Catch The Wind

Windlift’s Airborne Power Generation (APG) systems
employ proprietary designs and engineering to capture
and store wind energy in the most efficient and reliable manner.

Catch The Wind

Windlift’s Airborne Power Generation (APG) systems employ proprietary designs and engineering to capture and store wind energy in the most efficient and reliable manner.

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Windlift Airborne Power Generator [APG] Flight Simulation

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Windlift Airborne Power Generator [APG] Assembly

Blowing Everything
Out Of Proportion

Due to their high operating altitude and unique aerodynamics,
Windlift’s Airborne Power Generation (APG) systems can
capture the same per unit energy output of traditional wind
turbines while using only 5% of the material.

Blowing Everything
Out Of Proportion

Due to their high operating altitude and unique aerodynamics, Windlift’s Airborne Power Generation (APG) systems can capture the same per unit energy output of traditional wind turbines while using only 5% of the material.

WindLift

Windlift airborne wind energy systems operate at higher altitudes (200-400 ft.) where winds are faster and more consistent, and energy can be generated much more efficiently.

The entire system (wing, tether, ground station) is extremely compact and provides over 7x the power density (power/mass) of solar systems, and 10x the power density of existing wind turbine systems.

These compact systems can be transported anywhere, and deployed completely in 30 minutes or less.

Each unit is designed to operate continuously for five years, in almost any weather condition.

Wind Turbines/Solar

Traditional wind turbines are limited to slower, less consistent low-altitude winds.

Large blades, tower, and supporting infrastructure require vastly more materials to build and even more resources to maintain.

Wind turbines take months to install and are permanently embedded in a single location.

Solar arrays require more space, more installation time, and more materials to yield a comparative output.

windlift

Windlift airborne wind energy systems operate at higher altitudes (200-400 ft.) where winds are faster and more consistent, and energy can be generated much more efficiently.

The entire system (wing, tether, ground station) is extremely compact and provides over 7x the power density (power/mass) of solar systems, and 10x the power density of existing wind turbine systems.

These compact systems can be transported anywhere, and deployed completely in 30 minutes or less.

Each unit is designed to operate continuously for five years, in almost any weather condition.

Wind Turbines/Solar

Traditional wind turbines are limited to slower, less consistent low-altitude winds.

Large blades, tower, and supporting infrastructure require vastly more materials to build and even more resources to maintain.

Wind turbines take months to install and are permanently embedded in a single location.

Solar arrays require more space, more installation time, and more materials to yield a comparative output.