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Airbus, BMW Group, and Quantinuum, world leaders in mobility and quantum technologies, have taken a quantum leap towards revolutionizing fuel cell technology.
Airbus, the renowned France-based aerospace giant, has revealed a concept design for a 100-seat commercial hydrogen-powered plane. This groundbreaking development marks a significant step forward in the quest for sustainable air travel, presenting a potential game-changer for the aviation industry.
The Green Hydrogen Alliance (GHA), an independent business group comprising leading companies in the green hydrogen sector, officially launched on July 4, 2023.
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Masdar, a leading clean energy company based in Abu Dhabi, has signed an agreement with Airbus, Europe’s largest aeronautics and space company, to support the development and growth of the global sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) market.
This was said by Christophe Arnold, the head of infrastructure for new energy at Airbus Zeroe, who was in Milan to attend the symposium on “Hydrogen and aviation” organized by Sea.
A new collaboration has been established by six international companies to develop zero-emission aircraft in New Zealand.
As part of Airbus’ goal to provide the first zero-emission commercial aircraft to the market by 2035, Nidec Leroy-Somer has signed an agreement to create an electric motor for its hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine prototype.
The ZEROe demonstrator, which seeks to put a zero-emission aircraft into service by 2035, will use the Fuel Cell Balance of Plant (BoP) technology that Woodward will supply in collaboration with Airbus.