The world's first patented hydroelectric vortex turbine
The KCT is a non polluting, revolutionary micro hydro vortex turbine which harnesses the rotational kinetic energy created by the earth to generate free, abundant hydroelectric energy, other than by currents or tides.
There were initially Patents granted in 18 countries, with additional patents now also being sought in over 60 countries.
The KCT uses the flow not the fall of water, and can operate with a very low head, well under the 3 metre minimum required by conventional turbines to operate efficiently. Furthermore it is a hydro turbine which does not interfere with the flow rate, enabling the system to be used sequentially in a waterway.
What makes The KCT unique?
For a prepared site it takes 12 hours to assemble a KCT, not including optional concrete work. Due to the transportable design of the hydro turbine, it can be transported on the back of a truck and lifted into place easily; enabling access to hard-to-reach sites.
With no greenhouse gas emissions, no environmental damage & no impact on water flow rate the KCT is the most versatile micro hydro vortex turbine available.
Recent News & Publicity
On 29 November 2017 Paul Kouris was the Guest Speaker at the annual Christmas Dinner of the …
On 4 April 2017 Paul Kouris is Interviewed on 3XY 1422AM Melbourne where he discusses and explains …
On 24 March 2017 Paul Kouris together with Peter Zanon, the KCT Patent Director for China and …