Converting from conventional energy production methods to renewable and other green energy worldwide is now holding a strong position in power generation. Escalation of burning fossil fuels has already augmented the greenhouse gasses, mutilated the ozone layer, and deteriorated our descendants’ existence in our very own planet [1]. The use of renewable natural resources such as solar energy, wind energy, hydro energy on full scale instead of fossil fuels, coal, and atomic energy will be commendable. Approximately 20% of the total energy consumption worldwide is now from renewable energy [2]. Many of the riverine countries are blessed with spontaneous water flow along with strong streams from rivers throughout the year. The continuous flow of water generates a stream, which can be used for rotating turbines, and will help to produce green energy [3]. Several hydro turbine methods has been implemented so far. Here two types of hydro turbines is going to be implemented together for higher energy production. One of the turbines is a floating axial hydro turbine, which will be implemented on the shallow water surface and, another turbine is a kinetic river turbine, which will be situated on the river bed. The system will use two separate energy, kinetic and potential energy, from the stream as well as the turbine blade, will make this operation viable. Depth of water will play a prominent role for implementation. Maximum electric power production from the system can be obtained by following proper block diagram.

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