ZeroAvia Targets Nordic Hydrogen Supply

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Countries in the Nordic region have already set targets to eliminate emissions from domestic flights.
Credit: ZeroAvia
As it begins flight testing its hydrogen-electric powertrain, startup ZeroAvia is moving to ensure that a fuel new to aviation will be available when customers begin to fly their modified aircraft. The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with Nordic energy company Fortum to explore...
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