Singapore Plant

Singapore plant from the air
REC's integrated solar production facility in Tuas, Singapore was officially opened by Prime Minister Lee on November 3, 2010. This milestone is the largest single investment ever made by REC, the largest clean tech investment ever made in Singapore at 2.5 billion Singapore dollars (about EUR 1.3 billion).

The Singapore solar facility produces wafers, solar cells and solar panels for customers worldwide. The production is based on multicrystalline technology. For 2012, a total of 722 MW of solar panels were produced at REC's Singapore facility.

Career opportunities 

We are always looking for talented people for our Singapore production. Look for current career opportunities, or register your CV in our talent database.

Moving closer to competitive solar energy

The scale of the Singapore project represents a step change in REC production capabilities. In Singapore, we have established a very professional operational organization, which is delivering excellent results. The plant allows REC to offer products that are starting to compete with traditional, grid-based electricity.

The Singapore facility employs around 1,500 people.