The formal proposal for a 10-year, €4.05 billion ($5.2 billion) follow-on to Europe’s Clean Sky civil aviation research program has been unveiled by the European Commission (EC). Draft regulations for the investment packages for Clean Sky 2 and similar public-private joint technology initiatives (JTIs) in four other industry sectors will now go to the European Parliament and European Council for approval. Objectives of Clean Sky 2 include reducing carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and ...
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