REC was founded in 1996, and has since become a leading global provider of solar energy solutions. At the end of 2015, REC had produced around 20 million solar panels amounting to more than 5 GW of clean energy. That’s enough to power almost 8 million people at home. Solar is our focus and we do it exceptionally well. With initiatives such as in-depth industry and market studies, combined with strategies that support sustainable business growth, it's no wonder that REC is widely regarded as a thought leader in the solar industry.
Founded and headquartered in Norway, REC is the largest European brand of solar panels, and a truly global company, with offices, representatives, partners, and installations with REC panels all over the world.
A solar installation of any size is a long-term investment. Thus, when deciding which brand of panels to choose for your solar installation, you want to be sure that the manufacturer will be around for the duration of the warranties it offers. REC is a proven long-term player in the solar industry that you can count on.
Our after-sales service is second to none, and we want you to be happy with your solar installation throughout its entire lifetime. We have technical experts in each region in the event that support is needed.
Commitment to partnership
We aim to build long-lasting partnerships with both our direct customers and solar installers worldwide. It is together with them – and you – that we aim to achieve our ambitious vision, where every person benefits from electricity directly from the sun.
At REC, ethical business practice is of the utmost importance and we pride ourselves on demonstrating commitment to corporate ethics and personal integrity. The REC Code of Conduct governs this and underlines REC’s commitment to doing business the right way. This ensures we have the strongest working relationships with our partners, customers, and suppliers. The REC Whistleblower Procedure is in place to help enforce this. In addition, the Modern Slavery Act is in place to ensure the prevention of human rights violations related to our operations, our supply chain, and our products.