GKN-Led Project Developing Cryogenic Electric Propulsion

The UK’s H2GEAR project is developing a hybrid hydrogen and electric propulsion system for a zero-emission subregional airliner
Credit: GKN Aerospace
A UK-funded research program is developing a hybrid hydrogen and electric propulsion architecture that could offer a stepwise approach to introducing cryogenic and superconducting technology while easing the path to certification of the technology. The Hybrid Hydrogen & Electric Architecture (H2GEAR...

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