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From windmills to kites, the Netherlands continues to be the centre of innovative energy generating technology.

New technology that captures high altitude wind may improve the energy supply to rural areas of the developing world, according to researchers at Technology University Delft, in the Netherlands.

Lou del Bello spoke to Professor Roland Schmehl and masters student, Christoph Grete about their pioneering work.