Airbus, JetBlue Back Zero-Emission Startup Universal Hydrogen

Hydrogen will be transported to airports and loaded onto fuel-cell-powered airliners using modular capsules.
Credit: Universal Hydrogen
Zero-emissions propulsion startup Universal Hydrogen has raised $20.5 million in Series A funding from investors including the venture arms of Airbus, JetBlue Airways and Toyota. The funding will allow the company to complete a 2-megawatt fuel-cell powertrain and test both gaseous and liquid...

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