Annual Report 2012

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Sandvika, March 22, 2013: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) has published its Annual Report
for 2012. The Annual Report is attached hereto.

The report is also available for download on REC's website: www.recgroup.com/annualreport2012
http://www.recgroup.com/annualreport2012 

To receive a printed copy of the report, please use the order form on the same webpage.

For more information, please contact;
Mikkel Tørud, VP & Investor Relations Officer, +47 976 99 144

About REC

REC is a leading global provider of solar electricity solutions. With nearly two decades of
expertise, we offer sustainable, high-performing products, services and investment opportunities
for the solar and electronics industries. Together with our partners, we create value by providing
solutions that better meet the world's growing electricity needs. Our 2,300 employees worldwide
generated revenues of more than NOK 7 billion in 2012, approximately EUR 1 billion or USD 1.3
billion. To see more of what REC can offer, visit www.recgroup.com.

 This information is subject of the disclosure requirements acc. to §5-12 vphl (Norwegian
Securities Trading Act)

2012 Annual Report http://hugin.info/136555/R/1687539/553454.pdf 


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