Germany’s DLR Lays Out Emission-Free Aviation Strategy

DLR has exploring electric aircraft concepts, including this fuel-cell-powered design, and technologies under the Exact project.
Credit: DLR
The energy requirements of future aircraft must be reduced by at least half by 2050 if aviation is to achieve the goal of net-zero carbon emissions by mid-century, according to a new aviation strategy adopted by German national aviation research agency DLR. High-efficient aircraft configurations, an...
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