Fuel Cells Works, ZeroAvia Completes First High-Power Ground Tests of New 19 Seat, Zero-Emission Aviation Powertrain System in California

ZeroAvia Expands its Hydrogen-Electric Aviation Program to 19-Seat Aircraft and Raises Additional $13 Million in Funding for Large Engine Development

By | News | No Comments June 29, 2021 | 5 min read June 29, 2021 | 5 min read
  • ZeroAvia secures two Dornier 228 aircraft for the next phase of its research and development for clean hydrogen-electric aviation.
  • The 19-seat program will take place at the company’s newest facility in Kemble, UK, with additional support from its Hollister, CA location.
  • This 600kW hydrogen-electric powerplant initiative builds on the company’s technological achievements and flight testing of its hydrogen propulsion powertrain in its 6-seat aircraft prototype.

KEMBLE, United Kingdom and HOLLISTER, Calif. — To continue the company’s trajectory toward zero-emission flight, ZeroAvia is ramping up its 19-seat aircraft program to decarbonize and revolutionize regional air travel.

Fuel cells works, Germany: H2Global Starts and Nordex Becomes a Founding Member

First Hydrogen Cargo into Germany to be delivered 2024: H2Global

By | News | No Comments June 28, 2021 | 5 min read June 28, 2021 | 5 min read
  • $1.1 billion state aid for green hydrogen imports
  • Project readiness key for 500 MW of projects
  • First HPA expected 2022, HSA auction in 2023

Germany’s green hydrogen import initiative H2Global expects physical delivery of a first cargo into Germany by end-2024, Timo Bollerhey from the H2Global Task Force told S&P Global Platts June 24.

Fuel cells works, Study Offers Plan To Overcome Hurdles For Hydrogen Energy

Study Offers Plan To Overcome Hurdles For Hydrogen Energy

By | News, Research News | No Comments June 28, 2021 | 4 min read June 28, 2021 | 4 min read

AUSTIN, Texas — The U.S. is counting on hydrogen to play a significant role in the low-carbon economy of the future, but fundamental questions about transportation, storage and cost need to be addressed in order to integrate hydrogen gas into the nation’s existing infrastructure, according to a preliminary study from a new research program at The University of Texas at Austin.

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