This Simple River Turbine Can Power Your House! ...Constantly.

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From idenergie.ca/en/river-turbine/ -- "We estimate that 1.4 billion individuals across the world are without electricity, most living in rural and distant areas inaccessible to the national or regional electricity grid. The most common energy solution available is the use of gas generators which are polluting and can be expensive to maintain in the long term. As an alternative, the use of green technologies is rapidly growing.
Renewable energy solutions are gaining popularity especially in the residential market. Billions of dollars are invested every year on solar and wind systems. However these renewable energy products do not represent optimal solutions for meeting individual needs due to intermittent production of energy resulting in weather variations. In consequence, these systems are only used to 12% to 35% of their capacity implicating an over sizing of installations and storage systems to accumulate the energy when produced. However one regular and predictable energy source is unexploited: the river.
Among all renewable energy sources, only the river can provide a predictable and reliable source of energy, 24 hours a day. Idénergie’s turbine is the solution of choice to fully benefit from the continuous production of energy offered by the river. This allows, among other advantages, the use of less batteries than the standard norm since the energy produced is uninterrupted and less subject to weather variations. Idénergie’s river turbine is the only water driven technology that meets the needs of a residence by directly supplying household appliances and recharging batteries. It equally represents an excellent emergency backup system because of the endless supply of energy it provides.
Easy to install
Our turbine can be dismantled in separate pieces in order to facilitate shipping to the the most remote locations and is ready to assemble on site. This allows for a simple and fast installation which requires only 2 individuals in less than a 24 hour period. The turbine is attached to a stable pillar from the front with a steel cable and is deposited on the river bed, self positioning in the fluid like a kite. Electrical DC connections are simplified by the presence of our embedded electrical converter. All that’s left to do is connect the output cable to your batteries, without any additional electric equipment.
Idénergie’s river turbine has an embedded smart converter that allows the conversion of the energy harnessed from the water current into electricity to recharge batteries and power home appliances. In addition, it allows the user to have better control by automatically regulating the rotational speed of the turbine thus extracting maximum power from the current; it has a built-in motor mode to enable automatic start-up and emergency disconnect of the turbine on demand. In case water speed is very low, the smart turbine can use the generator in motor mode to initiate sufficient movement in order to produce electricity. The output power is set to DC current, from 24 to 48 and more in order to allow the transport of electricity over long distances.
Low maintenance
Idénergie’s river turbine uses a new type of electric generator which Idénergie is the inventor and sole manufacturer. The generator is very efficient at low water velocity and provides an energy production equivalent of 4 to 10 solar panels (between 2 and 6 kWh/day). Our unique patented shaftless technology prevents any water intrusions within the generator’s electric casing, allowing an almost maintenance free subwater generator.

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Nov 19, 2016

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Lombard Gamer
Lombard Gamer Month ago
there must be some flaws, right?
Energy Zone
Energy Zone 2 months ago
Great Idea !!! Only issue is that the generation components are in the water and will eventually degrade .
Steve Cotton
Steve Cotton 3 months ago
I went onto there site and guess what no proved figure's and no price.
Matthew Timberlake
Matthew Timberlake 4 months ago
Ok so how much to buy one?
Adam Illingworth
Adam Illingworth 4 months ago
imagine getting your leg stuck in that ....ouch!
steven 6 months ago
power your house and get fresh sashimi, take my money
Andy Au
Andy Au 6 months ago
Better be used alongside with a battery and smart grid.
maejohl 8 months ago
So how many salmon can this thing skin in an hour?
KGBz 7 months ago
Thomas Mc Loughlin
Thomas Mc Loughlin 7 months ago
Lol true there obviously needs to be a diversion for it . And also something to stop the trees etc
MushroomMagpie 9 months ago
Cool... but it still kills aquatic life
Bill 10 months ago
How do you hook it up?
Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor 9 months ago
William Crocker must be blue tooth. lol
AlissonSv2 11 months ago
The thing is turning out of the water ...The fuck?
Cordelia Blakeslee
Cordelia Blakeslee 11 months ago
I did something very similar, new plans from Avasva helped me with this.
Shannan Schisler
Shannan Schisler 11 months ago
I made it by myself. I used Avasva solutions for that.
Shanta Hsieh
Shanta Hsieh 11 months ago
I know Avasva has the best online plans ever
Shantel Guetgen
Nice movie. However you should take instructions from Avasva website if you want to learn how to make it easily.
Shanta Hsieh
Shanta Hsieh Year ago
Really enjoyed your video. Let's check Avasva plans also
Dennis Harold
Dennis Harold Year ago
I took great plans from Avasva . It help me a lot with my own solars.
Lucian Earley
Lucian Earley Year ago
So what could you do to reduce your power bill without being forced to move? Energy Star stated that energy is consumed mainly by heaters and coolers at home. Try generating your own power and save on energy bills through the generating power method “boma fetching unique” (Google it).
Azazel Year ago
Where I can buy that generator or buy the schematics ?
Mountain peaks Group
how much can that power
steve mitchell
Wow it powers a refrigerator the size of a Rubik's Cube and a little monitor the size of a large cell phone cool......
maejohl 8 months ago
not forgetting the diesel generator out back
radio tech
radio tech 9 months ago
u use that along with a few solor cells and a wind generator and u got everything u need for power
Feckry Channel
Feckry Channel 2 years ago
how was the price? im from Malaysia.
blue280485 2 years ago
Brilliant concept! This would be great for rural communities with access to a nearby river. Just curious to know can it work with sea waves energy??
Kavin Serrano
Kavin Serrano 4 months ago
Right, because using oil it's more efficient and kills less fishes
HERPY DERPEDY 10 months ago
nicholas antony TAKE THAT NEMO!!!
Mr. Lachance
Mr. Lachance Year ago
Just enjoy the free chopped fish
STIIMPRA97 Year ago
im sure a cage of some sort would fix that.....or a power station.....i know which one id pick
nicholas antony
it will also chop a lot of poor innocent fish up living there lives or otters an beavers to so failure SHOULD BE BANNED NOT ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY.
Slow Poke
Slow Poke 2 years ago
For only $10,000.00
Mark Berry
Mark Berry 2 years ago
sat ka
sat ka 2 years ago
how that twest
MONSOON RISING 2 years ago
what is the name of that sound track👍
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