H55 Secures Funds To Certify Electric Propulsion System

H55 is targeting the electric flight trainer market initially, beginning with BRM Aero’s Bristell Energic.
Credit: H55
Swiss startup H55 has secured CHF20 million ($22.5 million) of investor funding to complete certification of its electric propulsion system. Planned for certification in 2021, the first product is aimed at electric training aircraft. Aircraft powered by H55 are planned to enter service in 2022. The...
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