AAM On The Ground: Electrical Need And Supply, Part 3

Beta Technologies Alia-250
The Alia-250 will be able to charge in less than an hour, says Beta Technologies
Credit: Beta Technologies
AAM infrastructure will require continuous electrical supply and capacity to support regular operations by battery-powered aircraft, demands that could recalibrate FBO relationships with utility companies and nearby communities sharing the power grid. The number of chargers the grid can support is...

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