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New study supports high altitude wind farms as an alternative energy source

by Futures Centre, Oct 18
1 minute read

A research team at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia has devised a study for the best altitudes for flying newly devleoped high-altitude wind power technology. The study showed that farming from high altitudes could provide an abundant and reliable energy source, with the potential to eventually overcome some of the limitations of traditional wind turbines.


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