Deutsche Aircraft, H2Fly Partner On Fuel-Cell Dornier 328

A pair of 1.5-megawatt hydrogen-electric propulsion systems would replace the Dornier 328’s turboprop engines.
Credit: Deutsche Aircraft
While it works to restart production of the Dornier 328, Deutsche Aircraft has partnered with German hydrogen propulsion specialist H2Fly to demonstrate a zero-emission, fuel-cell-powered version of the regional turboprop. The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to convert...

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