Energy Monitor’s ‘Airborne wind energy is finally ready for lift-off‘  includes references to our white paper for AirborneWind Europe.

It mentions that our paper states that AWE enables increased energy generation per square kilometre, at lower carbon intensity, compared with other renewables – and eventually at lower cost. It also mentions the other advantages mentioned in the paper including a smaller environmental impact and material use, reduced upfront costs and logistical requirements, an effective use of space, and the possibility of reusing foundations from decommissioned wind farms.

You can read the article in full on the Energy Monitor website: ‘Airborne wind energy is finally ready for lift-off