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High-altitude wind power (HAWP) is the harnessing of the power of winds high in the sky by use of tether and cable technology. An atlas of the high-altitude wind power resource has been prepared for all points on Earth. A similar atlas of global assessment was developed at Joby Energy. The results were presented at the first annual Airborne Wind Energy Conference held at Stanford University by Airborne Wind Energy Consortium.

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  • High-altitude wind power
  • Énergie éolienne aérienne
  • Energia eólica de alta altitude
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  • A energia eólica de alta altitude é a hipótese de aproveitamento do vento de elevada altitude através do uso de tecnologia de amarras e cabos. Têm sido propostos vários mecanismos para capturar a energia cinética do vento, como papagaios, aeróstatos, planadores e planadores com turbinas. Uma vez que a energia mecânica deriva da energia cinética do vento, estão disponíveis diversas opções para o uso dessa energia mecânica: tração direta, conversão para energia elétrica na atmosfera ou numa estação no terreno ou conversão para laser ou microondas para outras aeronaves ou recetores no solo.
  • High-altitude wind power (HAWP) is the harnessing of the power of winds high in the sky by use of tether and cable technology. An atlas of the high-altitude wind power resource has been prepared for all points on Earth. A similar atlas of global assessment was developed at Joby Energy. The results were presented at the first annual Airborne Wind Energy Conference held at Stanford University by Airborne Wind Energy Consortium.
  • L'énergie éolienne aérienne (Airborne Wind Energy, AWE en anglais) désigne l'énergie du vent à des altitudes qui ne sont pas accessibles pour les systèmes éoliens conventionnels supportés par un mât (éolienne, voile) et les techniques de récupération de l'énergie cinétique des masses d'air en déplacement par rapport au sol. Son exploitation était déjà envisagée par John Etzler en 1833, mais ce n'est qu'au début du XXIe siècle que la faisabilité a été démontrée. De nombreux projets voient depuis le jour, que ce soit dans l'optique de la propulsion (maritime, terrestre ou même aérienne) ou dans celle de la production d'électricité. Récupérer l'énergie du vent en altitude est intéressant car :
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