The Future of Wind Energy


1.Identify suitable areas
2.Assume all land contracts
3.Arrange appropriate license
4.Provide appropriate wind energy equipment
5.Find investors
6.Organize assembly of equipment
7.Deliver project in electricity production stage

Airborne Wind Energy

Airborne wind energy systems work extremely well on islands due to high coastal winds ensuring strong steady power generation. Islands offer fundamental challenges for any energy supply, as the cost of running a power line or even supplying fuel to local generators are often several times what the same would cost on the mainland. For this reason, energy tends to be supplied by generators running on diesel imported at very high costs. Kites power offers an excellent solution to reducing the fuel consumption, cost and environmental footprint of these generators.

Kites power can be integrated into microgrids allowing to unlock the potential of airborne wind energy When integrating Kites power in combination with batteries, diesel generators can be switched off completely. Hybridizing with Kites power results in less diesel consumption for more clean energy, culminating in considerable financial savings even for areas that do not experience consistent high wind speeds.
Large automated towing kite systems are suitable for the propulsion of ships and for energy generation. Since 2008 pilot customer vessels have been operating propulsion kites in order to reduce fuel costs and emissions.