We want clean energy for our people.
The simplicity and cost-efficiency of Turbulent micro-hydro water turbines open up a new world of opportunities to isolated rural communities. Turbulent can help in the development of rural areas and have a positive impact in the planet by providing clean, reliable energy to everyone in a cost-effective way.
Reliable, affordable green energy.
Turbulent water turbines are ideal for governments, NGOs or CSR departments wanting to allocate funds towards rural electrification.
Remote electrification for lighting and communications for homes, medical clinics, schools, small businesses, public infrastructure, and other facilities.
Submersible turbines from 5 to 200 kW
An ideal solution for multiple locations
Can be installed on and off-grid
Harness clean energy from rivers or canals that were never viable before and power remote communities, schools, hospitals, small businesses, public infrastructures and more.
A reliable and constant energy source
Energy 24 hours, 365 days a year
Multiple turbines to power entire regions
Generate 40.000 to 1.600.000 kWh per year per turbine
Easy civil works and installation in a couple of days
Easy transport on a small truck
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Unique GIS software.
Turbulent has developed a unique GIS software that can help you to find thousands of potential sites in your region! This innovative tool makes hydropower simpler than ever.
Once the site information is confirmed by a local engineer, different sizes of turbines can be installed to meet the energy need of each location.
Furthermore and as a scalable solution, an interconnected network of turbines along the stream can provide up to multiple megawatts of power to supply higher energy demands.
Turbulent will become a partner in your projects, helping you along the way and providing assistance for site feasibility, installation, commissioning and maintenance training.
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Our latest installation in The Green School Bali, provides up to 80% of the energy consumed by more than 700 students, teachers and staff.
The 13 kW water turbine provides as much as renewable energy as a solar installation the size of four tennis courts.
Jonh Hardy, co-founder of The Green School explains:
''11 years ago we dreamt of the vortex, we dreamt of a school that was off-the-grid. And after many, many years of struggle and many false starts, we discovered the Turbulent vortex and I’m very happy to say that is working well and we certainly will consider putting one [extra] just down the river. In fact, every river in the world could have one of these, every time the river drops a meter and a half and I would totally recommend it. Local, beautiful, hydropower.’’