Hydrodynamic screw reverses for renewable energy

Hydro power, renewables, landustry, turbine, water fall

Water from the lake at Penllergare Valley Woods flows downwards to the river below, turning the screw to produce electricity.

With rising energy costs, not only is industry looking for energy-saving solutions, but even better are energy-producing solutions. Hydrodynamic screws are a low-cost, environmentally sound way to generate energy. Their origins go back to ancient Greece. Andritz Atro gave the original disign a new twist. Read More