Japan’s KHI Partners With Airbus On Hydrogen

Air Liquide
Airbus is partnering with airlines, airports and hydrogen producers in pursuit of zero-emission commercial aviation.
Credit: Air Liquide
Airbus continues to fill out its roster of partners with which to prepare and advocate for the deployment of hydrogen-fueled commercial aircraft. The latest to join is Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), a leading producer of hydrogen in Japan. Under its ZEROe initiative to field a zero-emission...
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