Hydro-mechanical and hydro-electrical

It is possible, for example, to drive one or more:

  • agricultural transformation machines
  • direct current generators for recharging batteries
  • asynchronous generators (three-phased motors) supplying electrical power for mainly resistive loads: lighting of LEDs, for example.
  • pumps, wood-cutting saws, etc.

In light of the power required for small hydro-electrical facilities, the energy available will be limited to the essential requirements of the many, to economic activities that are profitable to all and likely to make the best use of the energy produced.

This involves reorganising how communities work and changing certain habits and customs in order to adapt to sharing a common resource.