1500 renewable energy products in stock

The best brands, the widest selection: we carry over 1500 specialized solar, wind and other energy products – such as charging stations for plug-in electric vehicles. All of them in stock and ready to ship from our expansive warehouses in Montreal, Canada, and Guadalajara, Mexico.

More than 200 active clients, including 100 partner-installers

Our partner-installers form a network of competent and reliable professionals covering all of Eastern Canada.

Top-notch professional services

Engineering, system design, resource selection, technical support… For renewable energy production, solar heating or air conditioning, plug-in electric vehicle charging stations, etc. No matter the extent, complexity or nature of your project, our team is ready to help.


Making headlines


More than ever, Hydro-Québec, the borough of Saint-Laurent and Rematek Énergie are counting on the exceptional potential of industrial rooftops to contribute to the production of renewable energy.

Saint-Laurent proposes a bold plan to mobilize its industrial leaders. In this article, Mayor Alan DeSousa of the Borough of Saint-Laurent praises solar technology and talks about his local project. In it, the Borough of Saint-Laurent proposes a bold plan to mobilize the leaders of its industries to participate in the collective effort by installing solar panels on their roofs. Rematek Énergie partnered with the Borough of Saint-Laurent in their first solar pilot project on the borough’s roofs. Rematek Énergie has long believed that the roofs of commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings are under-utilized and can contribute greatly to the…

We’re in the news!

While solar energy is growing exponentially around the world, including elsewhere in Canada, this form of energy remains the great forgotten of the energy transition in Quebec. Marco Deblois and Mike Perrault, Rematek Energy partners, answer in this article the questions of La Presse on the development of solar energy in Quebec. Read the article : Le soleil, le grand oublié de la transition énergétique
Panneaux solaire Lemay - Rematek Énergie