Aviation

Airbus, Air New Zealand Jointly Study Hydrogen Aircraft Feasibility

WELLINGTON, New Zealand–Airbus SE and Air New Zealand Ltd. have agreed to jointly research the feasibility of operating a hydrogen-fueled aircraft by the end of this decade. Airbus, which has been exploring three hydrogen-powered aircraft concepts, said the joint study would help it understand the practical challenges of putting an …

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Hyzon Motors to provide ZeroAvia with Fuel Cell Stack

Zero-emissions aviation company ZeroAvia is looking to Hyzon Motors Inc. (NASDAQ stock symbol HYZN) to provide its high-density and yet lightweight fuel cell stack. Hyzon is a leading global supplier of hydrogen fuel cell stack systems for heavy vehicles. ZeroAvia has placed an order for these units in order to …

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Hydrogen-Powered Planes Aren’t Just Pie in the Sky

It’s impossible to turn the clock back on the industrial and technological gains of the last couple of hundred years, but at the same time, it’s increasingly clear that we need to prevent further damage to the planet. For individuals, flying is one of the most polluting activities they can …

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Octopus Hydrogen to supply ZeroAvia – 100% Green Hydrogen

Octopus Energy Group’s newly established hydrogen arm, and hydrogen aviation pioneer ZeroAvia have today announced a partnership agreement in which Octopus Hydrogen will provide 100 per cent green hydrogen to ZeroAvia’s R&D centre at Cotswold Airport in Kemble. Courtesy of ZeroAvia ZeroAvia will supplement on-site electrolysis hydrogen production, during the testing, certification …

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UK – Milestones for H2 Aircraft and Glass Production

One of the world’s first large-scale demonstrations of 100% hydrogen firing for glass production has concluded in Liverpool, in the same week that ZeroAvia inked a new deal to support its hydrogen plane trials in the Cotswolds. Image: HyNet North West The demonstration for producing float sheet glass using pure …

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UK Airport to Help Test Hydrogen Vehicles

Teesside Airport has today been announced as one the UK’s first pilot zones to test hydrogen vehicles as part of the Tees Valley’s status as the country’s Hydrogen Transport Hub. The £2.5m project will see the airport, among other key Tees Valley organisations, have commercial and support vehicles fitted with …

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HyPoint Partners With Piasecki Aircraft to Deliver Next Generation Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell-Systems

HyPoint, the company developing zero carbon-emission turbo air-cooled hydrogen fuel cell systems for aviation and urban air mobility, today announced that it has entered into a multi-phase collaborative development agreement with Piasecki Aircraft Corporation (PiAC), a pioneer in advanced rotorcraft and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) platforms and technologies, for the development and …

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