Not only from the sun, it is also possible to generate useful energy with a bit of ... water! In alpine shelters, it is often necessary to build facilities dedicated to the needs of the building, such as the flowing water system from a source consisting of a socket, sedimentation ... Basically, you already have an energy plant available to exploit! In fact, our micro-turbines can work in the same system, producing energy continuously that is precious in an alpine shelter. In fact, unlike solar, turbines, even if small, can produce for 24 consecutive hours, making a great help to consumption and batteries. In these photos, the CAI shelter in Sonvico has integrated a microturbine to our water system that produces about 100 watts and then through batteries get to have 2.4kWh per day more energy to power lights, refrigerators and have a self-sufficiency both with nice that the bad weather!