ZeroAvia Buys More Fuel Cells For Hydrogen Propulsion Development
Hydrogen propulsion startup ZeroAvia has ordered additional fuel-cell systems from Sweden’s PowerCell. The MS-100 fuel cells will be used in the 600-kW hydrogen-electric power train that ZeroAvia is developing for retrofit to 19-passenger regional aircraft. The latest order is worth SEK 7.4 million...
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