Rolls-Royce Backs German Hybrid-Electric Development Center

Rolls-Royce is working with Germany’s APUS to develop the i-5 hybrid- and hydrogen-electric flight demonstrator.
Credit: APUS Zero Emission
As Rolls-Royce continues its push into electrified propulsion, the engine maker has signed an agreement to establish facilities in Germany for developing, testing and producing hybrid-electric power trains. The company has signed a MOU with the state government of Brandenburg and the German federal...

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