Strategic Partnerships

For piloting activities and co-developments, we partner with pioneers, leading utility companies, and venture clients that are agile and ambitious in the energy transition.

To secure industrialization and upscaling, we cooperate with globally successful suppliers for component development and manufacturing (such as Siemens, Bachmann Electronics, and Invent).

Interdisciplinary and industry-related research is conducted together with outstanding institutions, such as Fraunhofer IWES, German Aerospace Center (DLR), TU Berlin, and others.


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From 12/01/02 to 12/04/02 EnerKíte will participate in the digital trade fair WindEnergy Hamburg. The aim of the matchmaking is to find new customers and contacts in the field of strategic investors and partners for the implementation of our unique portable airborne wind turbines. For the first time the minimum product for the market entry EK200 FP with 30 kW output will be promoted. To participate, we have applied for a grant from funds of the European Fund for Regional Development and the State of Brandenburg at the ILB Investitionsbank of the State of Brandenburg.
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Teut Windprojekte GmbH is a front runner in the planning and operation of conventional wind farms and is highly experienced in introducing new technologies to market.
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Sponsoring of the comprehensive software design and rapid prototyping (Solid Edge ST) and co-development towards reliable and efficient drive trains
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Bachmann Electronic GmbH is a global market leader in industrial automation in the field of renewables supporting us with high performance and reliable Controls and Monitoring Systems
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As a recognized industry leader for innovative fiber composite technologies, INVENT develops high-precision structural components for aerospace and custom lightweight construction, from the initial idea through to series production
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Fraunhofer IWES provided power and LIDAR wind measurements and GIS-based analysis of the AWE potential within joint studies.
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The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is a national research center of the Federal Republic of Germany for aerospace, energy, and transportation. The Institute for Composite Structures and Adaptronics (FA) within DLR is a partner for the toolchain validation covering design, construction, and manufacturing of fiber composite components.
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We have a long-term strategic partnership with the Technische Universität Berlin in forward-looking, transdisciplinary research and teaching. In addition to issues of engineering excellence, this includes questions of acceptance and approval as well as the creation of a normative framework.

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