U.S. DOE To Pump $55M Into Electric Propulsion Technology

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WASHINGTON—ARPA-E, the U.S. Energy Department’s (DOE) DARPA-inspired advanced research projects agency, has launched two programs to develop propulsion technology for all-electric, 150-200-seat narrowbody airliners. With the stated goal of developing enabling technologies for Boeing 737-class...

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