Fifth Generation Hydropower


Submitted the documents and got approved by the National IPO office


Prototype, ready and got a load bank test and received ISET certificate as well


We got a company licensing certificate from Qatar Ministry of commerce and from Ministry of Economy


Our patent was approved to be internationally patented and got approved from 165 countries under WIPO


We got approval from all GCC to manufacture our product locally


Renewable energy certificate from ENGIE to introduce a new 5th generation concept to the world

The Rob Rockefeller Standard Carbon LLC and HYZ Hydrocell Energy

World Strategic Partnership

Fifth generation hydropower, introduced by HYZ energy, is a significant advancement in the field of hydropower technology.

It addresses the limitations of traditional hydropower systems by utilizing a smart portable design that can operate continuously without the need for natural sources like reverse canals or hills.

This makes it a viable and sustainable energy solution for a wider range of locations.

This Fifth generation hydropower is a renewable and clean energy source, producing no harmful emissions.

Low maintenance and operating costs.

The system requires minimal maintenance and has low operating costs, making it an economical energy solution.

Versatility The system can utilize various water sources, including rivers, lakes, and even wastewater without wasting any resources.

Overall, fifth generation hydropower represents a breakthrough in hydropower technology, offering a promising solution for generating clean, sustainable, and cost-effective energy.

Its versatility, portability, and continuous operation make it a valuable asset for both Flourished and developing regions.

Available Solutions

Our ambitious target is to achieve a 50% share of hydroelectric energy in the global energy mix by 2030.

By making clean energy accessible and affordable, we aim to empower communities, eliminate energy poverty, and create a brighter future for all.

HYZ Energy's Fifth-generation Hydrocell technology is revolutionizing power generation with its innovative use of seawater and closed-loop system.

Unlike other generators that rely on finite natural resources, Hydrocell harnesses the infinite power of water to produce clean, continuous, and portable electrical power.

In addition to its environmental benefits, Hydrocell also others significant cost savings. With no fuel costs and zero CO2 emissions, Hydrocell provides a clean and ffordable energy solution for the future.

Hydrocell uses water as a fuel, a resource that covers 70% of the Earth's surface and will never run out. Hydrocell's closed-loop system circulates the water, eliminating the need for constant replenishment and reducing environmental impact.

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Zafar Hussain

Lead Engineer for The Rob Rockefeller SC Hydrocell Technology

Muneeb Zafar

Lead Engineer for The Rob Rockefeller SC Hydrocell Technology