The most stable wind systems on earth are the trade wind zones. One can clearly see these in the above graphics, north and south of the equator, in form of the southeast trade wind and the northeast trade wind. These wind zones move with the seasons, and during winter their winds are stronger than during summer. The KITE GAS/FUEL SHIP power plants move with the seasons, too, and navigate AI-supported according to the wind forecast to operate with a maximum capacity factor or 80-90% per year, resembling an operation time with full load hours of 7000-7800 hours per annum.
The KITE GAS/FUEL SHIP actively navigates to areas of high wind speeds. A further advantage over fixed wind power plants is it flexibility to find the best market to sell H2 or e-fuels, and its flexibility to react to changing wind systems due to climate change.
Is is an RES (renewable energy source),
with integrated H2 conversion and storage,
and with logistics up until offload at terminals for H2 (hydrogen), NH3 (ammonia), CH4 (e-LNG), or synCrude.