H2Gear Hybrid-Electric Propulsion May Benefit Larger Aircraft, GKN Says
LONDON—GKN Aerospace says confidence is growing around its hybrid, hydrogen-electric aerospace propulsion solution the company is pursuing as part of its UK government-backed H2Gear research and technology project. Early engineering work on the propulsion system has demonstrated that its storage...
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