The trend for making ever-larger electricity producing wind turbines was only ever going to end up here. Sky Wind power Corporation intends to transform the renewable energy portfolio by enabling conversion of vast and persistent energy in high altitude winds into abundant electrical power with its Flying Electric Generators. These rotorcraft rise like helicopters to where sufficient wind enables a smooth transition to their simultaneously acting as kites to stay aloft and as windmills to generate electricity. Power flows to the grid via their anchoring tethers. The company claims capacity factors two to four times greater compared to land-based turbines, and cite excellent potential for this technology in countries where high altitude winds blow persistently which include Europe, Japan, Korea, most of China, most of the continental United States and Australia, northeastern Africa, and the most populous areas of Argentina and Canada, and little old New Zealand. The kites will be high, very high. Wind velocity is typically two to three times as great at 30,000 feet, as it is at 100 feet above ground, and it is intended that they could reach this altitude.