ZeroAvia Tests Fuel Cell That Could Power Large Regional Aircraft
ZeroAvia has tested a hydrogen fuel cell that promises to be powerful enough for use in propulsion systems for regional aircraft with up to 80 seats. The pressurized, high-temperature proton exchange membrane system demonstrated a specific power of 2.5 kW/kg at the cell level. The startup says this...
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