About RIC Electronics
The Experts behind RIC Electronics
We are experts in research, development and continual innovation to supply our customers with the most rugged and reliable industrial power solutions on the market.
RIC Electronics began life in 1981 when founder Peter Malow heeded his entrepreneurial urges to start and grow a business in the dynamic field of power and backup systems. The company’s name is an acronym reflecting the target products: Rectifiers, Inverters, Converters.
Present owners Nad and Scott formed the new executive leadership in 2003, and to date, they have expanded operations from a 3,000 square foot base to 30,000 square feet and from two employees to over 50.
We have developed a reputation as specialists in the engineering design, manufacturing and sale of industrial-grade battery chargers/rectifiers, DC UPS systems, AC UPS systems, converters and inverters. Our customers work in the marine, defense, utility, telecom, oil and gas, mining and general industrial sectors.
New products were introduced to bolster the lineup and better serve the needs of a growing customer base and expanding markets.
Our company branched out from its traditional product offerings in 2013, taking on high-profile electronics and power system projects for clients. Notable among those were:
- A 2 MW battery charger supplied to the Victoria Class Submarine for the Seaspan Department of National Defense Project
- Rheinmetall – Power Systems for Medium-Range Radar
In 2019, our leadership team recognized the value of developing innovative clean technologies to combat society’s adverse impacts on the planet’s ecosystems. A desire to contribute in a meaningful way while growing our business was the impetus for developing our CleanGen™ mobile power source and CleanGrid™ utility-scale power solutions.
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