REC ASA - Invitation to REC Silicon, Moses Lake field trip

Sandvika, January 26, 2010 - Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) is pleased to invite financial analysts and investors to attend a special field trip to REC's polysilicon plant in Moses Lake, Washington (WA), USA on March 16, 2010.
The number of participants will be limited, and analysts and investors who are interested in attending will have to register in advance. Priority will be given to sell-side analysts that are covering REC and current REC shareholders.  Please note that we will only be able to accommodate one representative per company.

President & CEO Ole Enger and REC management representatives will give presentations and host a tour of the manufacturing facilities including the new Silicon III plant and the FBR unit. An audio webcast from the management presentations will be available, and all presentation material will be released on the day of the event.
The visit starts at Boeing Field, located 15 minutes from downtown Seattle, on Tuesday, March 16 with departure to Moses Lake at 8:00 am.  REC will arrange for transportation by a chartered flight directly into Grant International Airport in Moses Lake.

The chartered flight will take the participants back to Boeing Field the same evening; with estimated arrival at 7:30 pm. Participants will have to make their own arrangements for travel to and from Seattle, as well as for accommodation in Seattle.

If you would like to participate, please go to
www.recgroup.com/fieldtrip to register. Deadline for signing up is Friday, February 12. 

For more information please contact us at
fieldtrip@recgroup.com.

Mikkel Tørud
Vice President & Investor Relations Officer
Renewable Energy Corporation ASA

About REC
REC is the leading vertically integrated player in the solar energy industry. REC Silicon and REC Wafer are among the world's largest producers of polysilicon and wafers for solar applications. REC Solar is a rapidly growing manufacturer of solar cells and modules, and is also engaging in project development activities in selected segments of the PV market. REC had revenues of NOK 8 191 million and an operating profit of NOK 2 529 million in 2008. More than 3 000 employees work in REC's worldwide organization. Please also see
www.recgroup.com.
 
 
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