During the project period 4 granted patents have been secured, 3 by acquisition and approval of 1 own patent in EU. The patents will be used to secures freedom to operate. Kitemill’s test and demo site has been improved and is state of the art in the Airborne Wind Energy sector. The impact of the technology have been studied further. AWE can become the most suitable renewable energy technology to replace diesel consumption with more than twice the availability of solar. The small footprint compared to solar, and the 90% reduction in mass compared to conventional wind turbines, makes will make it easier to install and possible to relocate the capacity during its lifetime. Diesel consumers often have a temporary need for energy or lack ability to take large up-front costs, both of which can be solved with assets which can be moved cost efficiently. Further wind OEMs of conventional wind turbines see the opportunity to combine new large wind turbines with kite turbines to improve energy yield, the increased wind resources in higher altitude allow production to continue when near surface winds are low and the main production halt, this is typically when the energy prices are peaking. Shared infrastructure cut cost and makes the business cases compelling, and the niche serving as a promising entry market to utility scale deployment.