Most energy in a windmill comes from the last 10-15 percent of the wing tip. We build only that tip, and control its flight using sensors and microprocessors. Connected to a string the flying tip drives a ground-based generator to produce electric energy.
It takes a fraction of the material used in a conventional windmill to build the Kiteborne system, making it the most weight to energy efficient renewable energy available. The reduction in material usage cuts the initial construction cost to advance the BEP significantly.
Logging data from the generator in a KiteBorne Nano.