These Whirlpool Turbines Can Provide 24/7 Renewable Energy For Dozens Of Homes

This whirlpool turbine can power dozens of homes, providing energy 24 hours a day. 

Belgian company Turbulent have possibly come up with a solution to generate energy for small-scale rural areas. Using the power of water, the turbine can be installed to most river and canals, using the current to produce energy – which the creators claim is enough to power up to 60 homes.

Could this be the future for all energy production?

Read more:

Video Rating: / 5

20 Responses to These Whirlpool Turbines Can Provide 24/7 Renewable Energy For Dozens Of Homes

  1. Earth-Chan says:

    Lets Jump inside and see what happen next..

  2. manu P says:

    What happens to nemo

  3. Tommy Chong says:

    What about the Fish , sticks , leaves, and garbage?

  4. jivenesspie says:

    They have had these for hundreds of years. They were called watermills.

  5. Siegfried Vander says:

    Ugh…Whirlpool will never gets old!

  6. Panos Rafail says:

    Where is the generator though?

  7. 808JOKER says:

    Best for Who live at island or preppers bungkers

  8. NallePu83 says:

    24/7 no…..not in winter

  9. Fruitarian says:

    Goodluck winter and dry season

  10. gam mal says:

    so its a horizontal watermill? a better tech would be a turbine that gain power from all of your waste water.

  11. Caiden coffman says:

    In areas we can, we should have small rivers flowing threw cities and get all our power from those. Would be alot prettier and probably pretty cheap.

  12. sami sleiman says:

    Need to have a strainer at some point upstream of this system

  13. The Barbaric Broneh says:

    1:05 them water physics are just as satisfying as Cities Skylines' 😀

  14. Titan_ YT says:

    its safe for fish. continues showing strong smashing waters coming out of the turbine.

  15. Feil Matthias says:

    So you invented a watermill? Oh boy do I have bad news for you…

  16. David MotorGuy says:

    All I'm thinking is how I can use one load of water and make it run in a loop forever!

  17. Abdul Mannan says:

    Another Great Idea

  18. Varun Sankar says:

    The only moving part is the turbine? What about the sluice gate?

  19. Mat Yaqin says:

    It looks like turbocharger

  20. Joseph Stalin says:

    How much did the holla cost

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *