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Updates:

Jan 26, 2008:
Refreshed: v3.0!

Jan 11, 2007:
Improved: v2.5!

June 25, 2006:
Major upgrade: v2.0.

June 25, 2005:
First release: v1.0.

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History:

Idea: 1993
Established: 1996
First Wafer: 1997
Large Contracts: 1999
Global Expansion: 2001
Silicon Plant in US: 2002
Third Plant: 2003
Going Public: 2005
Rapid Growth: 2007
Continuing Growth: 2009

 

Manufacturing:

REC is ARRA Eligible

US Made Silicon

 

 

andreas01 template has a simple but useful layout: a fixed-width 3-column page with a header and a footer. The template can be used in many diffferent ways, and it should be a great starting point for you to customize, play with and add your own personal touch to. A 2-column version is also included.

Useful links:

REC Group Site:

www.recgroup.com

REC Solar PV Modules

This is a free and standards-compliant XHTML/CSS website template, a great tool that makes it possible for people with limited web design experience to build a really good website. You are completely free to make any changes and modifications that you may want to, and use the template for any purpose without any obligations or limitations. I kindly ask you to leave the original design credits in the footer to support my template design work, but it is not any requirement.

Example image - aligned to the right

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Adding your own header image

The default header image shows a snowy street in the small town of Porjus, northern Sweden. It is easy to add a custom header. Just replace front.jpg with an image of your own! If you use the same file name and image size as the default image, 760x175 pixels, you don't need to edit the header image tag at all.