LONDON—ZeroAvia, a startup investigating the use of hydrogen fuel cells for sustainable green aviation, has secured a £2.7 million ($3.3 million) research grant from the British government. The U.S./UK company is developing a powertrain which it hopes to offer as an optional powerplant for new-generation 19-20 seat regional aircraft. It is already flight testing a Piper Malibu Mirage light aircraft in California with the piston engine replaced by a pair of 130-kW electric ...

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