Waterotor Energy Technologies inc.

at Suite 201, 236 Metcalfe St., Ottawa, K2P 1R3 Canada

For more information contact us at Info@waterotor.com

Waterotor Energy Technologies inc.
Suite 201, 236 Metcalfe St.
Ottawa , ON K2P 1R3
Contact Phone
P: 613-747-2460 Ext 201


Waterotor Energy Technologies Inc. has developed and demonstrated a unique technology for cost effective continuous sustainable renewable electrical energy. Waterotor is a proprietary hydrokinetic device that economically generates electrical power from slow moving ocean currents, waterways, rivers, and streams. It is a high reliability, low maintenance device that can operate for very long periods without the need for an operator, maintenance, and without incremental operating costs. It operates at flow speeds as low as 0.8 m/sec (1.8 mi/hr) with a high efficiency and low cost output, which is far below existing hydro generators. Waterotor enables continuous generation of electrical energy with low environmental impact.

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Waterotor Energy Technologies Inc. was founded in 2011 and has become the optimum renewable energy solution to fill energy voids on a global scale.
The company is now ready to satisfy global market demands starting with unserved regions and expanding to other markets.
Waterotor Energy Technologies Inc. will supply affordable electricity to the 1.2 billion people without power and the 800 million people that depend on high-cost fossil fuel generators for their power.
Waterotor is the first technology to economically and affordably harvest electricity from slow moving water which covers 71% of the planet.
No other water energy extraction device has matched our high energy output while operating in very low water flows, as slow as 2 to 6 mph.
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Waterotor has completed more than seven years of development .
Numerous wind tunnel and waterway tests have been completed as well as testing in the world’s largest flume tank at Memorial University in St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada.
We are also preparing for final long-term verification testing in multiple locations including the Canadian Hydrokinetic Turbine Test Centre (CHTTC) located near Winnipeg Manitoba:
Waterotor is an emerging technology game-changer.
Only Waterotor has the capability to harness affordable renewable power from slow moving water which flows over most of the planet.
Hence it is an attractive solution to provide global rural electrification – important goals of the United Nations and the World Bank.
Waterotor is an IP Development and systems management company bringing an advanced precisely defined, patented, proven and scalar sizing technology.
It can address the global market creating a revolutionary new era of low-cost electrical energy nearly everywhere.
Waterotor’s staff includes senior executives and major contractors with successful track records in bringing advanced technology innovations from early stages of research through the development process and ready for production.
Yes, Waterotor is fully patented World-wide, over 80 countries have issued patents – with extensively added patents each year, pending advances plus providing patent fencing.
Waterotor patents are jumbo patents with a very high degree of Global protection.
The 1,000 watt Waterotor will be demonstrated soon in a number of global locations to select groups of Governments and strategic interested companies.
Our initial target markets for Waterotor are the following: The 1 billion people today that do not have electricity and will never be connected to the grid The 800 million people that have electricity but it is very expensive (i.e. running off of a diesel generator for a few hours a day at around costs of $0.50 to $1.00/kW-hour).