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ET Solar Group Donates PV Systems to Remote Tibetan Villages

August 7, 2008

NANJING, China, Aug. 7 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ — ET Solar Group Corp. (“ET Solar”), a Nanjing-based vertically integrated manufacturer of photovoltaic products including ingots, wafers, modules, and state-of-the-art dual-axis tracking systems with manufacturing facilities located in Taizhou, China, announced today that it has donated multiple PV systems to eight remote Tibetan villages.

ET Solar donated multiple PV systems worth nearly one million RMB, which will provide electricity for the eight Tibetan villages. These villages are located in a remote rural area that is more than 4,000 meters high and not connected to any electricity grid system.

In addition to the donation, ET Solar also performed installation of the PV systems and provided extensive training to the Tibetan villagers to ensure that they acquire sufficient knowledge about the systems. The company also donated television sets to the villages so that the villagers will be able to follow the Olympic Games.

Chief Human Resource Officer and Vice President of ET Solar, Kevin Huang commented, “While expanding our global franchise rapidly, ET Solar is also very committed to helping underdeveloped Chinese areas with much needed energy supply. This donation is a showcase of our long-term commitment in these efforts. We care and we help.”

About ET Solar

ET Solar is a vertically integrated solar component manufacturer. Headquartered in Nanjing, China, ET Solar has two manufacturing facilities in Taizhou, China. The company’s diversified products range from mono- and multicrystalline ingots, mono- and multicrystalline silicon wafers, modules, dual-axis tracking systems and BIPV products.

   For more information, please contact:     Marieke Lubbers    ET Solar Group Corp.    Tel:   +86-25-8689-8098 x9017    Email: marieke@etsolar.com  

ET Solar Group Corp.

CONTACT: Marieke Lubbers of ET Solar Group Corp., +86-25-8689-8098 x9017,or marieke@etsolar.com




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