Wind turbines are known to be another form of energy-rendering sources and MIT comes up with another wacky idea that really looks like it can add more options as far as the demand for energy sources are concerned.
This is with reference to the blimp-sized flying energy source that MIT has unveiled. Similar to a float, the structure measures 10 meters in diameter and floats due to helium.
The idea is that winds are stronger the higher one travels and this model was sent up to 100 meters high and generates nearly two times more power from up there. This invention is an innovative way to use open space for energy.