UK Funds Zero-Emission Airport Studies

The UK’s NanoSUN is working with ZeroAvia on a gaseous-hydrogen refueling vehicle.
Credit: NanoSUN
Modeling future demand for electricity and hydrogen and ensuring safe airport handling are key focuses of 15 research projects awarded a total of £3 million ($4 million) in UK government funding. The projects have been selected to each receive grants up to £50,000 under the UK Transport Department’s...

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