industry-leading output at competitive cost levels," says Dr. Peng Fang, CEO of JA Solar. "The new modules' unparalleled output, outstanding conversion efficiency and competitive cost make them a clear leader [for] the burgeoning rooftop market."

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