WindEnergy Hamburg 2018

Airborne Wind Europe and its members took the opportunity to present Airborne Wind Energy at the world’s largest wind fair and conference, WinEnergy Hamburg fair in September 2018 to the wind energy industry.



Airborne Wind Europe and its members had a highly frequented booth at WindEnergy Hamburg 2018 (25-28 September 2018). Over 1000 visitors have taken the time to visit our booth and get in touch with us and the exhibits.


It was an excellent opportunity for many wind energy experts from utilities, developers, wind turbine manufacturers to get first-hand information on the principles of airborne wind energy, the status and plans of our member companies and to discuss opportunities for collaborations with our industry.

The Airborne Wind Europe booth with working prototypes from our members Kitemill (plane in the forefront), FE Create (Winch) as well as a model of the offshore floating solution from Ampyx Power (on the right side)


Videos from our OEM member companies


Download our short report from the Hamburg Wind 2018 fair here.

AWE Forum @ Hamburg Wind


We also held the 2. AWE Forum @ Hamburg Wind, on Wednesday, 26 September 2018.


The keynote speaker, Henrik Wall, PM Disruptive:
Renewables at E.ON provided E.ON’s assessment of the promises and current status of AWE. E.ON is the most active utility in the field, having a dedicated team for AWE, having made investments in our member company KPS and currently building an AWE test wind site with our member company Ampyx Power.


In addition, our member companies Ampyx Power, Kitemill, Skysails Power, Kitepower, EnerKite and Twingtec will presented their newest developments.


Download the schedule and invitation to the 2nd Airborne Wind Energy Forum

WindEurope 2018 Conference at the Global Wind Summit


Our Secretary General, Udo Zillmann, presented in the WindEurope 2018 Conference at the Global Wind Summit.


Session: Turbine technology; New approaches to drivetrains, yaw, converters, cables …and airborne

Airborne Wind Energy – Could flying wind turbines become reality?
 Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 15:00 – 16:15
Where: Room: Brussels


Link to Session

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