Founded in Norway in 1996, REC is a leading vertically integrated solar energy company. Through integrated manufacturing from silicon to wafers, cells, high-quality panels and extending to solar solutions, REC provides the world with a reliable source of clean energy. REC’s renowned product quality is supported by the lowest warranty claims rate in the industry.
REC is a Bluestar Elkem company with headquarters in Norway and operational headquarters in Singapore. REC employs around 2,000 employees worldwide, producing 1.5 GW solar panels annually.
REC is a fully integrated provider of solar solutions.
Meaning we not only manufacture solar panels, but also everything that goes into them – from silicon, wafers, cells, to panels, and even going beyond by offering expert services and solutions. Learn more about the company behind the largest European brand of solar panels, including a bit about our past, present, and future.
REC Launches New World’s Highest-power Solar Panel for Residential Installations With G12 HJT Cells
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