The Steffturbine is distinguished by its exceptional cost-benefit ratio. When heads and flow rates are low, its performance is still above average. Even in the partial load range, its efficiency remains high. With its technically straightforward construction, the Steffturbine is assembled and ready for operation in just a few hours, with no need for auxiliary structures. It functions reliably, at low operational and servicing cost, and can also withstand extreme weather conditions at extreme, sub-zero temperatures.

An intelligent energy management system is tuned to the actual demand for electrical power and takes the best available feed-in tariffs into consideration. Which means that the Steffturbine always supplies electrical power at the lowest cost.

Power Export to grid

Isolated, stand-alone operation

Self-sufficient, combined network