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Kite Power Systems

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Kite Power Systems is developing a novel power generating device in the space that is commonly known as ‘Airborne Wind Energy’. The company recently finished a raise to develop a 500 kW version of their technology, they have moved from the Essex coast and are now based in Scotland.

Bill Hampton the CTO will explain: how the company started including the early funding, why use kites at all what are their advantages, the relative strengths and weaknesses of various airborne wind energy methods, then a view of the competitive landscape before going into details on how Kite Power Systems build their specific solution.

(Please note that due to unexpected speaker unavailability, the talk on LiFi by Prof Haas will be rescheduled for later in the year)

This talk is part of the IOP East Anglia Branch Applied Physics Seminars series.

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