Cranfield seeks funding to develop hydrogen-powered aircraft

Aerospace Solutions plans to raise £30 million ($37.19 million) this year to construct hydrogen-powered electric aircraft.

The UK-based business, which was established when Cranfield University was spun off, is in negotiations with a number of investors and plans to introduce the aircraft as early as 2026.

Cranfield intends to use the money to create a demonstration aircraft in the air and to begin developing the final product.

Paul Hutton, CEO of Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, stated: “It will give us runway until the end of 2024.”

Charbone attends Cresent Street Grand Prix Festival

Charbone declared their attendance to the Montreal, Canada, June 15–June 18th, 2023, Cresent Street Grand Prix Festival. Charbone has been invited by the event’s organizer, the Feldman Entertainment Quebec Inc. agency, to take part in this illustrious and remarkably well-attended event. Hyundai Nexo vehicles fuelled by hydrogen will be on display from Charbone.

Race fans have always made Crescent Street in Montreal their destination during the Grand Prix weekend. The Crescent thoroughfare Grand Prix Festival is held on this downtown thoroughfare, which also serves as the hub of Montreal’s nightlife. The Crescent Street Grand Prix Festival will provide Charbone unprecedented visibility. The Montreal Grand Prix is known around the world as the best Grand Prix City.

Hoogeveen begins hydrogen distribution network construction

The development of a green hydrogen distribution system has begun in Hoogeveen. The new homes in Nijstad-East that are being constructed will soon have heating provided by this technology. The system can also be connected to houses that already exist in Erflanden. It is a significant accomplishment after years of planning.

In the Netherlands, the construction and conversion to hydrogen are relatively young. That is why there needs to be a lot of customisation in areas like technology, rules, and money.

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