Ryter Cooperative Industries prides itself to connect and provide both technical, engineering support and services for community development. The company chooses to take the initiative to create more successful avenues of restoring, regenerating and reapplying reusable sources of energy in all forms of social and economic research & development. By including the implementation of arts, educational training and cutting-edge technology, we are able to both integrate and engage our citizens into the growth and sustainability of all communities.
WHERE INNOVATION MEETS NATURAL RESOURCES
Our Engineering Services defined our creativity and engineering education to its maximum. We embrace integrated ideas that best serve energy preserved and practical strategies.
Home Energy Auditing: We evaluate the energy efficiency of your home and/or office and perform our services to reduce heat loss and save energy all while improving the heating and cooling of your home and or office.
Custom Computers Systems: We design, build and setup custom computer systems fr your various funtional, environmental, and artistic design needs.
IT Services: We provide the application of business and technical expertise to enable organizations in the creation, management and optimization of access to information and business processes
Community Development: We engage community members in comprehensive think tanks that take collective action and generate solutions to common technological and energy driven problems.
Technical Training: We provide industrial, practical, or mechanical arts and applied sciences as a type of technical institute. We serve and educate
SOLAR ENERGY FACTS
Fact 1: Solar energy is a completely free source of energy and it is found in abundance. Though the sun is 90 million miles from the earth, it takes less than 10 minutes for light to travel from that much of distance.
Fact 2: Solar energy which comprises of radiant heat and light from the sun can be harnessed with some modern technology like photo-voltaic, solar heating, artificial photosynthesis, solar architecture and solar thermal electricity.
Fact 3: The solar technology can be distinguished into active and passive. Photovoltaic panels and solar thermal collectors which harness solar energy are examples of active solar technology. Passive technology includes constructing rooms to improve air circulation, orienting space to favorably use sunlight.
Fact 4: The earth gets 174 Petawatts of incoming solar radiation in the upper atmosphere. About 30% is reflected back to space and the rest is absorbed by oceans, clouds and land masses.
Fact 5: The water cycle is an important result of solar insulation. The earth, oceans and atmosphere absorb solar radiation and their temperature rises. Warm air rises from the oceans causing convection. When this air rises to high altitudes, clouds are created by condensation of water vapor. These clouds cause rains that bring water back to the earth’s surface which completes the water cycle.