Advanced Microturbines

We create energy harvesting solutions that recover electrical energy from the decompression of gas or water. These solutions enhance the environmental sustainability of gas and water networks and contribute to reduce CO2 emissions.

Our energy recovery solutions align with the United Nations 2030 Agenda, the European Green Deal, and ESG requirements.


Efficiency and Innovation in Energy Harvesting

A Microturbine is an energy harvesting system that generates electrical power by exploiting a pressure drop in a gas or liquid. The energy produced can be used as a continuous power source in off-grid areas, enabling real-time, data-driven monitoring and control of gas and water networks. It allows for a reduction in network management costs and helps decrease emissions, reduce water losses, and thus increase network efficiency and environmental sustainability.


We offer two distinct categories of products, each designed for specific needs and applications.

The first category includes Microturbines of various sizes, suitable for powering IoT systems. These microturbines are designed to work with both natural gas and technical gases, as well as water, with an energy generation capacity ranging from 30 W to 200 W.

The second category consists of a larger Turboexpander, with a power range from 3 kW to 50 kW. This device is ideal for generating energy in gas decompression stations, offering an efficient solution for large-scale energy recovery.

IoT system management

Gas Microturbine

Gas Microturbines enable real-time monitoring and control of gas networks, facilitating predictive maintenance and thus reducing maintenance costs, management costs, and CO2 emissions.

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Water Microturbine

Water Microturbines also enable real-time monitoring and control of the water network, with benefits in terms of pressure monitoring and control, leading to a reduction in water losses and mechanical stress on pipes.

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Power generation

Gas Turboexpander

The solution for power generation up to 50 kW by recovering the energy associated with gas expansion in gas pressure reduction stations.

The electrical energy thus obtained can be used, for example, for re-injection into the national grid or microgrid, or for powering heat pumps or for producing green hydrogen.

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Each installed microturbine has the potential to yearly recover up to

0 MWh
of otherwise-wasted energy
0 ton*
of CO2 reduction
0 trees*
for CO2 emissions absorption

(*) CO2 estimate based on average values in Europe


We are committed to reduce the environmental impact through our innovative energy efficiency solutions, and we are honoured to have been selected by COP28 as one of the 39 global ‘Energy Transition Changemaker‘ companies. This recognition highlights the value of our solution in the global energy transition and in achieving decarbonization goals.

Applications and Benefits

The Microturbines of Advanced Microturbines generate energy in off-grid areas where gas and water networks pass, supporting digitalization with IoT technology in remote areas.

They significantly contribute to reduce CO2 emissions and are instrumental to improve the operational management and reduce the total cost of ownership . Made in Italy with sustainable materials, the Microturbines have a low carbon impact in terms of LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) and support ESG goals.


Increasing Efficiency

for a Low Environmental Impact

The continuous and reliable power supply of sensors and actuators through the generation of electrical energy exploiting the Microturbine enables real-time monitoring and control of gas and water networks, increasing the efficiency and safety of the networks themselves.

Reducing Costs

Continuous Real-Time Monitoring

Reducing gas and water losses is an important factor in containing emissions and the waste of a precious resource like water. By exploiting the Microturbine to enable real-time monitoring and control of pressure, it is possible to significantly reduce losses, contributing to environmental protection and optimizing the use of resources.

Data-driven network management through the use of the microturbine particularly reduces mechanical stress on pipes, thus reducing the risk of breakage and increasing the network’s lifespan. Moreover, real-time pressure management optimizes resource use and reduces waste, contributing to greater environmental and economic sustainability.