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Front turbine body

External casing of the turbine that connects to the pipe by standard means.

Front turbine block

Element guaranteeing turbine block tightness, concentrates and accelerates the water flows over the propeller blades.

Propeller & alternator

An alternator with no seals and no grease, immersed in and lubricated by the water. Blades designed to make the most of low speed flows.

The picture above shows the Turbine Front Body, the Turbine Front Block and the Propeller & Alternator.

We help water system operators to provide quality services and avoid them management complexity through real time information feedback with our PICOGEN® standalone power supply solution.

PICOGEN®, energy for intelligent drinking water networks

The PICOGEN® innovation offers access to renewable, available and currently unused energy on the spot, in a move towards a more reasonable energy mix and reasoned consumption.

The PICOGEN® technology, with its multiple patents, broadens the range of possibilities by using energy from low speed flows.

The easy installation and limited maintenance requirements of the PICOGEN® solution result from its stream-lined design, devised to make life easier for users.

The PICOGEN® turbine is a unique response to market needs: it enables autonomous supply of electric equipment throughout the network, even in isolated sites, sites where flow speed is low and sites with a low admissible head loss.


A breakthrough innovation to optimise efficiency

The solution comprises:
– An innovative turbine that adapts to the most common pipe diameters.
– A control device or regulator to deliver and optimise electricity production.

PICOGEN® is fitted in-line on water network pipes to supply the various electric devices.

An integrated bypass (patented) to avoid the need for network derivation and to ensure network safety in the event of sudden high flow speeds.


Save Innovations offer is dedicated to securing (energy & quality) water networks.

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Quick, simple, in-line installation, according to industry standards, on pipes without requiring a bypass.


Adapts to all sites and types of use: electricity is produced even from low speed flows with little head loss.


Reduced maintenance by design, no moving seals and no lubrication required.


Access to electricity without needing a connection to the electric grid.


Built-in safety device to protect the project and its environment, notably against water hammer effects.


Real-time monitoring of production and consumption.

Case Study

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Water networks: Collection

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