UK Startup Teams With University On Electric Propulsion JV

A UK joint venture will develop propulsion system for planned H2ERA hybrid hydrogen-powered regional airliner.
Credit: Electric Aircraft Group
UK startup Electric Aircraft Group (EAG) and the University of Nottingham (UoN) plan to establish a joint venture (JV) to develop megawatt-class electric propulsion systems. The collaboration will support plans by EAG to develop a 90-seat hydrogen hybrid-electric regional aircraft for entry into...
Graham Warwick

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