Expanded Potential Seen For Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Propulsion

GKN study suggests hyperconducting hydrogen-electric propulsion could power larger regional aircraft.
Credit: GKN Aerospace
As startups advance zero-emission hydrogen fuel-cell propulsion toward production by the mid-2020s for aircraft with up to 50 seats, a UK research program is indicating the technology’s potential to power regional airliners with 100 seats. The GKN Aerospace-led H2GEAR project has completed its first...

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