AIRBORNE WIND ENERGY

KITEMILL develops Airborne Wind Energy (AWE) technology based on the strong and consistent winds at altitudes 500 – 1500 meters above ground level. AWE will be especially suited to change the global energy mix as the Levelized Cost of Energy will drop due to reduced investment cost combined with increased energy yield. The geographical market increases as AWE not are as sensitive to near ground wind conditions as conventional wind turbines.

 

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17 August 2017 15:34

Kitemill at Vivatech in Paris and at the AWE-conference in Freiburg

Kitemill participated at the large conference VivaTech in Paris in the middle of June 2017. The general manager Thomas Hårklau and the technical manager Lode Carnel informed about Kitemill its tech...

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27 June 2017 15:23

Having a Ph.D. on controlling Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

The project to fly kites, or planes, unmanned and autonomous over longer production periods will soon achieve a break-through. On the first of August 2017 Dr. Espen Oland will start as the head of ...

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10 March 2017 15:21

Students from Europe complete their master using Kitemills technology

The interest among engineering students for Kitemill its technology is strongly increasing. During the last year, there was a large availability of students that took their master degree on Kitemil...

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26 January 2017 15:11

Terje Breivik was informed about Kitemill its technology

Terje Breivik, member of the Parliament and vice-president in Venstre, was informed about Kitemill its technology during a meeting in Voss at the end of January 2017. The meeting was organized by D...

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10 January 2017 08:55

New aircraft developed by Kitemill

A new Norwegian aircraft was flying for the first time in the end of 2016 when Kitemill did its successful test flight at Lista airport. This is the first an aircraft made in Norway is to produce r...

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10 January 2017 08:00

Crowdfunding success of Kitemill

22nd of Desember, Kitemill closed a successful funding campaign. The aim was to attract new investors to the company, to make the company's environmental friendly solutions available soon enough fo...

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Kitemill-team at its offices at Lista Airport, October 2015. From the left: Lode Carnel, Sindre Devik, Jo Grini, Sture Smidt, Thomas Hårklau og Christer Svenkerud. Foto: Jørn Lekve, Kitemill.

Strong team for the future

Employees in Kitemill is the company's most important resource. 

Together our staff got expertise and long experience in the development of new renewable energy environment. They all have different tasks and functions of the company.

The sum of our work driver Kitemill steadily forward in the development of new Norwegian technology.

 

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