& Innovation

Lighter-than-air and cylindrical :
welcome to the future of wind power

Welcome to the deep tech core of Wind Fisher, where helium balloons,
aerodynamics, and lightweight structure converge to redefine the future
of wind power.

The physics behind it

At Wind Fisher, our commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in wind energy is driven by a deep understanding of physics and aeronautics. We have determined that rotating cylinders have better fluid dynamics than profiled airfoils for airborne wind energy.

Our team of experts is dedicated to technical innovations that not only address the challenges of traditional wind energy but also pave the way for a safe, resilient and cost-effective future.

“Today’s wind turbines are based on an age-old concept. It is now time we use
modern physics to bring wind energy to a new era.”

Benefits of the Magnus effect

This revolutionary concept delivers unprecedented benefits:

Extra light footprint

Parts in movement require 20 times less material than an equivalent wind turbine.

Light infrastructure: the ground station fits in a 40-foot container and doesn’t require concrete foundations.

Quick Deployment

No need for extensive ground infrastructure;
deployable in just 1 day.


Suitable for both low and high wind regions, addressing a limitation of classic wind turbines.

Safer Wind Energy

Safe takeoff due to the lighter-than-air design.

Safe flight: the Magnus effect ensures stable flight when reacting to wind gusts.


Thanks to a high load factor of 65%, twice that of a traditional wind turbine, and low-cost design, the MAG offers a very competitive cost of energy.