Guido Luetsch pitches NTS and its high-altitude wind technology
Ecosummit TV: “Fish don’t need electricity,” says Aloys Wobben of Enercon. While offshore there is more wind, there is also less demand. As Guido Luetsch explains in his pitch, the German startup NTS tackles this problem by going to an altitude of 500m onshore in order to harvest stronger winds. NTS has got a running prototype in which high-altitude kites are steered by robots sitting on a straight track system on the ground. NTS is backed by 3M and wants to raise €5M from new investors for the closed loop pilot system. Moreover, NTS is partner of Autodesk’s cleantech programme using their software to design the steering robots and track system.
The ECO12 Düsseldorf presentation slides of Guido are available as PDF.
Tags: 3M, Autodesk, Cleantech Startup, ECO12 Duesseldorf, Ecosummit TV, Germany, Guido Luetsch, High-Altitude Wind, NTS, Uwe Ahrens, Wind Energy