ZeroAvia Readies For Hydrogen-Electric Test Flights

NanoSun is developing a mobile hydrogen refueling station to support ZeroAvia’s flight tests.
Credit: NanoSun
As ZeroAvia prepares to fly its modified Dornier 228 hydrogen-electric propulsion system testbed, details of the mobile refueling system that will support flight testing are emerging. Development of the zero-emission power train is being supported by the UK government under the HyFlyer II program...

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