Net Zero Airports: Ready for take-off?

With hydrogen-powered aircraft having taken to the skies, attention is turning to establishing airport infrastructure and technologies.

Although technologies destined to provide aircraft with the means to fly on clean energy are edging towards commercial viability, with test flights from both ZeroAvia and Universal Hydrogen having taken place in the early part of 2023, as with many sectors and end-uses of hydrogen, the aviation industry is calling for further onus on developing infrastructure to facilitate flight.

The sheer hub and spoke-based nature of airports forces the question of whether these locations could play an even more significant role in the development of the hydrogen industry.

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