A U.S./UK startup is pursuing the use of hydrogen fuel cells as a potential answer for sustainable regional aviation. ZeroAvia is developing a power train it hopes to offer as an optional powerplant for new-generation 19-seat regional aircraft, with a target of flying customers on the first zero-emission flights in 2022. The aim is to provide green propulsion with the same performance as a conventional aircraft engine and much lower operating costs. The company is led by green tech ...

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