Our permanent magnet alternator turbine has a unique Venturi / Bernoulli flow acceleration system, no shaft or gears, a large wildlife and debris excluder, an easy way out for small marine life, EMF shielding, very low maintenance and non-toxic coatings. This turbine design can be installed on floating structures, or can be piling-mounted and pivoting with a very small footprint on the ocean floor/substrate, or can be mounted on a hoist attached to a bridge or seawall, or can be towed behind a vessel.

Thanks to our innovative design, we are able to develop flexible size and output capabilities for site specific requirements from small to very large scale installations. This turbine design can be optimized for units as small as 1.5 kW up to 6 MW or larger. Our turbines can either be grid connected or off-grid linked to a storage and inverter system. A grid connected system will contribute to regional grid stabilization and help meet peak power demand, whereas an off-grid system can provide continuous power, independent of utility companies.

We have a new product that is unique in the global market due to:
- Larger energy output than our competitor’s designs because of our proprietary flow acceleration technology
- Increased efficiency because of our modulation software extracting optimal power at any flow speed
- Shallow water as well as deep water location capability (as low as 10 foot depth)
- The ability to generate electricity at very low flow speeds
- Environmentally friendly design that will not harm sea creatures or the seabed

Development Methodology
​Hydrokinetic Energy Corp. is a design, development and testing laboratory using the latest cutting edge technology. Our turbines are created through 3D computer modeling, then analyzed with state of the art CFD (computational fluid dynamics) software. Afterwards the test models get fabricated on our large format 3D printer and tested in our flow simulation tank. All real life data such as RPM, electrical output, flow speeds and characteristics are meticulously logged and recorded for comparison to the computational data. We are capable of producing flow speeds anywhere from 0.5 knots up to 6.0 knots. Using either salt water or fresh water and even introducing fish and marine life into the tank enables us to simulate any real life conditions.